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22.10.2014
Category: 2014
Written by: Nick Jack
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We are launching our popular 28 Day Challenge again this year as of November 1st 2014 and this year is going to be the best year ever! We are going to run 32 classes in 28 days that will enable people to train everyday without overtraining as we have carefully designed this challenge to provide strength, fitness, recovery, nutrition and support that you need to get great results. And we are doing this for only $97 ( normally $640 ) for unlimited access to all classes! There will also be an Opportunity to participate in a nutrition workshop and cooking demonstration at Wild Oak Restaurant with No Regrets Personal Training Metabolic Typing and Nutrition Expert, Melissa Jack and Wild Oak Restautant Executive Chef, Ben Higgs (small additional investment ). Click here to register now

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22.09.2014
Category: 2014
Written by: Nick Jack
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Core Strength is one of those terms that is thrown around the fitness world by so many people, but hardly anybody really knows what it means. Earlier this year we added the Crosscore equipment which is similar to a TRX but better. This is is one of those misunderstood pieces of equipment that at first seems like a gimmick far too easy to use, but is so much more than it looks. What it really does is take seemingly simple body-weight challenges to a new level and adds significant variety to standardized exercises. The best part is that this tool tests your core strength requiring greater stability, coordination, and joint control. The unique variety of exercises that this equipment provides makes it a valuable training tool for everyone as we explain in this article. 

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10.09.2014
Category: 2014
Written by: Nick Jack
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This can be quite a controversial topic for many people to get their head around and for good reason. Usually you just have to mention the words ‘Strength Training’ and ‘children’ in the same sentence and most people will start giving you funny looks. It is just the perception of what strength training currently is and what it really is, is where the problem lies. Many people are aware of the benefits of a conditioning program for elite athletes, and we all know the benefits of starting training for their sport early, as you would see with the Roger Federers and Tiger Woods of the world. So if we know the fact that adult athletes can seriously enhance their their performance in sport if they adopt a structured resistance training program, a new question arises: is it too little too late? At what age can we start to introduce our young Ricky Pontings and Lance Franklins to resistance training? And what if you don't even play sport, does that have any relevance at an early age too?

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