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PXP Healthcare? Performance? Fitness?… and the dividing line.

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At PXP we are an Exercise Physiology clinic. This means in Australia that our Accredited Exercise Physiologists (AEPs) are allied health professionals (1). In this article I want to elaborate…
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Kids and Strength Training – What Do I Need to Know?

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When you think of kids exercising, what comes to mind? Running around, kicking a ball or playing on the playground are often the first things we associate with children and…
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DOMS is experienced by everyone who exercises, but what is it?

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Delayed Onset of Muscle Soreness  Have you ever experienced pain in your muscles after exercise the next 2-3 days? Then the soreness slowly reduces over the next following days? This…

HIIT for Health – Can High Intensity Interval Training Help with your Chronic Health Condition?

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Half of all Australians are currently living with at least one chronic illness, defined as any health condition lasting longer than 3 months . This includes asthma, arthritis, cancer, chronic…

Back Pain – The helpful and the not so helpful

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  Backpain is one of the leading causes of disability world wide. It also does not discriminate, it can occur in all age groups. There are types of back pain…

Osteoporosis and exercise, is it safe?

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What is Osteoporosis? Osteoporosis is a decline of bone mineral density (BMD), which is the strength and thickness of our bones. This decline increases an individual’s susceptibility to fracture. The…