Longevity has four established gym-based locations in Edgecliff, Lindfield, Marrickville and Randwick but our Allied Health Practitioners can also come and visit you! If you are in the Eastern Suburbs, Inner west or Northshore our Exercise Physiology home visit service could be ideal for your health and treatment needs. A home visit can be a…

Longevity Exercise Physiology Edgecliff, Lindfield, Marrickville and Randwick have been servicing NDIS clients, however with the recent changes, you or someone you know may be able to utilise Longevity’s services. The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) provides funding for supports and services for Australians aged under 65, who have permanent and significant disability.   What…

Following on from the blog on ‘What is a Clinical Exercise Physiologist?’, today we will discuss what to expect during an Exercise Physiology session/s at Longevity Edgecliff, Lindfield, Marrickville or Randwick.   Getting Started   Whether you have a referral from another professional, are a private client, have heard about us through word of mouth,…

There are many varying health professionals that Australians can utilize when they are diagnosed with an acute or chronic condition, injury and/or simply want to improve their daily living. Some of these include; Physiotherapist’s, Chiropractors, Osteopaths, Occupational therapists, Dietitians, Psychologists and your General Practitioner. Exercise Physiologists (EP) are also accredited as Allied Health Professionals and…

At Longevity Exercise Physiology Edgecliff, Lindfield, Marrickville and Randwick, our Exercise Physiologists see a number of patients of all ages with hip pain. If you are experiencing hip pain, it may be worthwhile re-thinking your treatment plan. Read the full blog to gain a better understanding of how Longevity Exercise Physiology can help you. Hip…

Over the past year Longevity Personal Training and Exercise Physiology has grown dramatically. We have opened two new locations in Marrickville and Randwick with our new Exercise Physiologist, Dylan Furey beginning to treat clients there and have continued to grow our more established locations at Edgecliff and Lindfield.   Due to this continued growth we now have our Exercise…

Longevity Exercise Physiology at Edgecliff, Lindfield, Marrickville and Randwick encourage everyone to move more, increasing their NEAT for better health outcomes. Last week’s blog we gave you the Physical Activity Guidelines. Did you meet the guidelines? Furthermore NEAT will help you to expend more energy. What is NEAT? Non-Exercise Activity Thermogenesis Thermogenesis is the process…

Longevity Exercise Physiology Edgecliff, Lindfield, Marrickville and Randwick introduce Ashleigh Mead, another Accredited Exercise Physiologist to join the Edgecliff team. Ashleigh loves sport. She grew up participating in a huge variety of activities including, dance, gymnastics, swimming, cross country and tennis. At her high school, St Clare’s College, Waverley, Ashleigh was known for her sporting…

Longevity Personal Training and Exercise Physiology Edgecliff, Lindfield, Marrickville and Randwick care about their members and encourage each and everyone of them to do more outside of their sessions to meet the physical activity guidelines and to better improve their health.   Did you know that more than half of all Australian adults do less…

At Longevity Exercise Physiology Edgecliff, Lindfield, Marrickville and Randwick, our Exercise Physiologists and Exercise Scientists pride themselves on practicing what they preach. Read today’s story on Longevity’s trainer, Mitchell Hooper who is in his final year of his Masters of Exercise Physiology at the University of Sydney, compete in a weightlifting competition.   On the…

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