Tag Archives: Athlete

ACL Injuries in Women #2

A recent study has found that 20 minutes of exercise three times per week can reduce anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries in women by 60%. But what exercises should we do? Although the ACL is an integral part of the knee, the knee itself is not the area of focus for the exercises, we have […]

Train Smarter Not Harder – The Facts About Supercompensation

In this blog post we will go through how to structure a training week in the most efficient way possible as well as explaining the very important concept that is supercompensation! More and more people are heading into the gym these days with a similar goal, whether that be to increase muscle mass, increase strength […]

Rolling in and out through ankle injuries…

Ankle injury! We’ve all been there right? Or at least you know of someone that has?  That dreaded, instant gut-wrenching pain of an ankle roll during a game of netball, at the school sports or during a harmless jog around the park… Ugh, ankle injuries. Unfortunately ankle injuries can be an ongoing issue and you […]

Coach Jake Shannon – Unstable Surface Training

Bosu balls have their place in a rehab setting and in some cases with the elderly. So if you’ve had a knee replacement or major surgery recently they have a place in your rehab plan. They have a place! That’s it; they can’t be the staple of your rehab and they most certainly shouldn’t be […]

Strength & Conditioning vs Personal Training

By Bodyfit NT Strength and Conditioning Coach Jake Shannon I often get asked what the difference is between a Personal Trainer and a Strength and Conditioning Coach. It’s a great question because while the industry is the same and from the outside both may seem very similar, both play a very different role. Both professions can clearly […]