Well, it has been a while since we have done a blog, is it an indication of how crazy 2020 has been? For me personally 'these times' have been a time to reflect. 

Upon reflection I realised that the last 18 months haven't been ideal... To share some of my reflection 201...

February 8, 2020

During Heart Month here at Total Exercise Physiology we are urging you to understand the risk factors of heart disease and what actions you can take to help keep your heart healthy and strong.

Cardiovascular disease, heart disease and heart attack

One-fifth of Austral...

National Diabetes Week runs from 14-20 July and is a great opportunity to reflect on your current lifestyle habits and identify possible risk factors.

Did you know that the risk factors for Type 2 Diabetes include:

  • having a family history of Type 2 Diabetes

  • havi...

February 13, 2019

Smart eating doesn't have to be complicated, here are 3 tips for a healthier you.

1. Drink more water. Sounds simple but many of us aren’t drinking enough water each day. Here are the positives that a little H2O can bring to your day;

  • Water aids with digestion and he...

A Credentialled Diabetes Educator (CDE) is a University trained Health Professional who possesses comprehensive knowledge of and experience in pre-diabetes, diabetes prevention, and diabetes management.  CDE's provide high quality diabetes self-management education for...

December 7, 2018

Summer is already here! With record temperatures and fire season upon us, the heat is making it very hard for us to maintain our exercise levels.

Here are our top 3 tips for staying active in a safe way on those blistering hot days:

  1. Stay hydrated:

  • Drink plenty...

July 5, 2018

If you are a frequent visitor to our social media page you would have seen some posts of late in regards to something called "My Health for Life", this post is a reflection of what is like to run one of these awesome groups.

What is it?

My Health for Life is a Queensland...

June 7, 2018

We all seem to go a little slower over winter but is this best practice not only for those who seek a 'summer body' but for those of us who want healthy bodies all year round. 

It is common for us to have conversations with patients who struggle in the cold and dar...

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