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26/04/2019
Elderly man working on his medical rehabilitation with female physician at a fitness centre

The Foot Tripod

When learning and performing corrective and strength exercises, it is easy to get lost in all the technical points and cues that you can be told. If we are looking at lower limb exercises in particular, you could hear people tell you to pull your knee out, push your knee in, keep your hips back, bring your knee forward, keep your pelvis square and the list goes on.
08/04/2019

Youth Athletic Development Program

The demands of competition and skill based training on a young athlete are growing each year. It is not unusual to hear of a 14 year old playing multiple sports, training everyday and competing on both Saturdays and Sundays all year round. While it is great to see our youth so physically active, it doesn’t come without consequence if they are not exposed to the necessary guidance in their athletic development.
08/01/2019

Aspire Academy

ARE YOU A YOUNG ATHLETE AGED 14 – 18 LOOKING TO TAKE YOUR SPORTING PERFORMANCE TO THE NEXT LEVEL?  ARE YOU LOOKING TO MOVE FASTER, JUMP […]
15/06/2018

Top Tips for Office Workers

Top 3 Exercises for Office Workers Do you work at a computer all day? Are you sitting for long periods of time without changing your posture? […]
13/06/2018

Introduction to Yoga with Zoe

With Zoe Bauer The word ‘Yoga’ is derived from the Sanskrit root meaning to bind or join, and so in the truest sense of the word, […]
11/05/2018

Exercise Prescription in Oncology and Cancer Care

In our field the release of any medical guidelines encouraging exercise prescription as part of a patients treatment plan is really exciting, as on the whole […]
30/04/2018

Move It In May

Move it in May with Arthritis Queensland and Aspire Here at Aspire we are so pleased to be able to partner with Arthritis Queensland for their […]
13/12/2017

Hamstring Rehabilitation

Hamstrings and the Nordboard – with Sports Physiotherapist Shane Lemcke & Accredited Exercise Physiologist Huw Darnell Hamstring injuries are among the most common injuries sustained in […]
16/10/2017

Chronic Disease Management Plans

Exercise Physiology with a CDM Plan Medicare’s chronic disease management plan (CDM) is designed to support individuals to manage chronic diseases and/or musculoskeletal injuries. A CDM […]
25/09/2017

Rowing Flexibility

– with Sports Physiotherapist Ivan Hooper Over the next few months, rowers both young and old will be increasing their early morning training. Schoolboy rowing will […]
13/09/2017

Maximise your Mobility – *New Group Program*

– with Accredited Exercise Physiologist Huw Darnell At Aspire we believe that everyone should be able to move their body to the best of its ability […]