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Did You Know Muscles Are Key To Good Health?

If you still see exercise as an optional extra, not a health essential, science is finding more reasons to change your mind ~ including new research that suggests strong muscles are good medicine. One of the most compelling recent findings is that muscles are actually a huge secretory organ. When we exercise them, they release […]

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Olsen Eager For Redemption

Nicholas Olsen is eager to make up for lost time after returning to his old stomping ground with the Sutherland Sharks. The 18-year-old speedster was a regular in the Sharks line-up last year helping them reach the finals series and was a talent that was spotted during the course of the year. But after being […]

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Sit Less, Move More: Why Australia Doubled Its Exercise Guidelines

Australians are sitting down and lying around so much, experts have doubled the recommended amount of exercise and say we need to get up out of our chairs – even if we already do “enough” exercise. More and more studies are finding links between “sedentary behaviour” and weight gain, type 2 diabetes, poor muscle tone, […]

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Sydney FC’s Troubles Open The Door For Sky Blues Young Gun Dylan Caton

Dylan Caton has found himself in an ideal situation, in the midst of tough times for Sydney FC. While the club is in the middle of dealing with well-documented internal strife — along with an inconsistent season — coach Frank Farina has given young gun Caton his opportunity to make his way up from the […]

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CrossFit Beginners: Choose Wisely!

With increasing popularity of the CrossFit training program, we have been seeing some happy customers as well as the other side of the spectrum: very bad injuries. It seems like the level of happiness depends largely on the credibility of the program. A little bit of background information: CrossFit training was developed initially as the […]

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CrossFit May Be Killing You

Take stock of the sweeping reign of CrossFit and you realise it’s pretty comprehensively taken over the world of fitness. Heavily pregnant women love CrossFit. Children as young as three are into it. It’s sidled up to a winning diet that people swear by. And it dubs its heroes the fittest people on Earth. But […]

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Intense, Specialised Training In Young Athletes Linked to Serious Overuse Injuries

Children these days spend significantly more time in organised sports than in free play. Young athletes who specialize in one sport and train intensively have a significantly higher risk of stress fractures and other severe overuse injuries, even when compared with other injured athletes, according to the largest clinical study of its kind. For example, […]

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Top 10 Fat Fighting Foods

SOME foods actually stop the build-up of fat and speed up the metabolism. When you’re trying to lose weight, it can be demoralising to constantly be reminded of all the foods you should not be eating. But some foods are ideal for weight control. Dubbed “fast foods” or “edible amphetamines”, some foods help speed up […]

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Fitness Report: The Exercise Myths That Hold Us Back

If your workout isn’t working, it’s time to reboot your mindset. MYTH: ‘If I exercise, I can eat what I want’. TRUTH: Weight loss is 80 per cent diet, 20 per cent exercise. ‘The reality is that you can’t out-train a bad diet,’ says celebrity trainer Dalton Wong, founder of Twenty Two Training, who has […]

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Three Common Running Overuse Injuries: Causes, Prevention, and Treatment

Running is great exercise, but it is also notorious for leading to overuse injuries that can derail even the most elite runner’s training plans. If you were to ask a runner why he or she loves running so much, you would get a multitude of answers ranging from stress relief to weight loss to maintaining […]

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