Most people begin strength training to enhance their physical beauty, shed a few kilograms or simply to build muscles. However, the fact is there are many health benefits from doing regular strength training
Written by; Nick Angus (Exercise Science Student- Deakin University) Many exercise physiologists, personal trainers and strength and conditioning coaches teach the importance of maintaining a neutral
Written by; Brenton Watson (AEP) Accredited Exercise Physiologist With the start of a New Year, many people make resolutions to become fitter and stronger than ever! This can mean you start a new training programs,
Written by: Sebastian Mann (Bach. Ex Sci) Personal Trainer & Exercise Scientist The recent airing of Australian Ninja Warrior on Australian television proved to be an overwhelming success amongst audiences.
Written by: Sebastian Mann Bach. Exercise and Sport Science (current) Many people who attend a gym are unsure about how and what they should be REALLY doing. The result is they are inefficient with the time
Observing clients movement patterns during exercise is an important strategy for our personal trainers and exercise physiologists to be able to give accurate feedback on exercise correction during a session.
It’s common in many gyms across the world to see people pumping out as many repetitions as possible with whatever weight they pick until they physically cannot do any more. I mean, it makes sense, right? The
“I don’t want to lift weights because it will make me look big and bulky” The above statement is a misconception shared by both male and female gym goers, although it’s a more common belief held among