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Preparing for the City 2 Surf, with ATLETA Group Training Client Beth

It’s hard to believe we’re already on the verge of the 2015 City 2 Surf! What a great 10 weeks of training we’ve had this year, with everyone working extremely hard and smashing old personal bests. It’s always great to hear feedback from our group members, and we managed to get some stellar feedback from […]

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5 Ways to Get Active and Burn More Fat!

It seems more and more these days that people are looking for their weight loss ‘miracle cure’ – the one that helps you build muscle, tone up, lean up and shed those stubborn kilos. All too often, though, this search can lead us to ‘quick fix’ options, such as fat burning pills, meal replacement supplements […]

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Keeping up with Rob Lyon; ATLETA Trainer Extraordinaire

ATLETA prides itself on being the premier health, lifestyle and fitness training company in Sydney, and with trainers like Rob Lyon it’s easy to see why. Rob’s skill, experience and knowledge of the fitness industry are just a few of the many reasons why he should be the trainer to get you moving. But there’s […]

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Why do you get Puffed During Sprint Training?

Sprinting. It’s a term that can invoke intrigue, fear and excitement all at the same time. An intense workout for the whole body that is over in a short amount of time, sprint training offers health benefits no other form of running can quite match. This should all sound like a great idea; and if […]

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UTS Interval Training Study – It Could Benefit You!

ATLETA’s very own Sam Higham is conducting an investigative research study on the health benefits associated with interval training. Interval training is a common method of training that involves varying periods of high and low intensity work. It has been proven to induce various cardiovascular, metabolic and musculoskeletal benefits. Additionally, it protects against chronic illnesses […]

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Training for Improved Snow and Surf Sport Performance

For many of us, a weekend wave or a weekend trip down to the slopes is a great way to escape the worries of the working week. As we duck under the refreshing water, we wash away all of the week’s worries and cares. With every powder turn we throw away a little bit more […]

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Plyometric Training – Exploring the Benefits

Think back to your youth, back when you were a little younger and just a child. Remember all the climbing, jumping and running you used to do? Constantly moving and being active? If only there was a way to go back, harness that energy and power, and bring it back to life again in your […]

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Chronic Sports Injury Management – Part 3 of 3

There’s really nothing more annoying for your running than starting to suffer the effects of over-reaching and over-training, only weeks after starting out on a new program. Why does this happen to so many new and returning runners? Part 3 of 3 in our running and sports injury blog series looks at management methods for […]

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ATLETA City 2 Surf Training – Great First Week!

It’s that time of year again, when the mornings get colder and waking up gets that little bit harder. Winter generally marks a significant decline in outdoor fitness participation – luckily, however, ATLETA is running our morning City 2 Surf training all through winter, up until race weekend on August 9. Need an excuse to […]

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Sports Injury Occurrence and Rehabilitation – Part 2 of 3

Running is one of the most popular exercise pursuits Australia-wide. Australia plays host to the largest Fun-run in the world, the City 2 Surf, as well as hosting a mass of other fun runs, half marathons, marathons and ultra-marathons (over 50km and past 160km long in some cases!) Australia also has a large participation in […]

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