mums & bubs class

Mums & Bubs – Friday Fun Day Exercise Class

Join Healthquarters this Friday for our Mums & Bubs Friday Fun Day! Are you keen to exercise but stuck with the kids these school holidays? Bring them with you to a fun exercise class this Friday 9:30am – 10:30am on the netball courts at Willoughby Leisure Centre.

Bring along scooters, bikes, picnic rug, colouring books or something to entertain your kids. You’ll get to feel fit, fantastic and energised.

Afterwards, you can join us and the other mums and kids for a coffee, milkshake, juice, hot chocolate or whatever takes your fancy at the incinerator cafe.

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Places are limited.
First class free!

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fit mums

Fit mums have fewer problems

Fit mums have fewer problems. Exercise in pregnancy is not only good for mothers, it helps babies too, a new study has found.

Researchers, led by Dr Henry Wiebe from the University of Alberta, reviewed 28 clinical trials with more than 5322 women to assess the outcomes of exercise during pregnancy on both mothers and their babies.  They found that women who undertake supervised exercise put on less weight, have smaller babies and less chance of having a caesarean section. Women who are active put on one kilo less than women who do not exercise and have 31 percent less chance of having a large baby. Their chance of having a caesarean section delivery is reduced by 20 percent.

Is has also been found that women tend to cope better in labour, recover faster and be less exhausted if they exercise properly.

It’s a win-win for mother and baby.

Healthquarters offers personal training and nutrition coaching for pregnant women. Healthquarters also offers group classes that are suitable for pregnant women to attend. To find out more, drop us an email.

Source: The Daily Telegraph. February 20, 2016.

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about fitness professionals

Are you being trained by a fitness professional?

Are you being trained by a fitness professional?

When training with Healthquarters you can rest assured the trainers have obtained Exercise Professional Registration with Fitness Australia and carry Professional Indemnity Insurance.

Fitness Australia is the national health and fitness industry association. Registration with Fitness Australia demonstrates a commitment to enhancing industry standards and building the professional capacity of our industry.

For an exercise professional to obtain registration, they must have completed a fitness qualification, certificate III or higher and must meet certain criteria every 2 years including;

  • Current Senior First Aid and CPR certification
  • Receive 20 CEC points from continuing education courses
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Fitness Australia

No exercise professional can obtain professional indemnity insurance without fitness Australia registration.

So, before you sign up to any fitness class or personal training service, ensure that your trainer is registered with Fitness Australia and that they carry insurance for your safety. You can search all Fitness Australia registered exercise professionals by clicking here.


Katherine Rothwell has been a registered fitness professional for 20 years! Katherine is also a Level 3 Registered Exercise Professional. This is currently the highest level you can achieve. You can view Katherine’s profile here.

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