Falling into a pool of water with clothes on can produce fear and hysteria in an otherwise calm swimmer. We want all swimmers to know that although it may feel strange to swim with clothes on it is still something they can and should do when in the water.
Even if you don’t know any water safety skills yet, having this practice can help you react quicker and prevent panic until someone can come to your rescue. A little bit of time can make a big difference in an emergency situation.
HOW TO PREPARE FOR PAJAMA WEEK
Have your swimsuit under your pajamas. The first 15 minutes of the lessons will be in clothes and will be focused on safety skills
Bring and extra plastic bag to put wet clothes in after the lesson
The heavier the clothing, the more the swimmer will feel the weight of it (flannelette)
I really wanted to thank All Sorts Sydney for just being who you are!
The fact that I have been able to lose weight and feel terrific about myself is testament to the level of comfort I have felt in joining your gym
This is the first time I’ve ever been to a gym and the first time the focus has been on ME as an individual.
I’ve lost weight – how much is not relevant! What is relevant is that I have dropped two dress sizes and still going. My focus is not on weight loss but on gaining my confidence as a woman and feeling/looking great!
Thank you for your welcoming smiles and continued encouragement of my ability to achieve key milestones and goals.
Europe 2017 here I come……………and then to reset goals for next year – yay!!
We know how important your fitness is to you and by setting these standards to your kids from a young age, you are helping teach them the importance of fitness.
We have so many offerings at All Sorts for the whole family and are all about encouraging fitness from a young age. Kids yoga is a great way to introduce kids to fitness and mindfulness. Our specialist kids yoga instructor Karen has years experience and makes kids yoga enjoyable for all ages.
Key benefits to kids yoga:
Develop body awareness
Learn how to use their bodies in a healthy way
Manage stress through breathing, awareness, meditation and healthy movement
Increase their confidence and positive self-image
Feel part of a healthy, non-competitive group
Join us every Wednesday at the following times:
5-7 yrs from 4pm – 4.30pm Age 8-11 yrs from 4.45pm – 5.15pm Age 12+ from 5.30pm – 6.15pm
Classes will be held at Action Studios behind All Sorts gym.
Book a class through firstname.lastname@example.org and mention this email or call us on 9469 5688.
We are hugely excited to announce our member of the month Sy Robertson!
Before Sy had joined All Sorts in May last year, his fitness and wellbeing was not top of his priority. Weighing 130kg his health had begun to take a toll.
Sy was sadly diagnosed with cancer soon after he joined All Sorts and the devastating news meant that he had to change his lifestyle completely and focus on his treatment. Thankfully Sy is now in remission and his new found love for fitness has given him significant improvements in day-to-day functioning and overall health and wellbeing. Sy now trains up to 6 times per week, is stronger than he has ever been and has a great outlook on life.
Thank you Sy for being such great inspiration to everyone here!
What was your motivation to come to the gym?
My motivation is the mental and physical after effect of exercise. To have a positive and happy life you have to be happy with yourself. After being diagnosed and treated for cancer mid last year, my health is my number one priority.
How often do you train? I train 6 days per week (I might be sneaky and train 5 days some weeks)
What would you say to someone if they asked you about All Sorts Fitness?
I would say it is the best investment anyone could make. Everything you need plus more.
What advice would you give your younger self?
Being 130kgs when I was younger I would tell myself to wake up and get out there and exercise.
Favourite thing about All Sorts?
The family feels when I walk through the door everyday. It really has become home to me .
The Inaugural All Sorts Asian Cup starts May 7th. Get a team together to be in with the chance of winning $4000 prize fund!
RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE COMPETITION
Payment and Entry to Competition
1. Team payment information must be supplied and approved / or team entry paid before your team’s place is secured in the competition.
1. We adopt the Futsal rules which can be found on the Football NSW website.
2. Maximum of 12 registered players – all information must be filled out on player details’ form.
3. Maximum of 2 non-Asian players per team.
4. All teams must wear uniforms with numbers. (Inclusive of non-marking shoes, shin guards and long socks)
5. There must be a minimum of 3 players’ in attendance from the team otherwise it will be considered a forfeit.
6. Send offs and Suspensions
a. In the event where a player gets 2 yellow cards, and sent off they cannot play in the next game.
b. In the case of a player getting a straight red, dependant on the severity of the incident they may be suspended longer than one game or banned from the tournament.
c. If any player, team or supporters become involved in any fighting they will be dealt with accordingly and may be kicked out of the competition where no money will be refunded.
d. All send offs and suspensions will be dealt with by the competition organisers.