Food is medicine
Alison Wright, our nutritional practitioner, discusses how food can help your mood and mental state with the Australian Good Food Guide. “One of the first things I noticed when I started to become more conscious of my nutrition was that my anxiety started to drop away and I felt happy and more content in my […]
Nutritional practitioner Alison Wright discusses ways to eat healthy during this lockdown period with the Australian Good Food Guide… “Taking care of yourself and the family during this stressful time is not as hard as you think. We asked Alimentary’s Alison Wright for her top five tips for heathy eating during lockdown; plus a delicious Winter soup […]
Guilt free brownies
Alison Wright’s (Nutritional practitioner) raw chocolate brownie recipe is the ideal treat for those moments in life when all you need is a chocolate fix. These delicious brownies are not only gluten and dairy-free, they are also high in fibre, rich in antioxidants and bursting with good fats. Dates are a natural sweetener packed full of nutritional […]
Rolling with the punches
Alison Wright, our nutritional practitioner has recently been on Tiffanee Cook’s podcast ‘Rolling with the punches’ discussing all things food….Check it out here: Podcast 1 Podcast 2 Also she has been contributing recipes to the Australian Good Food Guide, like this awesome blueberry breakfast smoothie: https://www.agfg.com.au/article/burst-into-breakfast-with-this-blueberry-smoothie-its-alimentary
Alison Wright discusses her path to better nutrition https://www.agfg.com.au/article/its-alimentary-we-talk-health-and-nutrition-with-alison-wright Alison recently featured in an article on Australian Good Food Guide and will be contributing recipes there in the coming months. Check out her first appearance there describing her path to better nutrition. “I thought it was perfectly normal to feel tired, anxious and wired all […]
Core focussed home training
Home stretching session
Check out the videos below for some ideas on both static and dynamic stretching. Stop if you experience any discomfort. Incorporating mobility work into a home based training program can be a great way to improve your movement and fitness without needing to have expensive equipment or make time to get to a gym.
Home body weight strength training
Looking for some ideas on how to do a quick and simple home exercise session without equipment? Here are some easy to follow videos that demonstrate some simple exercises. If you are unaccustomed to exercise perhaps consult with a medical professional before starting. Stop if you are experiencing any undue symptoms. However, if you are […]
Heath Williams on ergonomics.
Heath Williams of principle four osteopathy in Melbourne, and Corporate Work Health Australia (CWHA) discusses ergonomic principles and tips with Stevan Eskaf on the Challenge Podcast. “Your next posture is your best posture” is a great suggestion put forward regarding focus on regular movement and variable postures rather than staying in one position all day.
Training load management
‘Training load’ and managing your injury risk. ‘Training load’ refers to the cumulative effect of the amount of training you do and and at what intensity you train during those sessions. An interesting study examined the relationship between training load and injury risk and included athletes of all levels. There’s a link to the article below: […]