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What Is What?!

I often get asked questions like...what are tendons, what are ligaments, what do they do? Within this blog you will find a range of answers to those exact types of questions. If you ever feel curious about something body and human movement related please never...

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Head Aches & Neck Pain!

Head Aches & Neck Pain!

Headaches can affect up to 60% of Australians; they can be debilitating and affect productivity. What causes them and how can we treat them? I’m going to classify headaches into 8 main categories  Headaches associated with illness (respiratory infections, allergies,...

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Dry Needling

Dry Needling

WHAT IS DRY NEEDLING? Dry needling uses small sterile acupuncture needles to relax those tight and stiff parts of your muscle, often known as “knots”. Technically the needle is releasing whats known as your myofascial trigger points. Dry Needling is not the same as...

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Sore Groin? Bad Hips?

Sore Groin? Bad Hips?

Have you been increasing your running distances lately? Starting to test your body with the amount of weight you can lift? Introducing new types of training into your routine? Getting back into training for the first time in a while? OR simply for the first time?...

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Pain When You Deadlift?

Pain When You Deadlift?

All exercises have the ability to hurt your back, however the deadlift is often the primary culprit when it comes to gym exercises - besides when people decide performing squats, pushups, bicep curls and backflips all at the same time on a Bosu ball is a good idea...

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When Should You Visit Your Physiotherapist?

When Should You Visit Your Physiotherapist?

You’ve only got one body, so why don't you start taking care and listening to it the way you should be. A physiotherapist is a bodies best friend, they have the ability to help us reach our personal optimal level of functioning - no matter age or previous issues....

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Muscle Soreness

Muscle Soreness

New to BeFit? Starting to push yourself to training limits you have not done previously? You may experience waking up the next morning feeling like you've aged 40 years, with achey muscles that leave simple tasks like sitting down seemingly impossible. This is normal!...

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