Improving Athletic Performance

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A floor based program to improve and condition gymnastics and bodyweight positioning.

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This is our official position on nutrition. These principles abide by and support the Range of Motion Model of Health and hold true for all individuals.

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Programming Around CNS/Neuromuscular Fatigue. A programming template that can be applied to training to maximise the amount of training you can complete while minimising the risks of overtraining.

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The 12 things you should be doing in training to become a better CrossFitter.

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Range of Motion shares the lessons and strategy from the first 2014 Allstars Affiliate Series Qualifier in Perth.

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We're excited to announce that Physiotherapist Penny Stern is joining Range of Motion's Clinic team.

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Barely a week goes by when someone doesn't post the question on social media, "Is it possible to be too strong?". FOR A CROSSFITTER, the answer is YES to all these things - IF YOU HAVE SACRIFICED SOMETHING ELSE TO GET THERE.

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We expore the best way to plan your training with 'My Fitness File' for maximum effect for athletes of varying levels.

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The time of CrossFIt athletes following generalised programming and expecting competition success is over. The time of CrossFIt athletes following 'cookie-cutter, one-size-fits-all' periodisation programming and expecting competition success is over. Yes, competitive CrossFitters MUST periodise, but this periodisation MUST BE INDIVIDUALISED.

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The purpose of this article is two-fold, to teach strategies for bracing, and to explain it's physiology.

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