[DISCLAIMER: This blog post is made by our guest blogger. This article is not necessarily the view of MMISS ] Staying healthy and keeping fit seems to be the latest concern of the people. People, these days, are always on the hunt for some tips on how to stay fit and fine. Whether it is…

As technology has advanced to great heights, our lifestyle has become sedentary. Machines and equipment have become an intricate part of our daily lives, thus reducing the amount of physical work that one has to do every day. The consequences of such a lifestyle are sometimes fatal, as lifestyle diseases are affecting people of all…

Mark enjoyed his time as a contestant as ‘Hammer’ in the Channel 7 TV hit series ‘Gladiators’. Luckily for Mark he was already in peak condition at the time of the show. He understands that conditioning for many events can be challenging. Click on the ‘Gladiator’ link to view some memories. http://www.gladiatorstv.com/international/australia/gladiators/hammer.php

Mark understands what really works for muscle growth, fat loss & sports performance and the key is to always look at new science and methods. Mark’s Sports Performance Centre was a way to educate students and non-students in fitness techniques. Mark continues to customise programming on a face-to-face level to evaluate progression of the program…

Mark McGaw Institute of Sports Sciences (MMISS) is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) delivering education and issuing government accredited certification. We are fully accredited to teach Certificate III in Fitness, Certificate IV in Fitness and Diploma of Fitness. Back in 1995 Mark applied for Distance Learning mode of delivery for fitness and after many challenges…

Mark has dedicated his life to fitness education. He has completed many formal courses but the real education was with his Mentor, Dr Fred Hatfield PHD (aka Dr Squat), who has broken over 30 world records in powerlifting using science. Dr Squat inspired Mark to go to the highest level of how the body works…

Coach Mark is passionate about passing on his combined education and experience from his Professional Rugby League career to develop up and coming players.

Mark played over 200 games professionally as a Rugby League player. Mark is best known as “Sparkles”, playing for Cronulla Sharks, followed by South Sydney Rabbitohs. He went on to become City Origin representative, NSW State of Origin and represented Australia with the Kangaroos. This level of competition was the main stay behind Mark’s progression…

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