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The 8-Week Beginner’s Guide. Stockbyte This training guide is designed to get you to the point where you can run 30 minutes (about two miles) at a slow, relaxed pace.

The 8-Week Beginner’s Guide

It’s a simple, progressive program that begins with more walking than running, and gradually evolves into more running than walking. Once you are able to run two miles nonstop, you can decide on your next goal. You might simply want to continue running two miles at a time, three or four days per week. The truth about exercise and weight loss - sport and fitness. Untitled. You know it’s important to develop referral relationships with doctors and health professionals, but it can be hard to know where to start.


Fitness Australia has created a Referral Kit to help you navigate the Allied Health system. Fitness Australia’s Referral Kit has been developed through extensive consultation with fitness service providers, General Practitioners, Sports Physicians, Physiotherapists, Exercise Physiologists and other health professionals. It’s full of practical advice to help you establish and grow a referral network with likeminded health professionals. Exercising When You Have High Blood Pressure. Making exercise a habit can help lower your blood pressure.

Exercising When You Have High Blood Pressure

It also gives you more energy, and it's a great way to ease stress and feel better. Check in with your doctor first if you're not already active now. They'll make sure you're ready for exercise. Untitled. Fitness stations - Transport Canberra and City Services. Sports Medicine Australia. New pre screening. Adult Pre-exercise Screening System. The new Adult Pre-exercise Screening System (APSS), was developed by a technical committee with membership from ESSA, Fitness Australia and Sports Medicine Australia (SMA).

Adult Pre-exercise Screening System

Professor Kevin Norton chaired the committee and the APSS was launched in March 2012 with a series of forums organised by Fitness Australia and conducted around Australia. ESSA was represented at these forums and presented on the application of the APSS. The APSS is now accepted as the industry standard pre-exercise screening system. All the relevant details of the screening tool are provided on this page.