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Prioritising healthy habits is something more of us should do, however finding a happy balance will help with the chaos of the holidays.
Habit: usual way of behaviour or a tendency that someone has settled into.
Whether it’s our morning routine or our night time bed routine that we can’t go to bed until all steps are followed, habits are regular activities done in the same place, same time and with the same people. We are all creatures of habit.
When we are in pain sometimes movement or exercise is the last thing we want to do, however exercise and movement are some of the fundamental aspects in management for persistent pain.
Exercise has been proven to improve post surgery recovery, or any recovery for that matter, reduce side effects for conditions such as diabetes, cancer, heart attacks, and some neurological conditions.
As exercise can improve function, wellbeing and pain levels.
Fitness Industry Pathways: The fitness industry is set to continue to grow and expand.
Sport holds a unique place in Australian society. It celebrates our values of equality, fairness and participation and helps build social connection and cohesion.
So, Is racism in sport an issue in Australia?