With so many fun runs and sporting events to choose from, people of all experience levels have an opportunity to challenge themselves, get moving and often raise money for a charity. It’s important to make sure you prepare properly to avoid injury and exhaustion, but more importantly, to have fun and enjoy the experience.
Deciding to make exercise a habit and to incorporate exercise into your lifestyle can be such an empowering feeling. However, making exercise part of your regular routine can sometimes be a little difficult, particularly if you don’t move often. Victoria explores some tips and tricks that can help you make a habit out of exercise and get moving regularly.
With the cold and dark weather looming, you may be struggling to find the motivation to keep moving and exercising. Don’t fret though, you’re not alone. Victoria explores some tips and tricks to avoid the traps of winter.
With so many other aspects of our life involving groups, why shouldn’t your training? The benefits of training in a group are abundant and should be enough to make any Negative Nancy want to give it a go!
With new research revealing that by 2040, there will be around 1.9 million Australians living with or beyond cancer. Jess explores the impact exercise can have on individuals with cancer and undergoing cancer treatment.
Many of us are bound to set resolutions for the new year at some point in life, but it turns out that many of us never achieve them. Victoria explores some simple tips to make sure you stick at your resolutions and goals.
Victoria talks us through some of the coping strategies she's come across in her own personal struggle with mental health. Through her own mistakes and choices, she has learned that opening up about your struggle can start a journey to recovery.
Even fitness and health professionals have battles with their health. Weight loss and metabolic health isn't always easy. Karina explores her battle with PCOS, weight loss and body image in this open blog series about finding health and feeling great. Join Karina on the start of her adventure back to better health and fitness and learn the keys to goal setting and achieving the health you deserve.
Today we discuss rehabilitation of injuries and returning to sport. “over-use” injuries are improperly named, and are theoretically “under-prepared” injuries - so how do you take control of your own prehab and rehabilitation?
As an exercise professional, it is the most poorly done thing in our industry. The teaching of a new movement or skill. You may have an idea of a new exercise you want to try learn – a handstand, a muscle up or whatever it may be – today we explore some keys to unlocking your true movement learning potential.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has been under attack in the media for their 150 minutes plus per week of moderate intensity exercise recommendation. As this has come up with numerous clients within our practice I thought this to be a perfect time to discuss what we need to know and what we should be doing.
The personal training industry is a highly competitive industry, and also highly unregulated. Putting someone else in control of your body and health is a big commitment. Let's talk about the 9 things that are most important in finding a PT that works for you.
Weight loss is hard, and many of us struggle to achieve or maintain it. So how do we stop setting ourselves up for failure? The biggest loser TV show has deciphered the key to ensure overall failure at weight loss maintenance - let's find out why.
This is a quick test that can help you identify what is restricting you from moving freely and what muscles may not be working hard enough. Give it a go!