Most of us are familiar with the word “Pilates” and no doubt images of impossible holds, awkward positions and rubber-band like flexibility spring to mind. Pilates has fast become one of the most popular ways to exercise the world over, spreading through gyms, community centres and sports groups like wild fire. But did you know […]
Athletes and physically active people that train hard, a few or more times a week put a lot of stress through the body’s muscles, joints, ligaments and tendons. That’s why it is essential that we have an adequate recovery between our sessions, whether they be cardio, strength or rehabilitation exercises prescribed by our practitioners. We […]
Full Services and Pricing List Living Holistic Health is a nutritional medicine clinic now open at Revolution. Living Holistic Health is owned and operated by Adrian Stone, BHSc (Nutritional Medicine). Adrian is a Nutritionist, who embraces naturopathic principles of health and wellbeing. He specialises in; Naturopathic Health Assessments – using HemaviewTM Live Blood Screening and […]
A lot of people presume that one needs to have something close to superhuman athletic ability in order to compete in a triathlon. This is a complete fallacy. Finishing a triathlon is something that is completely attainable by anyone who has the patience and discipline to properly prepare themselves for the main event. Here are […]
This is the first instalment in my blog series ‘Know what you’re eating’ where we will be investigating commonly occurring additives and ingredients that appear in many of the foods we eat today. First up I have chosen Inulin. Inulin is a carbohydrate that belongs to a class of compounds known as fructans (Fructans are […]
Have you been training for a while and ever noticed a plateau in your performance? There is definitely science behind constantly improving your performance. Exercise training is an adaptive process. The body will adapt to the stress of exercise with increased fitness if the stress is above minimum threshold intensity. Therefore you cannot just go for a 20 min job 3 times a week for a few months and expect to see an improvement.