10am til Noon. Not limited to lifting, you can work on your body weight skills or anything you like really. Don’t forget about Benchmark Training, still time to hit a “Girl”, “Games” or “Hero” workout. You can also use this time as an Open Gym Session, just make sure you have a plan.

SUNDAY READING/WATCHING

Run Lighter: Say No to “Pounding the Pavement”

Have you ever been next to a runner and you can hear their feet “pounding” the pavement? Or stomping the box during box jumps? Or maybe this is you? I was this person, too, pushing off my back foot as hard as I could, then sticking my heel out in front and crashing down to the ground — also known as the “accepted” mode of running which usually leads to either an animosity towards running or the inevitable injury. I went the injury route and went through hamstring pain, shin splints, and plantar fascitis for several years.

Action from last Sunday’s 41° Weightlifting Club Olympic Weightlifting Comp

Keep hearing about the NZ Fitness League but want to know more?

Overview


The New Zealand Fitness League is an inter-club competition platform. Teams will compete head to head against local opponents and simultaneously against the rest of the country in the sport of fitness.

The league is designed to be inclusive and to accommodate a range of skill and fitness levels. This will be achieved through Premier and Open divisions.

Each team will have a squad with as many members as you wish as long as they are all members of the same gym but only 6 (3 male & 3 females) compete in each ‘Head 2 Head’ event.

The 2016 season will run for five rounds with the top two teams in each region progressing to the semi finals and the winner on to the finals.

More information HERE.