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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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3 ways to make your workout that little bit easier

Sometimes, we lose a little motivation to head on down to SGAC. Here are three ways to help make your fitness journey a little more enticing.

When is a good age for my child to learn gymnastics?

Help your kids put the gym in gymnastics! Find out how this sport can teach your kids a wide range of valuable life skills, as well as improve their health. 

The King of Spin: What are the benefits of spin classes?

Spin classes are a great way of building cardiovascular fitness and muscle strength. What's more, you can go at your own pace, meaning that you can build yourself to a higher level as you so wish.

Beat off the winter bugs with the power of exercise

The winter months can bring with them a whole range of cold weather illnesses. Minimise your chances of infection with a regular fitness regime at SGAC .

Splish, splash, swim: The benefits of teaching Aussie kids to swim early

The earlier you let your little angel get comfortable in the water, the better. Find out how swimming lessons for kids can help you. 

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Great ways to motivate your fitness kick

Sometimes, the motivation to visit the gym just isn't there, but by following these three tips, you'll be raring to to go in no time. 

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Can listening to music improve your workout?

Most of us listen to music when we workout, but how does it affect our physical performance?

What are the health and fitness benefits of gymnastics?

Whether you're conquering the bar or completing back flips on the mat, here are some of the many health and fitness benefits of gymnastics.

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How to fix these common gym mistakes

There are a few common mistakes that can befall many a gym goer, but these can easily be rectified. At SGAC, we'll help to put you on the right track!

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Cooking with Keira

This amazing meal will not only appease your pizza craving, but is also super low in calories!

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Swim Through Winter

Swimming? In the Winter? YES!

TRUE OR FALSE: Involving a child in swimming or other water activities during the winter will cause the child to have an inordinate amount of colds and other illnesses. They can catch cold from going outside with a “wet head”.


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