It's important when you're weight training to be able to feel the target muscle working. One technique that can help with this is using static holds during an exercise. In this video, PT and competitive bodybuilder Nathan Falcke explains how this small change can help improve your lifting technique — and thus your overall fitness.
Hammer Strength Australia racks are always ready for a workout. Create great spaces for performance training and maximise training space with our HD Athletic range.
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4 days ago 20
Do you have one of these in your facility? The Hammer Strength Australia Lateral Raise machine features pads optimised for middle deltoid stimulation, along with pivoting handles to accommodate users of all sizes. The Lateral Raise is pin-loaded, so it's ideal for drop sets and finishing off a workout with a nice pump.
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6 days ago 13
Another big Fitness Show in Sydney for the Hammer Strength Australia crew. To really feel the quality of a Hammer Strength rack, or plate loaded machine, head to booth #1530 on level 4 and try the equipment out for yourself.
7 days ago 38
#buildingchampions at the Fitness Show, Sydney! Booth #1530. Are you ready? #hammerstrengthau
Do you know how to use the Hammer Strength Australia Ground Base Jammer? In this video, trainers from UFC GYM Wetherill Park demonstrate the correct technique to get the most out of this explosive athletic training equipment.
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10 April at 16:00 18
The Hammer Strength Australia unilateral leg extension is part of our MTS (Motion Technology Selectorized) range. Unilateral motion in a lower body machine is exclusive to Hammer Strength. This independent motion brings variety to leg training, whether you want better isolation or need to improve your balance.
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09 April at 12:39 7
New research has found that exercise is more important to maintaining weight loss than diet. These findings suggest that the key to losing weight and keeping it off is physical activity rather than restrictive eating.
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08 April at 14:23 12
A great way to incorporate a few different exercises in a short amount of time is using supersets — two exercises performed back-to-back.
In this video, personal trainer Jo Weaver takes you through a leg superset that incorporates a free weight Hammer Strength Australia kettlebell stiff-legged deadlift and a machine leg extension using the pin-loaded strength Life Fitness Australia Insignia Series.
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