RUN FOREST RUN

By Sarah Antico | Exercise Physiologist​With the running season fast approaching, now is the optimal time to consider how best to approach the race of your choice. It is easy to get caught up in the buzz of training, especially if it’s your first big race so here are...

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Putting Research Into Your Rehab – Patellar Tendinopathy

​One of the most common injuries suffered by athletes and gym-goers is tendinopathy, more commonly known as tendinitis, however this term is technically incorrect as 'itis' means inflammation and this is not thought to play a big role in most tendon issues....

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Don’t let your pain free dysfunction turn into injury

In our first Video Blog find out from MTP Founder Luke Kane, what makes Move Train Perform different to other physical therapy practices and how understanding your movement roadblocks can improve your performance and reduce your risk of injury.

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The single most important movement CrossFit…

Q: What is the most important movement in CrossFit/Weightlifting/Sports/Life.....? Not the squat.Not the deadlift.Not the clean.Not the snatch.Not the swing.Not a box jump.Not kipping.... ​ None of these are the most important movement in CrossFit or in any form of...

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The most important meal of the day!

By Rebecca Chin - MTP Dietitian We all know breakfast is the most important meal of the day because it kickstarts our metabolism and provides us with the energy we need to focus and concentrate throughout the day– nothing new here. However, a key nutrient many of us...

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MANAGING DELAYED ONSET MUSCLE SORENESS (DOMS)

By Angela Hills, Sports and Remedial Massage Therapist.  For some of us this time of year signifies the start  (or end) of the Crossfit season. For others it marks the start of another sporting season, possibly soccer, AFL, rugby, netball, hockey or one of the many...

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EXPERIMENTS IN THE KITCHEN: CAULIFLOWER RICE

MTP Sports Dietitian Juliana Lisboa's newest series of articles as she aims to challenge herself and try new things in the kitchen.  I may have mentioned this before, but for those who missed it, I’m not a very skilled cook. In a weird way, it makes eating healthy...

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Plantar Fasciitis: What is it, and how can it be treated?

By Angela Hills, Sports and Remedial Massage Therapist What is Plantar Fasciitis? As a massage therapist, I am commonly presented with people who complain of sore feet. This complaint can sometimes develop into a chronic condition called plantar fasciitis. Plantar...

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