Discover Your Workouts
Discover Your Workouts
Discover Your Workouts
2 days ago
The bar is ready. Are you going to step up to it this week? #HammerStrengthAu
4 days ago
When athletes get injured, they can experience both physical and emotional distress. Recent research out of the UK has looked at how meditation practice might be used to treat athletic injury. Read the full article at our website: #HammerStrengthAu
6 days ago 1
From our friends over at Life Fitness Australia, this video takes you through some of the new features on the Life Fitness cardio Discover SE3 and SE3HD consoles to make your cardio experience as fun as can be. For more information on the Discover SE3 and SE3HD consoles, contact our team at #HammerStrengthAu
15 January at 11:43
New from Hammer Strength Australia: a new range of free weights and accessories to provide facilities with a full line of quality training tools, including bumper plates, dumbbells and fixed barbells. For more information on the new accessories range, check out #HammerStrengthAu
14 January at 12:21 3
Which grip do you use for barbell rows? In this video, PT and online coach Matt Hampton - Ripped Training & Fitness goes over the different grips and the correct form for the barbell row to hit the target muscles and maximise your workout. #HammerStrengthAu
11 January at 13:33 1
Getting properly set up on a machine is important for both your comfort and success while working out. In this video, Life Fitness Australia Academy Global Master Trainer Gavin Aquilina takes us through some tips for setting up on the Hammer Strength Australia shoulder press and getting the most out of the exercise. #HammerStrengthAu
09 January at 12:19 1
Exercise can reverse heart damage and prevent the risk of future cardiac disease and failure, research from the US has found. The study suggests that if people begin exercising before late middle age (around 65), they can benefit. But wait too long and it may be too late. Read the full story at our website: #HammerStrengthAu
07 January at 10:36
Be your own inspiration. #HammerStrengthAu
04 January at 11:35
Ten minutes a day of high-intensity exercise may be beneficial for children, study finds. Research out of the US has found that replacing low-intensity exercise with brief periods of higher-intensity or vigorous physical activity may be beneficial for the health of young people, particularly when it comes to their risk of diabetes, heart disease and stroke later in life. Read the full story on our website. #HammerStrengthAu
02 January at 09:21
We're back for 2019! Who's set some fitness goals already? #HammerStrengthAu