The Fitter Futures Blog

Faster, Higher, STRONGER!

Inspiration leads to imitation. The 2032 Summer Olympics in Brisbane, Australia, is likely to inspire a new generation of athletes and provide a tremendous boost to sports development to the region. Young adolescents, in particular athletes, are great emulators. The mantra of inspiration and imagination – “I can see myself doing that” – is a fundamental motivator and needs to be nurtured and supported. In the beginning, children often begin to play and show an interest in sports. This early play and exploration inevitably leads to participation in organised activities or team sports. As years progress, adolescents begin to show drive and determination and become more interested in certain sports. It is at this point, they show ambition and are ready to commit to training with intent.

Will Lifting Weights Help You Lose Fat?

Do you want to lose body fat? If so, then weight training will help you do that. Here’s how. Resistance training and lifting weights is…

The Risks of Early Sport Specialisation

Focusing on a single sport at a young age has become increasingly popular in our culture. Too often primary aged children have chosen their sport…

Why Strength Training is Important for Women

When you think about strength training perhaps you picture a sweaty gym filled with grunting men lifting very heavy weights. Some women avoid strength training…

Strength Training vs Pilates Benefits

Are you confused about what form of exercise will best help you achieve your fitness goals? Both strength training and Pilates are popular forms of…

How To Help Your Child Build a Positive Body Image

Over the past decade, poor body image in children and teenagers has become a pervasive issue. This is no coincidence when you look at how…

Why Kids Need to Play a Variety of Sports

If you’ve got a sporty kid who is showing promise in a particular sport, you may feel pressure from coaches or school to really focus…

8 Ways to Motivate Children to Exercise

Most parents want their children or teens to be moving more. Battling screen time can be a constant mission, going for a walk doesn’t spark…


As the Winter holidays are upon us, I begin to think about the phrase surviving the holidays. Holidays must be driven by the things we love to do – being with family and friends, eating well, moving and resting at the right times and opportunities. Through this approach, we will all thrive – not just survive – the Winter Break!

A Family who TRAINS together, STAYS together!

The saying “a family who trains together, stays together” suggests that engaging in physical activity or training as a family, can strengthen the bond between family members and promote a sense of togetherness. For many Australians, engaging in a physical activity as a family used to come in the form of a Sunday afternoon walk. However, at Fitter Futures, we provide an environment where the whole family can be involved – observing and participating, role modelling for each other, learning that hard work pays off, and most of all showing the value of staying active, at no matter what stage of life.

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