RUNNING

Why do we run?

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According to Wikipedia, “It is assumed that the ancestors of mankind developed the ability to run for long distances about 2.6 million years ago, probably in order to hunt animals. Now those animals were no doubt used as a source of food.” Isn’t [...]

The do’s and don’ts post-race  

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You did the training, you made it to the start line, the nerves didn’t get the better of you and you’re now the proud owner of new race bling…what now? Here’s a few post-race do’s and don’ts to help your recovery after you hit the Finish [...]

Dealing with the post-race blues

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I reached my goal – What’s next? The post-race blues are so common these days, given most of us are goal driven and make some pretty big sacrifices to hit that personal best time or complete that first run. The morning and afternoon after the [...]
GYM AND FITNESS

A day in the gym with Khan Porter

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Though my training volume fluctuates from time to time, when I’m in full time training my day-to-day routine looks fairly similar in terms of what I work on. The following is a typical training day and will form the basis for my next 12 months of [...]

Office yoga poses to help you de-stress on the job

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Office yoga may be last thing that crosses your mind when you feel like launching yourself across the workplace - nuclear missile style at your boss, armed with a loaded stapler. However when the work load seems insurmountable and the deadlines are [...]

Grip and Rip: Training your grip and why it’s so important

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Handy exercises to train your grip Think about how often you use your hands. Every time you grab, pick up, carry or hold something you are using hundreds of muscles in your hands, fingers and forearms. We often think of big pulling movements [...]
BUYERS GUIDE

Fast and easy tips to packing light

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Off on your OE to trek to the summit of Everest? Travelling to Hawaii to watch the Billabong Pipe Masters? Backpacking around Europe hunting Pokemon? Travelling light can mean cheaper airfares if you only take carry-on luggage. However, it can [...]

The buyers’ guide: Selecting a cricket ball

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If you thought all cricket balls are created equal – you’d be wrong. There are a myriad of different cricket balls in production. To the untrained eye and novice, trying to tell the difference between cricket balls can easily have you [...]

How to choose the perfect cricket bat

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If you were to find the perfect cricket bat, it would be one with a substantial profile, while still being light. Heftier bats with massive profiles may provide powerful drive, but there is significant debate as to whether the heavier bats inhibit [...]
LIFESTYLE

Fast and easy tips to packing light

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Off on your OE to trek to the summit of Everest? Travelling to Hawaii to watch the Billabong Pipe Masters? Backpacking around Europe hunting Pokemon? Travelling light can mean cheaper airfares if you only take carry-on luggage. However, it can [...]

School holiday fun to get your kids moving

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Racking your brain for ideas on how to keep the kids entertained these school holidays? Look no further. We’ve come to the rescue with fun activities to put a stop to the complaints about being bored. Uno workout Turn playing Uno into a fitness [...]

What type of sports parents are you?

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Should kids play competitive sport is a topic capable of dividing a nation. Whether competitive sport is a positive or negative experience for your child can often depend on your attitude towards the subject. Generally there are two school of [...]
NUTRITION

Pantry and fridge essentials for good health

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I don’t make a habit of singing the praises of superfoods too much. Not because foods are not super, but because the meaning has become a little lost and not everything is a superfood. I recently heard alcohol referred to as a superfood and that was [...]

Cooking for one

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Eating for one does not have to be boring or repetitive. Coming from a sizable family and always cooking for groups, adjusting to living by myself was a big adjustment. I would cook once a week and have leftovers every night thereafter. I am still a [...]

Why seasonal spring produce should be top of your shopping list

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Hello September! Spring has sprung. I was pleasantly surprised by the amount of seasonal produce available at the markets last weekend. Usually spring isn't renowned for the large amount of fresh fruit and veggies, but due to the milder winter, it [...]
VIDEO

How to style an Sports Luxe look

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When it comes to styling an outfit I normally pick one or two key pieces. It could be an interesting color, shape, or style that captures my eye, and then build the rest of the outfit around that base. I'm so impressed with rebel's winter range this [...]

What is Sport Luxe Fashion?

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  Sports Luxe really is the fusion between fashion and fitness. It's comfort, it's effortless and it's always on trend. I think one of the reason Sports Luxe trend is so popular is that it's achievable and obtainable. Anyone can pull off [...]

Meet our Stylist – Jasmine Howell

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My name is Jasmin Howell, and I'm the editor of fashion and lifestyle blog Friend in Fashion. I've always had a passion for fashion, ever since I was small, so one day I decided to start a journal documenting some of my fashion and travel [...]
HOME OF FOOTBALL

The key to sporting success

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When people want to know why sporting teams improve year to year, they assume it comes down to the ‘key to success; a contributing factor to whether they win or lose. Professional sporting teams don’t attribute winning or losing to just one or [...]

Dimitri Payet: The importance of staying on the move

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“Your opponents won’t be able to track everybody” Dimitri Payet is an expert at controlling the game and keeping the defenders guessing while creating space for his teammates. Payet showed his class in the opening game of Euro 2016 as the [...]

AFL’s Bernie Vince: Match day preparation

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With a lot of pressure on his developing Melbourne squad, Bernie Vince could be forgiven for perhaps being a little wound up, but the star midfielder is quick to dispel those claims and even owns up to being the larrikin of the change rooms!  “I’m [...]