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Body composition

Slugs, snails and puppy dog tails? Or sugar, spice and all things nice? What are YOU made of?

Content by: Jaymee Dudley You know you’ve got bones; you know you’ve got muscle and you know you’ve got fat. But have you ever wondered how much of each you have? Body composition is a way of describing what your body is made up of. By analysing your body composition, you can accurately detect changes

Reliable fitness testing in schools

Wellness Testing in Schools – 2020

Content by:  Graham Dudley – CEO The Australian summer is nearly upon us as we wind down term 4 in schools across the nation.  Calling all PE and sports teachers to begin the planning for terms 1 and 2 2020 and fitness assessment of the students for wellbeing and performance. #TeamGWTAus are now taking bookings

Wellness Tracking Event

Wellness Camps – Kick Start Summer

Content by: Cameron Boehm – General Manager Welcome to the next generation of fitness classes. Introducing “GWT Wellness Camps”. With a clear vision of creating exceptional wellbeing and positive habitual change Wellness Camps seek to create an atmosphere that enhances growth and transformation, challenges movement literacy, is fun, vibrant and enjoyable to everyone and anyone.

The best exercises for osteoporosis

‘I’ve got a BONE to pick with you; The best exercises for osteoporosis’

Content by: Deanna Niceski – Accredited Exercise Physiologist Can you hear that? The signs and symptoms your skeletal system of 206 bones shows when its losing minerals more rapidly than they are being replenished? Trick question; you shouldn’t as osteoporosis is known as the ‘silent disease’. Fused together from cartilage in our younger years, our

Pilot of Wellness Tracking Victoria

Content by: TeamGPTInt – Creating Exceptional Wellbeing #TeamGWTAus are very proud to be piloting a brand new experience for the wider population around wellness tracking solutions for life, not just for the holidays. Traditionally gyms and personal trainers have had access to BIA (Bioelectrical Impedance Assessment or Body Composition) machines that are fixed in the

Information on wellness

The Glossary of Wellness

Content by: TeamGPTInt – Creating Exceptional Wellbeing Ever wanted to know what all the jargon means in sport science, exercise physiology and health?  Well Global Wellness Tracking are here to sort the facts from the fiction and explain even the longest words that earn a million points in scrabble. The Glossary of Wellness is a

Optimal Wellness Breathing

The secret weapon to optimal performance and wellness; Breathing

Content by: Deanna Niceski – Accredited Exercise Physiologist You’re probably thinking ‘I already know how to breathe’ why should I even bother? I can drop as many knowledge bombs as I like but if it doesn’t spark your why, there’s no point. My job is to educate you through language you resonate to and understand

Walk this way

“Walk THIS Way”

Content by: Deanna Niceski – Accredited Exercise Physiologist You can tell a lot by how someone struts their stuff. You can tell their mood by the skip in their step or even potential dysfunction and injury if you are really being observant. We do it every day, a recommended 10,000 steps but how does it

Smart ways to set goals

Steps to reaching your goals, not in a SMART way

Content by: Deanna Niceski – Accredited Exercise Physiologist I’d sound like a broken record if I discussed SMART goals in this blog, you’ve gone through that process since high school. It’s not quite New Years, so those ‘new year, new me’ goals we all set and cave to in the first 3 months isn’t where

Dont worry be happy

Don’t worry, be happy! STRESS and 10 simple ways to let it go

Content by: Deanna Niceski – Accredited Exercise Physiologist – Australians admit that stress affects 72% of their physical health and 64% of their mental health. – The three main causes for stress in Australians are financial concerns, health issues and family issues. – 51% of Aussies do not seek proper help for stress. – 35%