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There are plenty of theories out there on how to work out. And it’s a good thing that we’re all having these conversations and putting thought to living a more active life. But there are a few myths that may sway some people into doing things that may not necessarily make them fitter or healthier. So here are a few from PopSugar&rs ..

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When we have fitness equipment in our home, it gives us convenience, reliability, and flexibility. So even after a long day at work or looking after children, we can quickly jump on it and move our bodies for better health. Sometimes it’s often put off because of time or energy. But even a quick workout can do a world of good, so her ..

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After such a tough race, like a marathon, there is always the temptation to veg out. But what you do afterwards can be just as important as all the hard work you did training in the lead up. Here are some great ways to speed your recovery, so you can get back to living an active life: Train smart: The better your preparation before th ..

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Running is a proven method of burning calories and reducing overall body fat. Having the motivation to run on your treadmill (http://www.cardiotech.com.au/treadmills) week in week out is the hard part. Whether it’s finding the time or making it fun, these 5 techniques can revolutionize your workout – so you get the results … ..

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It sounds technical, but in fact Functional Movement Exercises (FME) are simple. It’s a way of training which aims to move your entire body and not just isolate large muscles at a time (like body builders). It’s about smart workouts to get the whole body moving without a higher risk of injury along the way. The exercises simulta ..

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Here’s a look at what’s hot right now in the world of fitness. There are always new and exciting ways to maintain your health, so we’ve selected our top 5 favourites which we reckon are worth a try! High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT). HIIT, which involves short bursts of activity followed by a short period of rest or  ..

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The fitness landscape in Australia is continually changing. As new research comes out or new training techniques are embraced, we are always exploring new ways to workout. Just look at the CrossFit craze or the number of gyms now open 24 hours a day. What we have been told in the past may not necessarily be the best advice for our present d ..

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For those who want to train like they’ve landed a part in the next Wolverine flick, here are some serious ways to take your fitness to the next level. 1. Increase resistance – increasing the weight lifted in meaningful increments ensures the muscle is pushed beyond its previous point of failure thus maintaining the muscle buildi ..

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Around Christmas and end of year, we are all more time poor than ever. But it's important to maintain regular exercise, especially when our diet and lifestyle can change over the holiday period. The best way to exercise efficiently, is to find your fat burning zone. To put it simply, it's the point at which you burn fat during your workout. Her ..

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Without a plan, it’s difficult to achieve any goal let alone fitness. Here are 3 tips to get you to your goal using technology at your disposal. TIP 1 – Use a smartphone to develop a plan. Do research and be organised via apps that show you how to warm up properly through to apps that provide entire exercise plans.  ..

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