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Sarah Cowley Ross has recently retired from the sport of athletics where she excelled at heptathlon, attending the 2012 Olympic Games and 2006 Commonwealth Games and more recently the high jump at the 2014 Commonwealth Games. Sarah has been a long supported of AUT Millennium, having made the facility her training home, and was a Scholarship Athlete for many years.

Sarah Cowley-Ross: Rio 2016 – the countdown is on!

In two months time the worlds greatest athletes will descend on Rio with the world watching. 10,000 athletes will compete across 42 Olympic sports...

Pushing through when the going gets tough!

There are certain times when you’re in the middle of an exercise or class and your brain decides; quite frankly I’ve had enough! It’s...

Exercise Efficiency. Get in. Get out. Get it done!

We all lead busy lives and when we are time pressured it’s very easy to put your own exercise needs on the back burner. As...

Sarah Cowley-Ross: Making Training Fun

We are a rugby mad lot in New Zealand and it’s been fantastic to see how sport can truly capture a nation over the...

Sarah Cowley-Ross: Use your breath!

Our breath is our life force. During exercise our breath can help us go past what we thought was possible. When we put our...

Sarah Cowley-Ross: Wonderful Water

With the excitement of the opening of the new Sir Owen G. Glenn National Aquatic Centre I though it was only appropriate to talk...

How to survive exercising in winter

Winter is not the time to hibernate from the gym. It’s a chance to try new classes, sign up for a winter event to...

Sarah Cowley – Setting up your day with a morning mobility...

Starting your day with the intention to succeed is a great platform to spring from. Getting going in your rhythm with a consistent morning...

Perfecting Posture

You have a busy life, which doesn’t necessarily promote good posture. We start by spending lots of time in the car, to lots of...

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