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Training Tips

Kokoda Track River Crossing

Top tips for tackling The Kokoda Trail

The Kokoda Track in the mountainous jungles of Papua New Guinea has to be one of the most iconic multi-day treks for Australians to tackle. People return with massive smiles and tales of sucking mud, leeches, boots that never dry and long hot days pushing up and down the mountain tracks trying not to trip […]

Holiday Workouts

Silly Season is upon us. Here is an exercise in damage limitation, whilst on holiday:

Joe’s Garage Gym ‘Holiday Pudding Blasting Workout!’

As we gear up for another festive season, gym members are going away and taking a break, I often get asked, “What can I do to stay fit over xmas if away from the gym?”    “How can I train quickly and effectively?” and, “What pieces of equipment will give me the most bang for […]

Squat the difference? The Olympic and Back Squat

Hello and welcome to my first ever blog for Joes Garage Gym. Over the coming months I will be researching and writing articles on Boxing, Strength & Conditioning and also Olympic Weightlifting. I intend to provide relevant information that you can all understand, adapt and use in the much-loved classes. Enjoy….

Training to be Fit and Healthy

What is being fit and healthy? What is the best way to get fit and healthy? What is fitness? Now there is a question! Being fit is being the best you can be, to feel good about yourself, to cope with a number of situations, to have a good sense of your abilities and spatial awareness, […]

Fitness Tip: Exercising Outdoors

Guys, just flew in on Saturday night from a great trip to Nepal with trek clients. Thought I’d quickly put up another video post showing as an example, how little equipment you need to put together a great workout.