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Do you struggle to find the time to fit in your physio or osteo appointment around your busy lifestyle despite being in pain and unable to achieve your exercise goals our perform to your best!
 
Here at TIRC we offer an unlimited therapy membership so our hours are your hours! We know that work can really put you behind when it comes to looking after yourself! This model offers you the flexibility of choosing your hours as well as getting full team care from TIRC therapists!
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Difference Between Snatch and Clean & Jerk

The benefits of these two exercises are undeniable.


  • The movements use just about every muscle in the body and not only test pure strength but require large amounts of power, agility, flexibility, mobility, proprioception and speed.

    There is a slight difference between the clean and jerk and snatch. With good technique, you can lift ~20% more load with a clean and jerk as it requires more raw strength compared to the snatch which on the other hand, requires more flexibility, mobility and coordination.

    Other Benefits of olympic weight lifting and variations are cardiovascular benefits, anaerobic endurance, develops core and back strength, movement patterns and motor skills, improves balance, vertical jump and power and increases testosterone levels to stimulate growth and lose fat.

    If you want to learn how to start lifting without wrecking yourself, or simply improve your lifts and hit a new personal best, feel better, move better and perform better visit http://bit.ly/2OWTZpn...
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But What About Endurance For Runners?

Research continues to support the implementation of slow and heavy resistance training for runners, as we know for example, the calf and Achilles can take any where from 5 to 8x our body weight.
 
This type of load cannot be achieved from performing exercises with 15-20 reps of a resistance exercise! But what about developing my endurance we hear you say! 🤔
 
Well the good news is, research shows that by implementing heavy strength training, our endurance can be maintained or improved through the sport itself rather than specific exercises, whether it be running or team based sports! Put simply, leave the endurance for running, not the gym! 😮
 
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Runners and Sports Stars!

A study by Lauersen (2013) found that conducting a strength and conditioning training program across a wide range of sports, reduced injuries to less than 1/3 and reduced overuse injuries by almost 50%!
 
Its coming close to the end of the year, which means pre season is just around the corner for all your winter sports! Don't let your season by interrupted by injury!
 
If you'd like to feel better, move better and perform better visit www.injuryrehab.com.au
 
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Strength and Conditioning for Runners

Research shows S&C can reduce risk of overuse injuries by up to 50% and Improves running economy and performance! 😱
 
A study from 2008 by Yamamoto et al found that runners who performed strength training and plyometric exercises increased their running economy by 4.6 % 👍
 
To put this in context of a running performance , that's about a 16 second improvement in a a 3 km run!
 
Unfortunately research shows up to 70% of runners are not doing adequate volume of S&C 😬 Don't avoid these simple solutions for great results! 😁
 
If you'd like to feel better, move better and perform better visit www.injuryrehab.com.au
 
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