Sign up to any of the webinars below - they are open to all Kieser members, clients, friends and family!
Wednesday | 22nd September, 2021 | 6:30pm AEST
You will learn the science behind the concept of "10,000 steps a day" and the importance of walking and running. You will also hear from the team at Garmin to learn how peoples exercise habits have changed during the pandemic and learn what a smart watch actually does when it comes to tracking your workouts. If you are someone who tries to get their 10,000 steps in a day but want to learn more about why we should be walking then this is a webinar for you!
Tuesday | 28th September, 2021 | 6:30pm AEST
Join us for two fantastic presentations from Associate Professor Viki Kotsirilos and Neomal Silva on how to improve your wellbeing during difficult times! During the first half of the session, A/Proff Kotsirilos will discuss the research in lifestyle medicine and the importance of living well and staying well during a pandemic. Then, hear from stress management expert, Neomal Silva, as he discusses strategies and techniques to help you sleep better, feel calmer, lower your stress cortisol levels, and stay happy and engaged... even during a lockdown.
Thursday | 30th September, 2021 | 7:30pm AEST
Back pain is a huge problem in Australia - it affects 80% of us at some stage in our lifetime! Back pain can then inhibit muscle activation and cause us to modify our movement patterns and posture to avoid painful positions. This causes the important stabilising muscles to begin to weaken and atrophy, which can lead to back spasms and pain. It is this weakness that leaves us more susceptible to suffering recurring episodes of back pain and eventually chronic pain in what is known as the "cycle of deconditioning". It can be hard to know the right way to manage back pain with all of the options and opinions available out there. Where to even begin?! If you've got back pain, or want to avoid back pain, then this presentation is for you.
Thursday | 7th October, 2021 | 7:00pm AEST
Join one of Melbourne's most respected Sports Physicians, Dr Peter Larkins, as he gives us an insight into his experience with osteoarthritis, the most common treatment options and what we have learnt in the recent research.
Dr Larkins has over 40 years experience as a Sports and Exercise Physician and has treated patients from athletes to 80 year olds with the condition.