Oh what a festival time of year filled with family, friends and food. Those Christmas kilo’s may have expanded the waistline and there is no better time than the holidays to work back into that swimsuit ready body! For many, running is the perfect way to get back in shape and RunWEST presents as a
2019 has come and almost gone with and 2020 is just around the corner. This also means only 15 WEEKS TO GO until RunWEST! Imagine racing around the track at Sydney Motor Sport Park, soaring above the lions at Sydney Zoo, running through the Western Sydney Parklands and finishing under The Sydney Coliseum Theatre! To
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You may have heard of the term rehabilitation, which refers to the process of restoring normal function, health and movement after an injury or surgery. This probably brings up images of ice, crutches and walking frames, a bunch of physios and nurses to aid someone in their recovery. But have you heard of the buzzword
Are you someone who trains hard but doesn’t seem to see results? Maybe you’re in the gym five 5-6 times a week doing a mixture of cardio, free weights and classes, or maybe just lots of one, but you’re not getting anywhere? Do you feel disheartened with your training, putting in all the hard work
Christmas, New Year and often January is a wonderful time of celebration and indulgence filled with family, friends and food. It’s a great time to kick the feet up, enjoy whats left in the fridge and spend a little too much time watching the Tennis. It is also that time of year for New Years
Are you an athlete, regular gym goer or just looking to improve your health and fitness? If so, chances are you have put a lot of time and effort into your training program to get results. Ideally, you may also be looking at how frequently you train, try to manipulate variables such as the volume