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  • So here it is, the most important question that every athlete wants answered… how to feel good on comp day? Every athlete has their own routine, some are stricter than others. Don’t get me wrong habits and patterns of training are important, but I think the problem arises when routines or good habits turn into […]

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  • Using Blood Flow Restriction (BFR) for Calf Mass

    By starttraining | In Education, News | on July 27, 2019

    Case Study One of my favourite topics is the area of Blood Flow Restriction training (BFR). BFR, known as other names such as occlusion, KAATSU, ischaemic, or hypoxic training involves the reduction of oxygenated blood flowing to the muscle while preventing deoxygenated blood returning out of the muscle. In short, this creates a by-product accumulation […]

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  • PROCESS BEHIND EXERCISE SELECTION FOR THE KNEE

    By starttraining | In Education, News | on July 27, 2019

    Process Behind Exercise Selection for the Knee We are taking enrolments for our ESSA Accredited course “Process Behind Exercise Selection for the Knee”. Course Schedule Location: START Training, 4/24 Finsbury St,Newmarket, Brisbane QLD Dates: 24th August & 16th November Special information required: Walking distance to Wilston train station. Parking available (no cost) on street. CPD […]

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  • Goal setting is a crucial part of any athletic journey, it aids in maintaining motivation, keeping an athlete focused and most importantly allowing PERSPECTIVE. Perspective is a bit of a buzz word that is thrown around but when used appropriately can be the difference between a junior athlete transitioning to the senior ranks and quitting […]

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  • Recovery Strategies

    By starttraining | In Education, News | on July 5, 2019

    Post exercise recovery is extremely important, whether you are an elite athlete, social team sports player or a regular gym goer. It “is a vital component of the overall exercise training paradigm, and paramount for high-level performance and continued improvement”1. As disappointing as this may be to hear, the best approach after exercise isn’t necessarily […]

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  • The substantial research behind the benefits of exercise for general health and wellbeing in healthy populations right through to quality of life in end stage clinical populations has been well established. Guidelines have been set for many populations and people with a disability are no exception. Unfortunately, a significant majority are insufficiently active when it […]

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  • Osgood schlatters is a condition most feared by growing athletes. Its diagnosis is often vague with no real direction for the athlete other than rest and waiting. It can be extremely painful and debilitating for young athletes. Firstly, Osgood Schlatters is pain on the tibial tuberosity of the knee and is related to the development […]

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  • Training Considerations for Obstacle Course Races

    By admin admin | In Education, News | on May 21, 2019

    About Obstacle Course Racing Obstacle course racing (OCR) has gained significant popularity over the past decade. Records date back to the appearance in Ancient Greek times right through to current use in the military for training and war preparation. Nowadays, professional obstacle course racers take to courses in the forms of True Grit, Tough Mudder, […]

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  • Injury Prevention for Athletes with a Disability

    By admin admin | In Education, News | on April 10, 2019

    With the recent Invictus and Para-Commonwealth Games in 2018, an ever-growing light has shifted towards viewership of disability sport. Names like Kurt Fearnly, Dylan Alcott, and Brendan Hall have risen to be somewhat household names in the world of Australian para-sport. This focus and augmented popularity at the elite level has aided the promotion of […]

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  • What is the NDIS? Since July 2016, the NDIS has commenced its rollout across the state. The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) aims to provide individualized support for people with a disability, carers and families through funding for supports and services. 4.3 million Australians have a disability and the NDIS hopes to cover approximately 460 […]

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