Victorian women of all ages now have access to the latest exercise, health and nutrition research and advice thanks to a series of fact sheets designed to give women the right information to make the right choices at different stages of their lives. The Active Women in Sport factsheet series, developed by Sports Medicine Australia – Victoria provide advice on topics ranging from nutrition and bone health for active women, to exercise during pregnancy to exercising at a young and older age.
- Nutrition for Active Women
- Bone Health for Active Women
- Pregnancy and Exercise
- Exercise for Young Women
- Exercise for Women Over 50
For more information on these resources visit Sports Medicine Australia - Victoria.
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