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Too Old to Exercise?

You’re never to old to start exercising. You’re never too old to keep exercising. As we age, staying active remains important to enable us to stay healthy. The way we stay active may change, but the aim is still to be active and mobile throughout your life. How do I […]

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11 ways to Improve your Pull Ups

1) Don’t go to failure – As soon as you can’t get as high as the previous rep, the set is over. If your speed slows down noticeably the set is over. If you can’t go all the way of the previous rep, then your set is over. After that […]

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Hydration

Hydration during Exercise and Daily Activity Water is a vital part of how our body functions on a daily basis The amount of hydration needed varies according to the exercise effort, the external temperature and the current state of your health. Water assists in body hydration and regulating our body […]

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Lacking Motivation?

Lacking motivation and want to find your way forward to keep your body in the right shape ?   Motivation results from Adversity, Passion, Peer Acceptance, Discovery, Achievement, Self Perception and Intrinsic Motivation……  Means to a Goal Adversity …illness or death of a loved one…desire to re focus away from […]

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Physical Activity Guidelines for Over 65s

Physical Activity Recommendations for Older Australians (65 years and older) Being physically active and staying fit and healthy will help you to get the most out of life, whatever your age. These recommendations are designed to help older Australians achieve sufficient physical activity for good health as they age. They […]

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Physical Activity Guidelines 18 to 64

Australia’s Physical Activity & Sedentary Behaviour Guidelines for Adults (18-64 years)  2019   Physical Activity Guidelines Doing any physical activity is better than doing none. If you currently do no physical activity, start by doing some, and gradually build up to the recommended amount. Be active on most, preferably all, […]

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HIIT versus Moderate Exercise

  A study, published in Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, finds health benefits in both short, intense, interval training and those of longer, moderate workouts. Each approach to exercise has advantages, but the impacts on blood pressure, body fat and other aspects of metabolism may be greater after […]

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