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16.06.2020
Category: 2014
Written by: Nick Jack
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Eggs can be included in your diet for breakfast, lunch or dinner, they are such a versatile food. Not only are they versatile they are packed with vitamins and minerals, essential for our health, they are one of the healthiest foods that you can eat. Protein which is found in high quantity in eggs, are nutrients that are essential to the building, maintenance and repair of your body tissues such as your skin, internal organs and muscles. This is why we label them "the perfect workout partner" for they are a key part of any athlete’s diet to speed up the process of repairing damaged muscles for enhanced performance.

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09.06.2020
Category: 2014
Written by: Nick Jack
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Recently I read a new report called Dark Shadow of Diabetes released from the Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute that talks about the likelihood of developing other chronic diseases as a result of having type 2 Diabetes. The statistics they published were quite shocking, and I am sure this would have a big impact on the 1 million people known to have type 2 Diabetes. What is more concerning is they estimate there is two to three million people at risk of developing the disease, but these people are unaware of this potential danger to their health! When you consider that this disease is in most cases is created from poor nutrition, lack of exercise, and poor lifestyle choices like smoking, it makes perfect sense for the entire community to be informed of what they need to do. In this article I am going to discuss what you need with nutrition and exercise to prevent this disease from ruining your health. For always remember prevention is much better than a cure.

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04.06.2020
Category: 2014
Written by: Nick Jack
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Injuries are inevitable, especially in such a demanding game like AFL football where it requires a unique combination of endurance, strength, speed and agility, as well a frequent high impact collisions. We asked our trainer Dylan Vizzarri who plays Division 1 Football for Blackburn to write an article about his personal journey of rehabilitating his own body from many severe injuries over the past 4 years. Many of these injuries could have been avoided if he knew what he knows now, saving him from a lot of pain and frustration. Some of these injuries have seen him miss an entire football season! This is a must read for any amateur football players with to avoid the mistakes we see so many players make with their fitness training methods.

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