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URT Ultimate Results Training

URT Ultimate Results Training

A locally owned and operated private gym, that offers Group Training and Personal Training. Our fully air conditioned gym can help you reach your fitness goals, as well as offers fitness challenges throughout the year to keep you motivated!

πŸƒ PERFORMANCE WINNERS πŸ‹β€β™€οΈWe had some excellent performance results for this challenge! As you'd expect, the most consistent trainers improved the most and performed the best.Here are our top times for our males (M) and females (F);➑️ 100m Skierg sprintM - 15.6s βž–οΈ F - 20.4s➑️ 72/102kg Hex holdM - 2:06m βž–οΈ F - 1:42m➑️ URT 1km runM - 3:23m βž–οΈ F - 4:40mImprovements were too numerous to list, but a lot of 10-30% increases across the board. The objective standardisation of our performance testing leaves no grey area on results achieved, which is how you know you're on a level playing field πŸ˜‰.⚠️ Next challenge (starting 18/07) is filling up fast, only 2 weeks left to get yourself sorted!Don't procrastinate, commit.Improve your life through sports nutritionist advice, and university qualified training programs.πŸ“§ mel@ultimateresultstraining.com.auOr message us πŸ™‚.🧑 URT Team ... See MoreSee Less
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πŸ’ͺ BODY COMP WINNERS 🦡We had some awesome results and the top 3 were all really close, as well as a couple of close runner ups.1️⃣ The top 3 from the muscle gained category put on 7kg of lean, mean tissue! (14% cumulatively)2️⃣ And the top 3 from the 'lean up' group dropped 20kg of body fat! (37% cumulatively)Great results considering the healthy lifestyle and sustainable results approach we take!Our next challenge starts in 2.5 weeks, so if you want to see yourself in these pics next time, send us a message or email mel@ultimateresultstraining.com.au. πŸ˜„πŸ§‘ URT Team ... See MoreSee Less
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πŸ₯³ 8 WEEK CHALLENGE WRAP 🀯Great work to everyone who had a crack at the challenge! We had a lot of people really close in 4th, 5th & 6th places as well, so killer work by a lot of people!But without further ado... πŸ₯πŸ’ͺ BODY COMPOSITION 🦡BODY FAT LOST1️⃣ Vicki F - 13.86% 2️⃣ Declan H - 13.35% 3️⃣ Kathy M - 9.90%MUSCLE GAINED1️⃣ Lauren S - 5.24% 2️⃣ Cathee W - 5.08% 3️⃣ Declan H - 3.76%πŸƒ PERFORMANCE πŸ‹β€β™€οΈMOST IMPROVED1️⃣ Karl A - 13 2️⃣ Sam S - 11 3️⃣ Pam L - 10TOP PERFORMER1️⃣ Matthew H - 16 2️⃣ Bill H - 19 3️⃣ Matt B - 22And that's a wrap! πŸ‘ŠπŸ‘Next awesome challenge kicks of in a few weeks! Reserve your spot by emailing πŸ“§ mel@ultimateresultstraining.com.auClients from Group training, Personal training, Exercise physiology, Sports nutrition & Fitness Passport can all join in! πŸ˜ŠπŸ—“ Induction: 16/07Challenge start: 18/07Your health and fitness is your responsibility, take a step in the right direction!🧑 Team URT ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

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Hey guys, πŸ‘‹I’m back with some quick fire facts about training. Today’s topic is explaining the 3 different types of muscle contraction that can occur during exercise, how each one differs from each other, and how to use them appropriately to achieve your goals! πŸ‘1. Isometric contraction πŸ’ͺThese are contractions of the target muscle where there is NO change in the length of the muscle or any associated limb movement. 2. Isotonic contraction πŸ’ͺMost common and utilised form, when a muscle changes length under load. There are two types: β€’ An isotonic concentric contraction involves shortening of the targeted muscle under load, making the muscle thicker.β€’ An isotonic eccentric contraction causes the muscle to lengthen under load, making the muscle thinner. This contraction I would deem the most important in terms of control of the movement on the downward phase, as it is working to resist the force.3. Isokinetic contraction πŸ’ͺDespite being uncommon, the benefits of isokinetic movements allow muscles to exert maximum force within the range of joint movement at a constant speed and/or velocity. Typically done using a special machine or hydraulic machine that can create different levels of resistance. That way your movement is at a constant speed no matter the force output. This is a safe form of strength training as it takes away the initial moment of inertia, which is when you have to overcome the movement of a weight from a β€œdead stop”. Low-velocity exercises emphasise muscular strength whilst higher velocity being used for recovery and muscular endurance following an injury.I hope you’ve learned something today! If you need any help implementing any of it, feel free to shoot us a message!Coach Rhein πŸ’™ ... See MoreSee Less
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Our friends from the Curra Swans came and got some training in last night and what a session it was!Well done ladies πŸ’ͺGrounds are flooded? No worries. Proud of this group of ladies getting it done!! Massive shout out to Melissa Booth and URT Ultimate Results Training for having us tonight. We are the Swannies Curra Swans Football ClubπŸ”΄βšͺοΈπŸ”΅πŸ¦’πŸ’ͺ🏼 ... See MoreSee Less
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2 months ago

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Wishing all the beautiful, hard working and strong mums out there a very Happy Mother’s Day 🧑 ... See MoreSee Less
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2 months ago

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Yesterday we inducted participants in 8 Week Challenge No.2 for 2022!To all of our new clients, welcome! We are looking forward to watching you all learn about training and nutrition and smash your goals! ... See MoreSee Less
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πŸ’ͺ Part 2 - Rotator Cuff Strengthening (follow on from scapular winging post)Hey guys,There are 4 muscles that make up the rotator cuff, supraspinatus, infraspinatus, subscapularis and teres minor. They work synergistically to help with movement of the scapular and stability at the (shoulder) glenohumeral joint (GHJ). Some exercises increasing in difficulty and specificity are as follows:1️⃣ Beginner: Side lying External Rotation (with towel/pad/roller)2️⃣ Intermediate: Y-Raise Standing/bench prone - adding a mini band around wrist for added recruitment and contraction of said muscles, with increased stabilisation at the GHJ. 3️⃣ Advanced: Kneeling Banded high row/external rotate/press - great for more specific overhead movements. Contact us for a personalised approach on how to make a good strength program (even better!) with rotator cuff strengthening in mind, and see your lifts improve and reduce your risk of injury!Cheers guys,Coach Rhein πŸ’™@rhein_frank #URT #ultimateresultstraining #shoulder #strength #technique #exercisephysiology #scapular #rotatorcuff #shoulderstability #strength #conditioning ... See MoreSee Less
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πŸ’₯ ONLY 3 DAYS LEFTDON'T MISS OUT πŸŽ‡ Learn how to retain your results for good, and get off the body weight roller coaster!8 week challenge info;πŸ—“ INDUCTION 23/04/21❗️ VERY LIMITED SPOTS AVAILABLEπŸ”₯ CHALLENGE PRIZES WORTH OVER $3000 ACROSS 4 CATEGORIES! πŸ₯³ Only $45p/w for Unlimited Group Training! (PT also available)Gym includes;βœ… Fully Airconditionedβœ… Gymmaster booking systemβœ… Myzone Heartrate trackingβœ… Creche availableChallenge includes;πŸ₯› FREE 14 flavour protein variety pack & shaker!πŸ“™ URT Health & Fitness Guideβš– 3 x Body composition scansπŸ“ HEALTHY Flexible meal plans or food tracking for ANY lifestyleLock you spot in now, before the last 10 spots fill! πŸ’¬ Send us a message or email mel@ultimateresultstraining.com.au, and Coach Mel will get in touch with you!🧑 URT Team ... See MoreSee Less
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