The body of evidence supporting the use of exercise as an adjunct therapy in cancer management is continually growing, and it is something we really care about! With so much information around, the questions continue to build, so let us explain why it is so important to consider exercise at every stage of cancer management.
Exercise for Rehabilitation & Health has been there since the beginning of the first Life! Program in Victoria over a decade ago and continues to lead and train the health professionals that deliver the program all across the state. Today we're sharing 60 seconds and 3 questions with one of the health professionals that pioneered the program, Nicole French.
Over the past six blogs, we’ve explored a number of different topics in the area of persistent pain. As you can tell, it is a very complex area of discussion and there is far more on this than we’ve spoken about these past few weeks. Today we are tying it together. What now? What kind of exercise should we engage in? Where should we start? Let’s have a looksee.
Posture. Is there a posture that is the best for us? Is there one that is the worst for us? It depends! Too much of a good thing can still be too much!
Coles might have won the great supermarket collectables war with its Little Shop toy giveaway but parents say the level of pestering from children was unprecedented. Find the full scoop on the awards here.
When completing tasks, there are easier and harder ways to perform them. We also need to learn how to perform these movements, and then practice these movements to become better at them. From here we can increase the complexity of the task in different ways. This is the principle of Progressive Overload. Tying this in with our ability to adapt, we can accomplish amazing things!