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The Types of Careers Available Through Sport Science

Studying sport science may not be the most popular choice in terms of tertiary education, but it can open a world of opportunities in those wanting to pursue a sports-related career. These are some of the most common career types … Continue reading

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How to Combat Hitting the Wall While Running

It’s every runner’s worst nightmare – one minute you’re running along at a steady pace, when all of a sudden it feels as if your legs are made of cement. Every step seems to take increasingly more effort and your … Continue reading

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Replacing Sports Drinks with Coconut Water

You may well have seen coconut water filling the shelves of your favourite stores over the past few years. This healthy drink is fast taking over from traditional sports drinks, offering a natural alternative that still boasts all the same … Continue reading

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The Best Pre-Workout Supplements

Following a regular exercise regime is incredibly healthy for our bodies, but it also takes a toll on them. The strain of working out can cause muscles to tear, the body to lose important fluids, and overall tiredness. One way … Continue reading

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Training Your Brain To Win

When it comes down to winning, any athlete will tell you that psychology plays a big role in success. But just as it takes practice to get to the top of your game, win big in eSports betting Australia or … Continue reading

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