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Nutrition & The Five Food Groups

Being an exercise professional who speaks to clients on a day to day basis I am constantly surprised at just how little the average person actually understands about proper exercise and nutrition habits.

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Physical Fitness

Starting strength training at the lowest level is simple and easy.

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How to Get in Shape

This article provides advice relating to how to get into shape.

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The Key to Long Term Weight Loss and Fitness

As a personal trainer who see’s and speaks to clients on a day to day basis I am constantly talking to people who are misinformed about how to maintain a healthy weight and lifelong fitness.

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Excess Weight Preparation Terminology for Novices

If reps, sets, circuits and pecs seems greek to you personally then this article is what you are looking for.

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Lift Weights and Prevent Osteoporosis

Doctors say that weight lifting can prevent osteoporosis. You should ask you doctor before you start weight training, in the off chance you have a type of heart problem that prohibits it.

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I Was Picked Last in Gym Class

This is an article detailing my journey from being the person nobody wanted on their team to being in far better shape than anyone who didn’t pick me. It’s motivation for my future clients as I am on a journey now to become a certified personal trainer.

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Lets Beat Obesity

I constantly hear about the national obesity epidemic in Australia and I am actually disgusted to learn that we have become one of the fattest nations in the world. Can you believe that it has come to this? In a country where junior sports is so prevalent and so much a way of life that we would grow up to be some of the fattest people in the world.

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Breakfast Bars and Breakfast Drinks

Breakfast drinks, breakfast bars and snack bars becoming a huge growth area in convenience/fast foods. They promote themselves as fast nutrition for people who lead busy lives, especially on the way to and from the gym or even worse for those of you who don’t make the time to cook a decent breakfast and have to rush to work in the morning. They are quick and easy meal replacements and I think that they are paving the way towards a generation with bad diet and nutrition habits and obesity.

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Plyometrics & Explosive Power

No one can deny that no other exercise will help develop explosive power like the Olympic Snatch. A fact that has been documented for years and has led to countless written articles and documentaries! A group of exercises though that have been specifically created to help athletes develop maximum power with little or no equipment at all and are still widely unknown are Plyometrics.

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