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.
Through education and data tracking, we create self-awareness and challenge people to make a positive LIFE-change.
It’s about understanding and exploring your bodies wonders, reconnecting with your fundamental roots and knowing your amazing capabilities. All with the support of the awesome team at GWT.
Do you accept the challenge?
What to expect?
- Introduction to Global Wellness Tracking
- 45-minute movement session
- Reflection on the session and support and education moving forward
The very content of the session is mirrored in the resources of Global Wellness Tracking and clients can choose to take the fun learning in to their daily routines.
How Do I Book?
- Check out the Wellness Camp events at https://au.globalwellnesstracking.com
- Select the best for you and register
- Pay...oh! Nothing 🙂
Treat yourself to some education around your own wellness and then reinforce it with professional and personal tracking with #TeamGWTAus.
By providing impact and power through our body, staying active with exercises such as hiking, playing tennis, running and dancing will help with building bone density.
Using the right resistance and establishing a suitable training load is one of the most effective and significant ways to improve BMD. There is sufficient evidence that supports strength training as the best exercises for osteoporosis.
Explosive, powerful exercises that challenge our muscles also have greater improvements in BMD. Movements such as jumping, skipping and hopping activate our elastic properties, test our structural tensegrity and reaction time. Plyometric training can be daunting for some, but it doesn’t have to be that intense, you can start slowly (stepping patterns) and progress. The aim is to progressively overload our skeletal system to see the desired results.
Even though training our proprioception doesn’t have a direct effect on the strength of our bones, finding your balance and incorporating this component into your programs can help to prevent falls which in turn, reduces the risk of fractures.
Luckily, we have amazing bodies that love to heal, restore and repair. So, it’s not too late to turn back time, and to find a way (pause for Cher chorus).
“To thrive in life, you need three bones. A wishbone. A backbone. And a funny bone.” – Reba McEntire