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Chronic Kidney Disease

Chronic kidney disease involves the gradual decline of kidney function over time and is estimated to effect over 10% of Australian adults. Proper kidney function is essential because they assist in the regulation of blood pressure and bone mineral density as well as the removal of waste and toxins from the body.  Are you at risk?  The risk of chronic kidney disease is influenced by ...

TOPICS: Kidney

I Kieser to Keep Climbing

Client Name: Neil RitterCentre: Mont AlbertPrimary Instructor: Jade Van Oosterwijck  Neil Ritter has been a member at Kieser Mont Albert for over three years. Recently he had the opportunity to go on a trek of a lifetime and worked with his instructor to customise his training program to help achieve his goals. Here is his story:  “I originally joined Kieser in 2014 due to ...

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Strength training and the psyche

  Depression, anxiety and other mental health issues, which were once considered a stigma, are now being discussed more openly. With many celebrities opening up about their battle associated with depression, we are on the right track to gaining visibility and addressing problems with mental health. But what exactly do we know about depression? To most of us, depression means feeling low, but th...


Machine of the Month - H1

Keep Your Biceps Strong with the H1 The H1 isolates and strengthens the bicep muscles of the arms. While the H1 requires careful consideration to technique, the exercise can be extremely beneficial when performed correctly. The H1 flexes your arm at the elbow joint which is an action you perform countless times each day. Strengthening the bicep muscles is important as the bicep...

TOPICS: Machines

Strength training and metabolic activity

Metabolism refers to the constant change occurring within our bodies. The food that we consume on a daily basis reaches our intestines where it is broken down into its several components that are carried to various target organs where they are transformed, re-processed or absorbed. Metabolism is a permanent flow of energy and results in the creation of new cells. Each cell contains 1,000-2,000...


Strength Training for Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is an autoimmune disease of the central nervous system. It involves the destruction and inflammation of the myelin sheath surrounding nerve fibres. According to a recent survey, there were estimated to be 23,700 Australians with MS and of these, 11,400 (48%) had a profound or severe core-activity limitation. Roughly three times as many women have MS as men. ...

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