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Fitness Australia is the national health & fitness industry association working for a fitter, healthier Australia
Fitness Australia is the national health & fitness industry association working for a fitter, healthier Australia

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Not long to go now! Create your own public profile, find the most relevant news and information to you, and more! www.thenewfitness.org.au

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Service Skills Australia is currently undertaking important consultation to ensure that the fitness qualifications within the Sports, Fitness and Recreation Training Package are of high-quality and reflect the current workforce skills needs of the fitness industry. Have your say by visiting http://feedback.serviceskills.com.au/ and clicking on 'SIS Fitness Training Package Components.'

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Ever wonder what working and sitting long hours does to your body? The results aren't good. http://forumblog.org/2014/11/what-working-long-hours-does-to-your-body/
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The Summer eJournal is here! With articles ranging from using client's genetic code, functional body training, stress and calmness in exercise, and superstitions, there's something for everyone: http://ejournal.fitness.org.au/#folio=1

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Our Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) is our proactive approach to improve health and opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples through the fitness industry. We were proud to have Eric Lesa, the Fitness Manager at The National Centre of Indigenous Excellence, attend the launch. http://ncie.org.au/news/10478/fitness-australia-launches-rap-
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Did you attend our Industry Day on 24 October? FInd all the photos from the Quality Awards Ceremony Lunch and Gala Dinner here: http://bit.ly/FALunchPics and http://bit.ly/FAGalaPics

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Right now a healthy and productive workforce isn't available to all businesses. 

Only big businesses with onsite fitness services get Fringe Benefits Tax (FBT) Exemption. 

Let's make it available to all businesses, big and small: www.FITnotFBT.org.au
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Are you coming to the Australian Health & Fitness Industry Forum and Gala Dinner? 

Forum: http://bit.ly/FAForum14
Gala: http://bit.ly/FAGala14

http://youtu.be/e9ArACOEzEg

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Australia's Health report for 2014 is in. Are the results what you expected? Full report: http://www.aihw.gov.au/australias-health/
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According to this article, seniors are 5 times more likely to attend a gym than play lawn bowls. Great figures!
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