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Nike Offers Free Yoga Workouts Anywhere, Any Time

Nike yoga

Sport is dynamic. To excel, you need a mix of physical and mental endurance, strength and mobility. To further help athletes maximise their potential by tapping into their bodies and minds, Nike is launching new yoga workouts this season. The do-anywhere routines are between 15 and 45 minutes long and are part of the free Nike+ Training Club app. Better ...

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3 Reasons to Try EMS Training

EMS training

Electro-muscle stimulation, or EMS training is challenging the belief that to achieve success you need to put in long hours, by demonstrating that great things can also be achieved by simply working smarter. Just because all physical exercise involves muscular contraction doesn’t mean that such action must be voluntary and the result of excessive physical effort. These contractions occur naturally ...

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Veronique Mitchell’s #StrongWomen Story

Lifestyle Coach, competitor and business woman – Veronique inspires young women across the country to live healthier lifestyles, and this is where she draws her strength. Here is her #StrongWomen story… Who inspires you to be strong? I’d say my V Pack inspires me to be strong.  The team of ladies I am proud to call my clients inspire and ...

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#StrongWomen Sarina Frauenstein

From Radio Presenter to devoted strongman’s wife and ballerina, we caught up with Sarina Frauenstein to find out who motivates her to be strong. Who inspires you to be strong? My husband, Samuel Frauenstein (@Samuel_Frauenstein), inspires me to be strong. He is a professional strongman and his short career has been filled with injuries. He has had three operations over ...

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Getting it right – The Importance of Good Form

Getting it right - The importance of good form

The most common reason that people don’t lift weights correctly is because they try to lift more than they are capable of. The tendency to use too much weight typically results in poor form, which decreases your ability to get results and increases your risk of injury.

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