Entries by Esther Toh

How to manage lapse?

Christmas almost here like literally 2 days away. This would be my last blog for the year. We all have so many Christmas parties and maybe holidays this time of the year. What do you do when you get so caught up with it like especially when you are eating well and being physical active? […]

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)

What is PCOS? And why am I mentioning it? Let’s define what it is? This is from the Better Health Channel web: Polycystic ovary syndrome (or polycystic ovarian syndrome – PCOS) is a complex hormonal condition. Polycystic literally translates as many cysts. This really refers to there being many partially formed follicles on the ovaries, […]

Kinetic Link Training

What’s the difference between my method of training and other trainers? This is the question I have been asked all the time from new clienteles. 2-years ago, I attended this workshop runs by Wayne Rogers, a sports physiotherapist. In the workshop, it covered: * The very latest strength and conditioning principles in relation to functional resistance […]

Abdominal Separation or Diastasis Recti

A good read up. I am very lucky I don’t have this after having my lil one. An Accredited Exercise Physiologist or a Women’s Health Physiotherapist could help you to regain your fitness and strength through safe exercise. http://exerciseright.com.au/abdominal-separation/  

What is an Exercise Physiologist?

What is the difference between an Exercise Physiologist vs. Physiotherapist vs. Personal Trainer? This is a common question that I have been constantly asked by the patients and in general for people who wanted to know. According to Exercise & Sports Science Australia (ESSA): Exercise physiology and physiotherapy are both recognised allied health professions. Exercise physiologists primarily […]

Pelvic Floor and Exercise – Part 2

I have received an email from a physio who specialised in this and pointed out to me some important information about my last week post. I’d the feeling I will hear from her. So, thank you for your feedback. I just wanted to clarify, the post it’s about me and in general how long it […]

Pelvic Floor and Exercise – Part 1

I came across most mums would love to start some sort of an exercise regime as soon as they got an all cleared from their GPs, that is at 6-weeks mark. I am one of them. As a mum to a 2-year old and also an aged group triathlete, I can’t wait to get back into training and hope to race […]