- The Resilience Institute $14.50/month$155/year
- Cancel anytime on the monthly membership, you're never locked in
If you don’t love it within the first 30 days, get your money back no questions asked
Hayden is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist, Scientist and ASCA Level 1 Strength Coach.
Nope! Once you subscribe you have paid for 1 month. If you decide to cancel before the subscription renews, it will simply remain active until the next payment was due.
PC/Laptop user: once you successfully log in using the email and password you created, there will be a “DASHBOARD” button up the top of your screen in the middle of “Contact” and “Logout”.
Mobile phone user: once you sign in, there will be two lines sitting at the top right corner of your screen. Once you click that, it will open a side bar where there will be a button that says “DASHBOARD” under the “contact” button.
You would have to talk directly to your registered tax agent or accountant. However, it is an education platform developed by an allied health professional, so I believe you can!
If you genuinely don’t like what is on there and don’t think you will get anything out of it, email email@example.com within 30 days of subscribing and I will refund you no questions asked.
Of course! The Institute is designed to provide low-cost education, guidance and content to cater for as many people as possible. If you think the majority would benefit from your idea, shoot an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll look into adding it!
At this moment in time, no. It is a feature that we are working towards in the future for both Physiotherapy and Exercise Physiology
The exercise library has sections based on each different type of movement. In there you can choose and learn alternate movements that train the same movement pattern. In the future, there will be exact recommendations depending on the equipment you have.
For now – free!
Participation in physical activity comes with risk, as does anything. The risks however are less than the long-term health complications that can arise from poor cardiovascular health, musculoskeletal capacity, and chronic disease.
Seek guidance and advice from your doctor before participating in physical activity.
The risks include but are not limited to; muscle strains, joint sprains, ligament or tendon tear, abnormalities of heart rhythm, heart attack, stroke and even death.