Friday, 11th November, 2016

Pre- Chrissy Games!

Get a team together one last time this year for our Pre-Chrissy games!

4 weeks of  games. What’s your best game?

3 massive prizes to be won. Enter your team today!

pre-chrissy

Tuesday, 23rd August, 2016

Spartan Race – Team All Sorts!

Are you ready to step it up a level and really challenge yourself?

Join team All Sorts in the 7km Spartan Race on Saturday 8th October in Picton where we will scale walls, run through mud, swim dams, jump fires and climb ropes as a team! This is a real test of fitness and stamina and is not for the faint hearted!

Guaranteed to be the most rewarding run you will do! Great festival area with food, music, shade tents, merchandise and sponsor tents and much more!

Register your interest at reception now and let’s sharing this amazing experience, by getting out on course and having a ton of fun and sharing the challenge of a Spartan Race together!

Check out last years video:

Tuesday, 8th December, 2015

How to Survive the Silly Season!

It’s the Silly Season, a crazy time of year where you put everyone and everything ahead of your own priorities in order to survive. Especially your health. Getting to the gym can seem almost impossible, and having an alcohol-free night can prove to be just as difficult, so we’ve wrapped up some tips to help you survive the rest of December!

1. Make better bad choices

Limit portions (you know that you don’t really NEED three pieces of cake to be satisfied). Pick the lower calorie or lower fat/high-carb stuff at the dessert table. People training hard can handle an influx of carbs acutely better than fat so pick that stuff.

2. Adapt your exercise program

The one thing everyone complains about throughout the year is a lack of time. To many kids activities, too much pressure at work, too many chores are all reasons I hear on a regular basis. However, in the summer holidays when we actually have more time we seem to reject the opportunity to take part in physical activity. Sure, you may be away, but that’s not stopping you from running/walking/swimming. Do something different, do something outdoors, play with the kids or organise a kick with the neighbour’s. All of this is valid and you’ll certainly feel better for working up a bit of a sweat.

3. Pump up the volume

By using a higher volume (more sets, higher reps) of training, not only do you increase fat oxidation, you give incoming carbs somewhere to go for storage instead of being used for energy. So bump up the burn before that xmas party giving those carbs somewhere to go

4. Drink Water

There’s nothing new in this piece of advice and it is one that we should be using every time we consume alcohol. For every alcohol drink you consume also consume a glass of water. Also instead of hitting the beers like they’re the last ones on earth, think about taking spirits with low-calorie mixers, like soda water. And stay away from those salty nibbles!

5. Eats lots of lean protein and vegetables before the desserts come

Lean protein has the highest short-term satiating power (this means it keeps you full) and the high-bulk of vegetables helps to fill your stomach which also sends a fullness signal. Some lean protein, veggies and fruit about 30 minutes before a party will give you a feeling of fullness and help to limit over consumption of ‘junk’ at the party.

6. Change the way you eat that day

If you know that you’ve got a 7pm dinner party where there will be lots of yummy food try (or only having small meals of lean protein and veggies most of the day. Unless you go completely

berserk, you’ll be unlikely to exceed your entirely daily caloric requirement in the one meal. And if you have trained that day too, happy times!

7. Learn to say no.

You don’t have to say yes to every event going. Try and limit the functions you attend, plan out your holiday period, you’ll then be in a much better place to plan your eating and exercise knowing what’s coming up. Then you can enjoy the events you do choose to attend and eat, drink and be merry!

survive the silly season

 

 

 

Tuesday, 1st December, 2015

Members Christmas Party

Members! You are invited to join us for a very merry end of year celebration! Please RSVP by 4th December via email or to reception! We would love to see you all there!

Members Christmas Party 2015 FB

Tuesday, 17th November, 2015

We have raised $2,600!

Thank you to everyone who helped raise money!

Over the last month All Sorts and Actions Studios have been working together to help raise money for Sydney Children’s Hospital Foundation.
Through our Healthy Lifestyle Open Day at All Sorts and Action Kids’ Spooktacular Halloween party, we have managed to raise an incredible $2,600!

Thanks to all our members and friends that have donated to this great cause, we couldn’t have done it without your help!

sydney  childrens hospital

Wednesday, 11th November, 2015

Sweet 16th Party at All Sorts!

Happy sweet 16 to Zoe! We hope you had a wonderful birthday at our Function centre. The room looked stunning and everyone had a ball!

sweet 16 collage

Friday, 23rd October, 2015

Halloween Spooktacular – fun for all the family!

Halloween fun for all the family at All Sorts Action Studios
Join us this Saturday 31st October, 9.30am – 12.30pm
Raising money for Sydney Children’s Hospital

Halloween poster

Tuesday, 6th October, 2015

Business Card Competitions

Each month we have given away some awesome prizes to our Sydney members & clients who have been drawn at random. So far we have given away NRL box tickets, massage vouchers, Personal Training sessions and this month our winner will win a $50 All Sorts voucher… who will it be? To be in with a chance of winning simply drop your business card into one of the business card boxes at our venues.

Thursday, 1st October, 2015

Urban Kombat – Krav Maga

An exciting new program is coming to All Sorts Sports Factory. We are teaming up with Urban Kombat to bring you the world’s best self-defence and fitness program for Adults & Kids through Krav Maga and Kids Krav programs.

You will learn solutions to common assault scenarios taught to the world’s elite soldiers and police who rely on it to potentially save their lives.

Kids learn real self-defence in fun and friendly classes which expose them four distinct stages of self-protection; avoidance through awareness and intuition, de-escalation, physical defence and post event issues.
Try a FREE class:

 

  • Kids Krav Kubs (6-8 years) Thursday 8th October 4.00pm or Saturday 10th October 8.00am
  • Kids Krav Kravlings (9-12 years) Thursday 8th October 4.45pm or Saturday 10th October 8.45am
  • Kids Krav Kommanders (13-18 years) Thursday 8th October 5.30pm or Saturday 10th October 9.30am
  • Adults Krav Maga Wednesday 7th October 6.30pm or Saturday 10th October 10.30am