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Hi everyone; From all the instructors and other staff at Synergy we hope you have had a great term and have gotten back into the swing of the school terms smoothly after summer! As usual we would like to thank all our swimmers and their families for swimming with us. Download a .pdf of this...
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All the best athletes in the world train to improve their speed and agility, on game day it’s the difference between losing your marker, being 1st to the ball, taking that gap, turning to tackle the opposition… making the winning plays! So why not adopt the same advanced techniques professional athletes use to increase your...
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Challenge Day – Thursday the 14th, who will take the title, bragging rights and $40 vouchers to the Lighthouse cinema! Our athletes lined up in teams of four to take on the challenge 
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Prehabilitation – Why you should include Core Stability Training in Pre-Season. As an athlete chances are at some time you’ll incur an injury involving damage to, your back, groin, hamstrings or knee, often your physiotherapist or trainer will prescribe core stability exercises as part of your rehabilitation. Be prepared… Prehabilitation, historically pre season training programs...
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Our ‘in house’ Results HQ Games were held for the second time this year last Friday! The RHQ Games was a big success back in July and the one held last Friday did not fail to impress!! Straddy was back with a vengeance this time round as his team lost back in July to Sarah’s...
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Perfect for rapid improvement in Technique and Fitness. We’ve got a couple of spots left in our Adult Swim Squad that runs from November through to late January (incl a break for Christmas). Head Swim Coach Kate Andal is running this squad which is designed for an intermediate level swimmer. The squad is best suited for...
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The University of Wisconsin-La Crosse’s Department of Exercise and Sport Science conducted a training study about Kettlebells. Here are the results: Significant improvements in VxO2max (arerobic capacity); Improvement in leg press strength; Improvement in grip strength; Enhanced dynamic balance; Improvement in core strength. This confirms what we (and those Russian soldiers!) know already; Kettlebells are...
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