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Exercise right on your next trip

If you are heading off on holidays or even a short getaway and don’t want to miss out on a little bit of training just to keep up the routine. HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) sessions are perfect when you’re short on time. Dedicate 15-30 minutes first thing to getting your exercise done and dusted, […]

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Functional Fitness trains your body for LIFE!

As most of you would notice we spend a lot of time designing and creating programs that are focussed on functional fitness for your stage of life, your sport or general body maintenance. Sometimes there are exercises that you don’t particularly like but they play an important role in your body mechanics and wellbeing as […]

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Starting 2018 off in a good way

January can be the hardest time of year to get yourself motivated to exercise yet it’s the time people most chose to re set their fitness goals. Getting motivated to get back into your routine can be a challenge in its self. One of the best ways to get back into it is to find […]

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The Mechanics of a Squat

A squat is a full body movement that works just every muscle group in the body. It mimics a lot of natural movement patterns in everyday life.  We’ve been squatting since we were babies, as we get older and learn to sit in different position during the course of a day and repetitively our ability to […]

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Stretching those Hamstrings

Hamstring tightness is a common issue especially for those who participate in prolonged sitting. For those with a need or desire for increasing hamstring flexibility and hamstring strength, the individual’s foot position may be an important factor to take into consideration during exercises. There is a common misconception that “grabbing the toes” is a key […]

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Stretching at work

If you work in an office, the chances are you’re spending a minimum of 8 hours sitting down – that’s 40 hours a week. If you think about it your daily routine might sound something like this. You drive to work, sit down at your desk for at least 6 hours, drive home, and sit […]

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Strength training doesn’t have to be just for the grown ups!

Strength training for kids doesn’t stunt growth. It strengthens bones and connective tissue, which reduces the risk of injury when engaging in other physical activities. For children, strength training has been shown to improve self-esteem and focus. In one study, overweight children who began a strength training practice were more likely to continue than overweight […]

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Lifting is good for you!

Did you know Only 9% – 19% of Australian adults meet the muscle strengthening activity guidelines. Physical Activity and Sedentary Behaviour Guidelines PHYSICAL ACTIVITY · Doing any physical activity is better than doing none. If you currently do no physical activity, start by doing some, and gradually build up to the recommended amount. · Be […]

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