Accessories for Dogs
Make your dog stand out at the park with our range of accessories. A great gift to give your pet and support the Institute at the same time.
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“Exercise triggers positive internal factors in both my mind and body with the end result that my total wellbeing increases to such an extent that every action I take is inspired by a "can do" attitude that helps me make the small steps toeards achieving my personal best in all that I do. I would encourage everyone to "Exercise Your Mood" and feel the benefits.”
Geoff Huegill, Australian Swimming Champion
“Hopefully we can help raise awareness and go some way to destigmatise mood disorders. Most of our athletes are under 25 ... when depression and Bipolar mostly get diagnosed... If we can get people out and riding their bikes and releasing the happy chemicals in their brain then we will have done a small bit to help. If you see our guys training around NSW, or at a race anywhere in Australasia, get familiar and come over and say "Hi" and let's one by one find a solution to this growing problem.”
Trent Wilson, Wilson Racing Team.
Exercise your Mood
Stand out in the crowd with the Black Dog Institute sportswear range. Creative gift ideas for you and your friends to wear for all sporting occasions while supporting the Black Dog Institute.
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"With one in five Australians experiencing depression it is important that we don’t forget the simple things that can make a difference. Exercising regularly can help in these difficult times. Follow the lead of the Black Dog Institute and Exercise Your Mood – because everyone deserves peace of mind."
Andrew Johns, Rugby League Legend
“I couldn't imagine my life without sport and being able to exercise. Exercise gives you the freedom to achieve and helps motivate you when you need it the most. The fulfilment you get is like no other and at the end of your session you get an overwhelming feeling of accomplishment. Exercise really is the key to boost your mood and outlook on life & that's why it’s great that the Black Dog Institute are highlighting this in the Exercise Your Mood campaign.”