Strength Training Myths Exposed

Sunday 30/8 6PM!

If you missed Tony Attridge’s Nutrition session on Periscope last Sunday night you missed out on an interesting and informative workshop.

Don’t despair though, this Sunday night (30/8) at 6pm Tony is hosting another session on Periscope, this time looking at some common myths of strength training.  Learn how training hard, volume and intensity are not the same thing; how to train less and obtain better results and more…….

Download the free Periscope App, find @TonyAttridge and listen in for free. Remember, you can only access the talk for 24 hours!

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Tony Attridge is the Owner and CEO of The College of Health and Fitness (est. 2002). He has lectured at various Universities and Private Training Organisations for over 20 years in fitness, health, sport psychology and wellness. He has been involved in the fitness industry since 1988 and is a Level 3 Strength and Conditioning Coach, a Sport Psychologist, Sports Nutritionist and an Exercise Scientist.See Tony's personal website


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