Exercise & Sports Performance

  1. Five sleep hacks to maximise performance

    Five sleep hacks to maximise performance

    Optimal performance requires great sleep. Whether you want to improve energy levels, power your workout, or improve cognition; prioritising sleep is a game changer.
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  2. The healing effects of grounding and earthing on the body

    The healing effects of grounding and earthing on the body

    Did you know that grounding, aka bodily contact with the earth helps to reduce inflammation and stress, improve sleep, blood circulation and antioxidant levels in the body?
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  3. The science of sauna use

    The science of sauna use

    Using a sauna is more than a leisure activity, it can help with cardiovascular health, inflammation reduction, athletic performance and cognitive function.
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  4. 5 supplements to supercharge your workout

    5 supplements to supercharge your workout

    Looking for some extra fitness motivation? We cover 5 supplements to supercharge your energy levels, support muscle recovery and help you get the most from your workout.
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  5. How exercise helps your brain, memory and cognitive ability

    How exercise helps your brain, memory and cognitive ability

    Exercise has been shown provide neuroprotective and mental health benefits, and enhances the growth of new brain cells to aid memory and concentration
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  6. How do I achieve all day energy?

    How do I achieve all day energy?

    Having good energy throughout the day has an impact on everything you do. This includes your cognitive focus, your interactions with people and your ability to train well.
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  7. Collagen for injury

    Collagen for injury

    Injuries happen. Along with physical rehab there are a few things you can do nutritionally to speed up the healing process.
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  8. What you need to know about inversion therapy

    What you need to know about inversion therapy

    This type of therapy has has been shown to be very good for the body for a number of reasons. Inversion therapy basically means hanging or standing upside down.
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