Written By; Jordan Brown (Exercise Science) We’ve all fallen into the trap of over training and often this is due to not fully understanding the importance of programming rest days. Remember when you first
Strength training can be the most valuable thing you can be doing for your health. Not only is it valuable for improving your mechanical function so you can function optimally in your daily life; but strength
Written by: John Hallam (Bach. Ex.Sci) Personal Trainer / Strength and Conditioning Coach We know that exercise is an essential component to you leading a healthy and energetic lifestyle. However, while most
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.
Written by: Blake Lombardi AEP ( Accredited Exercise Physiologist) You have heard it all before, but it’s no surprise that with the constant sitting we do today, our postures have adapted to the sustained position
Richard Bottomer (Personal Trainer / Strength & Conditioning Coach at Inspire Fitness) demonstrated his passion for strength and conditioning by competing successfully in his first powerlifting competition