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  • The substantial research behind the benefits of exercise for general health and wellbeing in healthy populations right through to quality of life in end stage clinical populations has been well established. Guidelines have been set for many populations and people with a disability are no exception. Unfortunately, a significant majority are insufficiently active when it […]

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  • Osgood schlatters is a condition most feared by growing athletes. Its diagnosis is often vague with no real direction for the athlete other than rest and waiting. It can be extremely painful and debilitating for young athletes. Firstly, Osgood Schlatters is pain on the tibial tuberosity of the knee and is related to the development […]

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  • Training Considerations for Obstacle Course Races

    By admin admin | In Education, News | on May 21, 2019

    About Obstacle Course Racing Obstacle course racing (OCR) has gained significant popularity over the past decade. Records date back to the appearance in Ancient Greek times right through to current use in the military for training and war preparation. Nowadays, professional obstacle course racers take to courses in the forms of True Grit, Tough Mudder, […]

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  • Injury Prevention for Athletes with a Disability

    By admin admin | In Education, News | on April 10, 2019

    With the recent Invictus and Para-Commonwealth Games in 2018, an ever-growing light has shifted towards viewership of disability sport. Names like Kurt Fearnly, Dylan Alcott, and Brendan Hall have risen to be somewhat household names in the world of Australian para-sport. This focus and augmented popularity at the elite level has aided the promotion of […]

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  • What is the NDIS? Since July 2016, the NDIS has commenced its rollout across the state. The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) aims to provide individualized support for people with a disability, carers and families through funding for supports and services. 4.3 million Australians have a disability and the NDIS hopes to cover approximately 460 […]

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  • ADVANCED EXERCISE SELECTION FOR THE SHOULDER

    By starttraining | In Education, News | on August 7, 2018

    Advanced Exercise Selection for the Shoulder We are taking enrolments for our ESSA Accredited course “Advanced Exercise Selection for the Shoulder”. Course schedule Location: START Training, 4/24 Finsbury St, Newmarket, Brisbane,  QLD Date: 13 April 2019 15 June 2019 Special information required: Walking distance to Wilston train station. Parking available (no cost) on street. CPD Points 7.5 Cost Early Bird […]

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  • SEMINAR Track and Field

    By starttraining | In Education, News | on May 10, 2018

    We have two up and coming seminars run by Commonwealth Games Athlete and Accredited Exercise Physiologist, Lisa Campbell. These seminars are education based and are aimed at anyone interested in learning how to program for runners/track and field athletes. Please see the details below: Seminar 1: Saturday 7th July– 9-11am Overload and growth related injuries in […]

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  • Non specific medial knee pain is a fairly common ailment experienced by a wide variety of clientele. We find that there are a few distinct differences when dealing with knee pain in general populations compared to when dealing with dancers. In general populations we find that medial knee pain is more likely to be related […]

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  • Talent Development – Lisa Campbell

    By starttraining | In Education, Exercises, News, Videos | on January 17, 2018

    Within athletic performance there are two main models for talent development; the deliberate practise model and talent recycling. It’s interesting that both can yield world class athletes, but what are the benefits and downfall of each? The deliberate practise model is based around the idea of early specialisation (Goncalves, Rama & Figueiredo, 2012). It specifically […]

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