Training to Be a True Athlete

In my opinion, life is pretty boring without sport.
I’m sure most of you would agree. And, by now, I’d bet all the sports fans in your household are getting antsy. Parents may even be reminiscing about the days of smelly kids piling into the car, catching up with the other parents while watching the game, and the wafts of coffee and sizzling bacon coming from the canteen. The kids are missing their teammates, the competition and the release of energy.

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Coaching: The Wright School

Whether your child is 8 years old or closer to 18, parents should look for a performance coach who can help their kids develop the foundation skills to help them excel on the rugby field. The right foundation will give your child the edge over other players and help them stay injury free – especially if they want to become a professional player down the track.

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Cricket: Australian Women Triumph!

Set yourself apart from the competition by adding strength and conditioning to your cricket training program.

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Today’s Golfers Focus on Strength Training

Golf at Youth Olympics

Golf is a very popular sport around Queensland, Australia and the globe. It is played on all levels, from social to professional with approximately 10% of the Australian population participating in the sport. With the growing popularity of golf in Australia, and an increased understanding of how strength and conditioning leads to improved performance, this means that there is an ever-growing need and want for the two components to be combined. With three of the four major competitions occurring over the next 4 months including the US Masters, US Open and British Open, it’s easy to see why.

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Game, set, match!

Training for Tennis

Whether your child is 8 years old or closer to 18, parents should look for a performance coach who can help their kids develop the foundation skills to help them excel on the rugby field. The right foundation will give your child the edge over other players and help them stay injury free – especially if they want to become a professional player down the track.

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The Diversity of Sport: Influences on Strength and Conditioning Training

Strength Training for TKD

Whether your child is 8 years old or closer to 18, parents should look for a performance coach who can help their kids develop the foundation skills to help them excel on the rugby field. The right foundation will give your child the edge over other players and help them stay injury free – especially if they want to become a professional player down the track.

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