Health and Handstands
Training Around An Injury
As much as a handstand is a fancy looking skill to have, it comes with a moral message that sits very close to our hearts at SOF.
Nothing worthwhile (particularly your health) comes easily or quickly. Having and maintaining the skill of a handstand can be compared to having good health.
Are You In Control?
I’m injured, but I want to train.
Where do I begin?
Warming Up - Part 2 of 2
You’ve probably heard the old saying “You can lead a horse to water but you can’t make it drink.”
Well, it’s true.
Especially when it relates to health and fitness.
Warming Up - Part 1 of 2
In our last post, we touched on warming up. In particular, the difference between your sympathetic state and your parasympathetic state. If you missed out, click HERE to read it.
For today’s post, we’re going to break it down further.
So, how do you switch from your parasympathetic state to your sympathetic state when exercising?
Building a Fit House
What is it and why is it so hard to do?
Back Pain - Hurting the Australian Economy More Than Your Spine.
One of our favourite examples to put individual “perspective” into being fitter is using the building of a house.
How To Define Your Fitness
Back pain affects more than 80% of the Australian Population and is felt more than just in your back.
Read more here.
Stuff We're Working On
For a word that is thrown around quite often, actually understanding what Fitness means can be a little more complex than first thought.
Read more here.
Over the past 12 months, I have been fortunate enough to come onboard as a consultant with Touch Football Australia. My role was to help assist with their S&C program and training development, in particular with the Open Women’s Squad in the lead up to the World Cup in April (2019).