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Cervicogenic Headache and Migraine

Cervicogenic Headache and Migraine

Headaches affect up to 50% of the population at some stage in their lives. At least 20% of all headaches and migraines can be attributed to the neck and some studies show this number may be significantly higher. What is a cervicogenic headache? A cervicogenic headache...

3 Hamstring Exercises Every Athlete Should Be Doing

3 Hamstring Exercises Every Athlete Should Be Doing

We show you the best 3 hamstring exercises to improve strength, speed and prevent injury. In our latest video, Jin Su Jung, one of Australia's top sprinters with a PB of 10.27, demonstrates our top 3 hamstring exercises to develop strength, speed and most importantly,...

Shoulder pain and rotator cuff injuries

The important stuff you need to know about rotator cuff injuries. The rotator cuff is a very important group of four small muscles (supraspinatus, infraspinatus, subscapularis & teres minor) that connect the upper arm to the shoulder blade (see image). Their main...

Get strong arches!

Get strong arches!

Build strong feet with these 2 exercises. Sitting or standing, push toes down into the floor so your arch raises slightly. Keep you heel on the ground. Hold for 10 seconds and repeat x 5 each foot. Calf raises with band around ankles. Raise up onto your toes whilst...