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Habit Elite Personal Trainer, Luis Carvalho shares how to optimise your recovery on the BOSU ball and why it’s a fantastic tool for restoring strength and balance.
Did you know that 50% of New Zealanders will be likely to experience mental illness at some point in their lives? Habit Physiotherapist, Heather Hickey demystifies some of the stigmas around mental illness in this quick read. Identify the difference between good and bad stressors, learn about common warning signs and discover some simple coping techniques you can try yourself. (15min read)
Nisa is an underwear label that employs women from refugee backgrounds. All of their organic cotton garments are made in their Wellington studio. We've teamed up with Nisa to help them out with their wellness goals for their staff, and wanted to spread the word about their awesome brand to our Habit community. Get 15% off with promo code HABIT in September.
Everyone should be given the opportunity to feel great about themselves, so we’ve created an environment to challenge you and push you to discover the best of your own ability. Better yet, we're now offering you the opportunity to experience our famous full-body High-Intensity Resistance Training sessions in the heart of Wellington's CBD, located at one of the countries most prestigious facilities - Habit Majestic Centre.
Train like a superhero and do some good in the process. This August we're partnering with Ronald McDonald House Charities to help our communities. For every 10-session SGPT pass, we'll donate 10% to RMHC. Talk to the Customer Care Team at reception. Do good, feel great, this August at Habit.
Starts Monday 5 August.
Whether you're rehabilitating a specific muscle group or just want to get more out of your workout, don't overlook the humble resistance band. Habit Personal Trainer Poppy Cogswell dives into the many benefits of this flexible piece of exercise gear and shares some handy workouts you can try yourself at home or in the gym.
Tendinopathy of the lateral epicondyle or tennis elbow as it's best known is far more commonplace than you might think. Find out exactly what happens to the muscles in the arm and wrist when stressed. Physiotherapist Jimmy Tie explores common causes and treatments for this painful affliction.