We understand that many of our clients, just like Carly and me are working hard to tackle their career and raising children at the same time while trying to stick to their fitness routine AND stay on top of their nutrition habits.
All rookies go into their basic training with excitement and apprehension. It’s in basic training where you will get to know your limits, and through a combination of determination, discipline and knowledge you will also learn to push past them.
Breathing. It’s perhaps the most essential and fundamental function of the human body. We do it all the time without sparing it much of a thought. You’re doing it right now. Yet, few of us realise just how important it is to leverage our breathing to enhance our lifting technique and virtually every other form of exercise.
The Army, Navy and Airforce cadets are a fantastic opportunity for young people to get involved with something that will help to develop their minds and improve their fitness.
Joining the Army Reserve is an exciting way of contributing to Australia's defence system, provides excellent adventures and experiences while naturally helping you to stay on top of your fitness game.
If you want to join the ADF, you’ll first be required to meet the PFA test requirements. Without that, your aims of joining the Australian Defence Force will remain unfulfilled. Applicants often fall into the trap of doing nothing else in their training sessions but doing sit-ups and push-ups like there was no tomorrow. Want to find out why that may not be enough to get enrolled? Read on.
We’d all like to be stronger, better, faster, but it’s an on-running scientific quest to find the optimal way of doing so, especially when it comes to the somewhat thorny issue of how long you should rest between sets. There are many aspects to consider, and the optimal rest between sets will depend on your fitness goal.
If you’ve got your training regime nailed down to the very last detail, holidays can throw a real spanner in the works. The food is decadent, the climate different, and, of course, you’re away from your usual gym.
If you've been into running training for a while you probably know already that shin splints can cause severe discomfort. The pain, common along the front edge of the shin is usually the result of intense, repetitive running training that involves hard impacts on the feet and lower legs.
The latest hype in the nutrition space is going vegetarian, vegan or plant based. Many celebs are promoting a version of veganism or vegetarianism and they claim the change in their diet has resulted in better health and fitness. If you are considering cutting back on animal products partly or completely you will need to educate yourself about the potential implications of your choice and have a deeper understanding of micronutrients to ensure you don't risk your health by accidentally missing out on essential nutrients.
Michael and Carly both have walked the path you are about to take and are commited to help you get started with your training for a successful enlistment with free tips and articles.