Archive | 360 LifeBlog

RSS feed for this section

Are you choosing the right gym for yourself?

Finding a new gym in modern times can definitely be overwhelming, but it is an important decision to make for long-term health & happiness.  You do spend a lot of time there (hopefully), including the training, the traveling to get there, the interaction with staff before & after, and also from the social activities with […]


7 Cool Fitness Activities to do in and around the CBD

It’s amazing how many fitness activities are right on our doorstep in and around the CBD and often under-utilised. We have the commercial things which get absolutely swamped by foreigners in the summer months, however we have access to these all year round, so we’ll show you some new cool ideas to be healthy and […]

Kk Blog 1

5 simple steps to start your long-term fitness journey

Written By: Khokela Daula Before I get you started on one of your most exciting journeys which unlocks your body’s true capabilities and let’s you really live life to the fullest, I’m going to provide a bit of insight into myself. I’m a petite girl, always been waif, but over the past 2 years I’ve […]


5 Nutrition Tips and Recipes for Fueling Peak Performance

Written By: Annie Lizstan If you’re an athlete or intense about your workout routine, what you eat before, during, and after your workout can sustain you through long training times and help push you to the max. However, getting the right nutrition for health and optimal fitness isn’t just about eating right when you workout, […]

Comments Off on 5 Nutrition Tips and Recipes for Fueling Peak Performance Continue Reading →
Climbing 5

Strength Conditioning for Climbing

With the introduction of climbing at 360 Specialized Training, I find it of utmost importance that we as trainers can offer our clients, wanting to learn the art of climbing, the best sport specific conditioning! While a professional climber can show you the ropes as to speak (Tying knots/ balance and movement/ using handholds and footholds/ jamming and […]

Calisthenics 3


  Shrouded in the obscuring mists of time, Grecian athletes, Shaolin monks, Spartan warriors and Indian yoga guru’s alike have honed their minds and enhanced their skills by learning to control their bodies. The word Calisthenics comes from the ancient Greek Kallos (κάλλος), which means beauty, and Sthénos (σθένος) meaning strength. While the Greeks are […]


Women – Training by the Decade

  Each decade of our lives, there are subtle shifts in physiology, thoughts, emotions and connection to spirit as we naturally progress through vagaries. The plan I’ve outlined here has the goal of well-being, longevity and keeping you fit to enjoy the full spectrum of active living with an understanding of human development, ageing, the […]


Understanding the Core

The word ‘core’ gets thrown around often in the fitness world these days and in most cases loosely. So I have decided to tighten up your understanding on the importance of training the core in the right way to optimize your results. “The core works as a synergistic unit that is dynamically linked with the […]

Photo 2013-12-15, 13 05 32

360 – More than a Gym

No matter what happens, no matter how far you seem to be away from where you want to be, never stop believing that you will somehow make it. Have an unrelenting belief that things will work out, that the long road has a purpose, that the things that you desire may not happen today, but […]