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Winter motivation

Cameron Byrnes
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It can be tempting to ditch the early morning workouts when it’s dark, cold and very uninviting outside for the warmth and coziness of your bed. Instead of giving up on your morning run during winter, move your workouts to the lounge room for a killer exercise routine you can smash out in 20 minutes […]

Treadmill training workouts

Cameron Byrnes
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Always consult a Doctor or Healthcare provider before starting a new exercise program. The first exercise is based on Intervals. Its actually really simple to understand. It consists of a high intensity period  followed by a low intensity period. Obviously you need a few minutes to warm up, running at a moderate pace for at […]

Are you exercising enough?

Cameron Byrnes
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There is so much confusing information out there. We see people out busting themselves doing boot camps; there are CrossFit gyms with people doing exercises that we think are simply not possible; then there are the gym junkies who are at the gym every single morning, doing every class possible. The truth is that everyone […]

Buyers Guide: How to choose an activity tracker

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Wearable sports gadgets to revolutionise your fitness regime Wearable technology is now all the rage and changing the way we workout. Gone are the days of the humble pedometer. Now you can track more than just your steps, you can monitor all your daily activity, calories burnt, distances covered, heart rate, and pulse…even your sleep […]

Top 5 tips for staying fit with Steph Bruckner

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NTC trainer Steph Bruckner shares her top 5 tips for staying fit. Steph Bruckner: After 20 years in the dance studio, 10 of those teaching, 3 on professional contracts overseas and here at home in Australia, Steph found herself in the gym enjoying new ways to move her body. It was love at first group fitness class, feeling empowered from lifting […]

How to use discomfort to discover your potential

Khan Porter
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There is no greater limiting factor in training than an unwillingness to suffer. We are conditioned as human beings to seek comfort in our day-to-day lives and unfortunately, this fear of discomfort carries over to how we train in the gym. We want the softest chairs, the easiest cars to drive, air-conditioning, elevators and as […]