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50 Questions Every Youth Athlete Should Ask Themselves

Asking good questions is an excellent way to assess your performance and become more in tune with what to focus on to get better. At...

Train Easy. Train Hard.

Regular physical exercise makes your body stronger, especially when challenged with various strength and endurance tasks and, more importantly, when enough time is given...

The importance of ‘strength’ in strength and conditioning for the weekend...

Why strength train? The most touted benefits of exercise are cardio respiratory in nature which are especially responsive to ‘conditioning’ (think endurance and interval...

7 Steps to Creating a Training Programme That Works

We all want to get better at something. After all, self-improvement helps us perform better in the sports that we love. Learning new skills...

Deliberate practise: vital to your success as an athlete

Even now I remember the intense pain that shot through my left foot as I whacked my toe hard into the top of the...

Cross training: the benefits revealed

Cross training refers to the process of using different sports, or exercise mediums, in order to train for one specific task, position or sport. Historically...

Summer training: How to stay on track & keep improving

Now that school’s out and the summer holidays are here it can be easy to get distracted from working towards your sporting goals. Therefore,...

Kinetics Physiotherapy & Rehabilitation Hints: Your Young Athlete

This month’s Kinetics Physiotherapy & Rehabilitation Hints coincides with the opening of the new Sir Owen G. Glenn National Aquatic Centre, a fantastic new...

Reduce injuries by focusing on what matters most

Old school thinking says that, to make the top, athletes must do two things: work hard and train more than everyone else. One of those...

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Diving into a Passion: Sue’s Journey as a Swim School Teacher

Since February 2023, Sue has been a dedicated swimming school teacher at AUT Millennium, embarking on a fulfilling path that intertwines her love for...

Weight training and cardio – together or separate?

Which should I do first - cardio or weights? Is doing cardio better than lifting weights for me? These are two questions I’ve found...

Parents, What You Say After the Game Matters

It’s difficult to contain your emotions when you care deeply about something, or someone, and things go wrong. Remember how it felt the last...

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