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The Ultimate Explosive NFL Exercises

We are so excited about Jarryd Hayne's success in the NFL that we've put together the ultimate list of explosive American Football exercises.

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HIIT Playlist

Want to take your next HIIT workout to the next level? Check out this awesome playlist!

Want A Cup Of Coffee? See What Coffee Can Do For Your Training!

First thing I do when I get up out of bed is put on a pot of coffee. I sit down with my freshly brewed coffee before my day even starts. Coffee is like my body oil. If I don't have a cup of coffee first thing in the morning to get my blood flowing I'm not doing anything the rest of the day.

Are you as devoted to your fitness goals outside the gym?

Research by the Cornell University Food and Brand Lab draws attention to the importance of grocery shopping for maintaining a healthy diet to boost your overall fitness regime.

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Do you drink enough water while exercising?

You should not underestimate just how essential staying hydrated while working out is. Read on for some interesting medical research supporting this. 

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The 136kg Vegan Monster

Here’s how 136kg NFL defensive lineman, David Carter, eats 10,000 calories a day as a vegan.

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Swimming tips to master those strokes

Ever wondered what the correct form is when you are swimming the butterfly, breaststroke or freestyling though our Olympic sized indoor pools? This guide should help. 

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Welcome to SGAC Mirnes

Say hello to new SGAC Personal Training Manager, Mirnes!

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Puddle Pics: Underwater Photography

SGAC are excited to announce that professional underwater photography company Puddle Pics will be snapping photos of our Aquatics classes this August.

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SGAC Gymnastics Update: August 2015

We had a fantastic month this July at SGAC Gymnastics!

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The couple that works out together, stays together

Who says a trip to the gym can't be a romantic date, especially when you're both there to support each other? Here are some couples exercises to try. 

Is it time to ramp up children's health in Australia?

Only six out of 10 Aussie children play any sport outside of school and a quarter of youths aged 5-17 are either obese or overweight. How can you help?

Roll with the punches: Why Body Combat classes work

Combing exercises from karate, tai chi and Taekwondo, the SGAC Fitness Body Combat classes will sculpt and tone your body. Find out how they improve fitness here.

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Can regular exercise make you smarter?

Medical research has found on several occasions that taking the time to workout regularly boosts brain function. Can this make us smarter, though? 

Beat your Monday-itis with SGAC Fitness live DJ nights

We already know that listening to music can improve your workout, but did you know that headphones can cause hearing loss? Reduce your use by jamming out to DJs!

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Three terrific apps for reluctant gym-goers

Three apps to help those who find it difficult to motivate themselves to get to SGAC, from a digital trainer to one that will deduct money from your bank account should you neglect your gym duties! 

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Are you getting enough sleep to reach your fitness goals?

Well done for working hard at the gym and prioritising your fitness! But are you giving your body enough time to recuperate with sleep?

How exactly can exercise make you look and feel younger?

The benefits of regular exercise are innumerous. It can even help you look and feel younger, too - here are three ways how.

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Gymnastics Newsletter July 2015

June has been a busy month at SGAC, here is our Gymnastics report. 

Get your group groove on by exercising in large classes

Larger fitness classes can help you reach your goals sooner yet have fun along the way, so shake your tail feathers and break out a sweat with friendly faces. 


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