The good news is that heart disease is largely preventable. There is no single cause for heart disease, but there are risk factors that increase your chance of developing it. Non-modifiable risk factors increasing age having family history of heart disease Modifiable risk factors smoking - both active smoking and being expos ..
Research in the US have shown that tiny movements we make constantly – from fidgeting to toe tapping can really add up to big energy burners. Researchers refer to these tiny incidental activities as “NEAT”, which stands for “Non-Exercise Activity Thermogenesis”, and over time they really can make a huge differe ..
You have been so great about your new exercise routine, rarely missing a day since you started up again. Then all of a sudden you are waylaid by a cold or flu. What should you do? Should you skip the treadmill or forsake that 10 minutes of Vibration (http://www.cardiotech.com.au/vibration-machines/index.html) for a late afternoon nap? Will ..
Duncan Armstrong came in to Head Office today to meeting with our marketing girls... exciting times ahead for CardioTech!! ..
Each year there seems to be more and more types of Easter eggs, chocolates and baked goods available to celebrate Easter. There is plenty of temptation but the key is moderation and making healthy choices. If you treat yourself to chocolate and Hot Cross buns, remember not to over indulge, and remind yourself that you will pay for it when your ..
The key to reaping the rewards from any exercise program is maintaining the activity in the long term – it needs to become habitual. If you’ve managed to take the first step to “start” an exercise program, the next question becomes how do you “maintain” the flow into the future? The answer is multi-factorial and the goal of the following is to ..