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Common Roadblocks When Treating Knee Pain

By MTP Health | 17 December 2020

How To Continue Progressing With Knee Pain We’ve all experienced a roadblock at some stage in our life. It’s that inevitable thing that happens to stop you from feeling like your making progress & instead keeping you down in the dumps about your ability to move forward. What we realise at MTP is that it…

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The Importance Of Glute Strength

By MTP Health | 17 December 2020

Life Is Lived Through Movement Glute strength will be your best friend! The muscles that surround your hips and pelvis are collectively known as the gluteals or “glutes”. These muscles are essential for everyday movements including walking, running, jumping, and stair climbing. The pelvis is an inherently stable joint and everything in the body moves relative to it…

A Brief Guide to Managing Pain [Flare Ups]

By MTP Health | 16 December 2020

In this article, we want to address two of the biggest factors that affect someone’s progress when it comes to knee pain. We are going to use the example of osteoarthritis for sake of ease here, but the principles are the same for any condition. Everything in the article is aimed to be as practical…

Movement Is Medicine

By MTP Health | 16 December 2020

Note: When it comes to managing chronic conditions education has been shown to the most effective form of treatment. This is an example of the kind of welcome that we send out to every person that starts up with our programs at MTP Health. It represents the best kind of information that we have to…

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Improving Your Mobility 101 [All About CARs]

By wsladmin | 27 August 2020

“Nothing Happens Until Something Moves” – Albert Einstein Have you ever wondered what you need to be doing each and every day to improve your mobility and flexibility? Do you think working on your mobility is something you should do more of? Would you like to have a simple set of exercises that can go…

If You Suffer From Knee Pain OR Hip Pain, Here Are 6 Science Backed Exercises to Kill It

By wsladmin | 16 August 2020

Comprehensive research has shown that over 1/3 of the population will develop knee pain and or Osteoarthritis at some stage in their lifetime.   In our complete article series, we showed why this is the case, going deep into exactly what causes Osteoarthritis and associated knee pain.   At MTP Health, we specialise in helping…

Anatomical Breakdown [Runners Mobility Routine]

By wsladmin | 26 June 2020

  This routine is a fantastic full-body routine that can be done before or after a run. It is designed to release the tight spots that most commonly limit runners, while also strengthening key areas that are often neglected. To understand the general theory behind these exercises we recommend watching this video, which we created…

FAQ: Will I Have To See You Forever?

By wsladmin | 25 June 2020

  FAQ: Do I Need To Keep Seeing You Forever To Get The Best Outcome? Absolutely not, as Luke talks about in the video above, our aim with all the programs that we run at MTP Health is to create programs that focus on the best long term result. While most people find that they…

Supermums! The unsung heroes of the Commonwealth Games

By wsladmin | 4 June 2020

By Sarah Antico​The Commonwealth Games, like most sporting competitions, is a public forum for athletes to compete for their dreams. It an event where it doesn’t matter how you got there or who you are outside of your chosen sport, but rather what you do on that track/pool/field/pitch/court that counts. At MTP Health, we often hear…

What Weight Should I Be Using? [Estimated Reps To Failure A Guide to Optimal Training]

By wsladmin | 31 May 2020

Predicting Intensity of Resistance Training Question: “How does that weight feel?” This is a frequent question you will hear our practitioners asking. If the weight is too easy for certain exercises it means the intensity of effort will be too low, and consequently the adaptation you are trying to achieve will suffer. Intensity is one…