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Welcome to The Supply Vault

 

Here we love the idea of a healthy lifestyle and believe in the benefits an active life offers.

It is widely known physical activity can help to

* Reduce stress and promote vitality

* Promote psychological well-being and self esteem

* Reduce body fat and improve muscle and bone health

* Improve balance and co-ordination

* Prevent heart disease, stroke and high blood pressure

The Supply Vault is an Australian founded and owned company based in South East Qld and will always strive to bring you quality products and answer all inquirys in a timely manner. The balance in life between work, rest and play can sometimes prove to be difficult to manage. Part of our solution is to find quality products and make them easily available to the Australian public at a reasonable price to assist you in achieving your active lifestyle needs.

 

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Kettlebell Exercises

Kettlebell Exercises: Effective Types and Practical Evidence-based Benefits   Are you searching for the most effective kind of exercise or workout tool that you can use? If yes, then the answer might depend on what your body specifically needs. Nevertheless, it is good to look into pieces of evidence first before concluding that an instrument or type of exercise would be genuinely effective to your or not.   In this regard, among the most recommended types of workouts are those that use kettlebell. The following sections will explain to you some of the benefits of using this tool on your workout, according to evidence-based literature. Also, the specific types of exercises that you can do will be shared here as well.   Benefits according to Studies   There are already studies supporting and proving the benefits of using kettlebell in exercises. One of these is the research in 2011 of Jonathan Asher Falatic of San Jose State University entitled “The Effects of Kettlebell Training on Aerobic Capacity.” This study performed circuit workouts that consist free and body weight exercises for three (3) sessions in a week, for a total duration of four (4) weeks. The participants were divided into two (2) groups, namely: circuit weight training (CWT) control group and kettlebell (KB) intervention group. After the sessions, the following are the main findings:   –       Higher aerobic capacity: the increase in the maximal aerobic capacity of those in the KB group was higher by 6.4 percent compared with those in the CWT group; –       Weight loss: those in KB group lost 0.9 kilograms (kgs), on the average, from their...

Gaining Through Pain – Crossfit Workouts and Benefits

 You most likely already have heard about the intense but popular full-body workout called CrossFit; a coming together of  core training and gymnastics, cardio and weight lifting in one, developed to prepare the body through and through “not only for the unknown, but for the unknowable”.  Needless to say, it is a very tough workout that has to be taken seriously.   Not only the highly professional athletes in the world employ the CrossFit training but other institutions like police and military academies because of the principal strengthening that can be gained from the powerful program.   It a completely diverse kind of workout that helps you get the most out of every training because each is highly intense although short. The typical course is one commanding exercise followed by another with very little rest in between.   Each workout session is about 45 minutes to 1 hour in length; the routines take somewhere form 5 to 15 minutes to complete. The program necessitates a 3-5 days per week schedule but the same routine is not likely repeated in 1 week.   Because it is to a great extent rigorous, the workouts effect is that you become fit in every part as it involves your whole body requiring it to push, pull, run, row and squat among others.   Most CrossFit coaches develop an individual WOD (Workout of the Day) exercise, each with a main goal of making you healthy, strong and in shape to the maximum but fully functional.   WOD exercises are published on the official site and below are some of the extreme exercises which mostly...

Why Does Your Body Need Pilates

The charm of Pilates has now rubbed off to almost every fitness enthusiast. We wanted to just lay out facts in front of you and let you decide whether Pilates is for you or not. Pilates creator Joseph Pilates mentions the effect of Pilates on his life as “I must be right. Never an aspirin. Never injured a day in my life. The whole country, the whole world, should be doing my exercises. They’d be happier.” When Joseph Pilates gave this statement in 1965, he was 86 years of age. It might seem a little unbelievable to you. How can a man that old claim to have never been in pain or injured? Is Pilates really that good? It might very well be. Pilates training helps to improve their overall health by stabilizing their key muscles. It is all about balanced development of our bodies by strengthening our core muscles. Core is the large group of muscles that form the center of our body. These muscles include abdomen, lower back, hips and buttocks muscles. When Joseph Pilates moved to America, he introduced Pilates to New York. Initially dancers started practicing as it helped them to perform better. This lead people to believe that this exercise form is meant only for dancers. Slowly but steadily, people started accepting Pilates as they realized how it changed their own bodies as well. Pilates is Safe and Sequential Pilates exercises are sequential and it is designed so that the users move through the entire program safely. There is no isolation of exercises here. One exercise prepares you for the next one. The exercises always...

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