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Women’s Health Magazine Trained With The Australian Olympic Rugby Team And This Is What Happened

As WH Editor Jacqui Mooney and I are driving to the Sydney Academy of Sport and Recreation in Narrabeen, where the Aussie 7s train every day, regret starts to kick in. Why on earth did we agree to take part in the training of the Olympic-gold-medal-winning women’s Rugby 7s? It doesn’t help that yesterday we… Keep Reading

What Do You Track? Key Metrics To Monitor And Improve Performance

“If you’re not testing, you’re guessing” is a revolving yet relevant saying within the world of sport. This isn’t to say that basing training on feel is over, far from it. Perception and ‘sensory data’ of how your body is responding is the most critical and influential piece of the athletic-puzzle. However, in the midst… Keep Reading

Do You Need To Refrain From Coffee To Get The Maximal Effect Of Caffeine?

A very popular belief in sports is that in order to get maximum effect of caffeine in competition you need to withdraw from caffeine in the days or even weeks leading up to it. The theory is quite attractive, because it seems to make sense that some caffeine habituation will take place. It is believed… Keep Reading

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LET’S GET MENTAL: A blog by Heidi See

When we talk about fitness in a literal sense, we think about being physically fit and healthy. But for me, and many other people in my position, fitness is often the the foundation for every life decision I make. If I’m not reaching my full potential physically, I am unable to do my job right.… Keep Reading

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