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10 Healthy Carbs that will Fuel your Training!BlackburnThe more you train, the more carbohydrates you'll need to fuel your muscles. However, it's important to remember that not all carbohydrate dense foods will give you the same benefits. If foods are high in sugar they will give you a spike of energy but then it will drop quickly.
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Why using Vision Virtual Training is importantTemplestoweHere at Vision personal training Templestowe, we have some great personal trainers coaching people to hit their health and fitness goals. But your personal trainer is not the only source of help and information that you have when you get started with Vision. Potentially the 2nd most important tool (other than your personal trainer) you will come across in your journey is Vision Virtual Training (VVT).
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Are you sticking to your New Year’s resolutions?IndooroopillyJanuary 2017 is almost over and some of you may be well on your way to achieving those goals you set for yourself on New Year's. If that's the case, congratulations and keep it up! But for those of you who have already thrown your resolutions out the window, do not despair! It is never too late to make a fresh start! Here are a few tips to help you set your goals for 2017 and achieve them.
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Don't Forget To Enjoy YourselfHawthorn6 months after an injury timeout that resulted in him dropping out of the Top 10 for the first time in over a decade, Roger Federer couldn't wait to start his 2017 campaign and begin the long road back to the top of men's tennis. For years now, I've listened to people condemn arguably the greatest tennis player of all time due to his recent inability to win the major tournaments and say that he is merely a shadow of his former self and should just hang up the racket and retire. "What has he got left to prove" Is what I often hear these people say. Roger Federer turned professional in 1998 and has inspired a generation of athletes and countless people from all walks of life with his exceptional grace and professionalism and a passion for his sport that is unrivalled in the professional sporting world. So I suppose the non-believers (as I like to call them) do have a point. Why, as he enters his 36th year, does he continue to put his aging body on the line in a highly physically demanding sport against an upcoming young generation of players desperately trying to break through to the top with him? It's because he loves the game. I honestly believe that Roger Federer feels exactly the same way about tennis now that he did when he first picked up a racket. He just wants to play because he loves it!
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