Functional exercise are movements that mimic everyday activities. These exercises can be modified to suit both beginner and advanced exercise routines and are great for weight loss! They are fun, complex and...

There are many derivatives of this myth and the simplest response to this is usually “deadlifting is not bad for your back, it is how you are deadlifting that is...

Long distance running, and marathons in particular, are a sport that requires significant training time, especially to be able to run the full 42km.   A periodic exercise program designed by an...

Every time we exercise, the body undergoes change to adapt to the stress that we place on it. The by-product of these adaptations can include muscle soreness and fatigue, reduced...

Training the neck is a very underutilized aspect of training and is lacking in most programming. For anyone involved in contact and collision sports, such as boxing and football, training...

There are a lot of myths and misconceptions placed around strength training. This may be a result of your stereotypical gym junkie throwing weights around in the gym or the...

Warm-ups: the boring part of training and game day, what’s all the fuss about?   Have you ever wondered why your class instructor, trainer or coach places a large emphasis on pre-habilitation...

Having spent time across multiple sports including boxing, rugby, weightlifting, powerlifting, and other endurance based sports, the greatest aspect to concentrate on is - “in this sport, where should the...

I have been asked what is the best way to warm up prior to commencing a strength session using weights. A few questions are “should I warm up by walking...