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How to work out harder and smarter

With summer fast approaching, it’s time to shed the winter kilos and get active. Read about exercise techniques to help you see results sooner, including interval training, Tabata and compound exercises, as well as the benefits of exercising outside.

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Running towards a healthier you

Running is one of the oldest and most effective forms of exercise, but getting started is the hardest part. Read about the benefits of running for your physical and mental health. There are also helpful tips to prepare for your first fun run.

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HIIT The Hot Fitness Trend

High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) tops the list of emerging fitness industry trends. But despite its popularity, HIIT is not for everyone.

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What To Expect When You're Training

Not everyone can be an Olympic athlete, but that doesn't mean you can’t improve your health and fitness through regular exercise.

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Fitness On The Rebound

If you’re looking for a low-impact way to get moving, rebounding might be just the thing for you.

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Summer Fitness Breakout

The summer break can be the ideal time to boost fitness and catch up on missed workouts.

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Tread Your Way To Fitness

Walking or running on a treadmill can be a very effective way to exercise, because you can carefully control the speed, incline and duration of your performance.

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Building Fitness Through Speedball Training

Usually associated with boxing, ‘speedball’, or ‘speedbag’ training, offers a unique way to improve reaction time, coordination, muscle endurance, strength, stamina and more.

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The Squeeze: Do Compression Garments Work?

While compression garments have long been used for medical purposes, they’re rapidly becoming a standard part of an athlete’s kit. They look fancy and cost a packet ... but do they really work?

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Your Home Gym: Free Weights

If the convenience of working out at home appeals, consider buying some free weights.

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Get In The Flow: Part Two

Competitive sport is as much a challenge of the mind as it is the body. In this article we look at some of the psychological techniques you can use to help you perform at the top of your game.

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Get In The Flow: Part One

Elite athletes have the benefit of top sports psychologists to help them stay razor sharp mentally and get the best out of their bodies. The rest of us generally have to make do without - but are there elite techniques we can borrow to boost our own perfo ...

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Is It All About The Bike?

Can you justify spending several thousand dollars on the carbon fibre bicycle of your dreams? Or are there better ways to boost your cycling performance?

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Research On Fitness Shoes Sole Destroying

Could donning special shoes improve your posture, alleviate back pain, boost core strength and help you burn more calories?

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Stepping Out: One Week With A Pedometer

How far does the average office worker walk in a day? A week with a pedometer could expose some uncomfortable truths.

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