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Tips for keeping fit over the holidays

The holiday season is here, and we all know what that means: cozy sweaters, twinkling lights, and a festive feast that could feed a small army! While the holidays are a time for merriment and indulgence, they often leave us with a little extra love – around our waistlines. However, with a dash of creativity […]

Dealing with Life’s Challenges & Training

So, I haven’t typed one of these up in a while mainly due to normal life stressors, such as work and home life, getting in the way. Much like this blog, my training suffered as a result too. Sometimes time constraints were the issue, other times my brain was filled with too many different thoughts […]

Making the Move: Tips for a Smooth College Relocation

Making the Move: Tips for a Smooth College Relocation Are you ready to embark on one of life’s greatest adventures? It’s time to toss those high school textbooks and say hello to college life! However, before you start dreaming about your first epic dorm party or conquering those challenging courses, there’s the not-so-glamorous part: the […]

Pain Management for Athletes: The Importance of Understanding Your Options

Almost one in five South African adults have chronic pain. For those who play sports on the regular, experiencing chronic pain can certainly make things more difficult, though you don’t have to give up your love for the game when looking to successfully manage your pain. From the importance of understanding your pain, your options for pain […]

How to Become a Sports Masseuse

Masseuse working on the back of a man

Have you ever watched a sports event and found yourself captivated by the energy, the thrill, the sheer athletic prowess on display? Have you also wondered how these athletes stay in tip-top shape and rebound so quickly after gruelling performances? If so, the mysterious world of sports massage might just be your career sweet spot. […]

Tips for Student-Athletes to Manage Time and Prioritize Responsibilities

A young focused man packing his gym bag.

Being a student-athlete can be both exciting and challenging. You have the unique opportunity to pursue your athletic dreams while studying in a chosen field. However, balancing your academic and athletic responsibilities can often feel like a juggling act. Therefore, this article will provide tips to help you manage your time and prioritize responsibilities as […]

5 Exercises You Can Do in Your Dorm Room

A student thinking about exercises she can do in her dorm room

Staying fit and healthy as a student isn’t an easy task. It’s probably your first time living on your own, possibly even in a new city. While this period is exciting, there are lots of new responsibilities and things to consider. Catching up with your classes and assignments, meeting new people, and finding your way […]

Managing COVID-19 2021 (Semester 1 Including ALT and Induction)

STAY SAFE Coronavirus (2)

THIS COMMUNICATION DOES NOT APPLY TO DISTANCE STUDENTS, IT ONLY APPLIES TO FULL TIME STUDENTS WHO ARE REGISTERED TO A CAMPUS Dear Students and Staff, Communication 14: Managing COVID – 19 Semester 1 Including ALT and Induction We welcome the announcement by President Cyril Ramaphosa on the relaxation of the Alert Level 3 Restrictions. With […]

Managing COVID-19 (2nd semester Risk Level 2)

STAY SAFE Coronavirus (1)

THIS COMMUNICATION DOES NOT APPLY TO DISTANCE STUDENTS, IT ONLY APPLIES TO FULL TIME STUDENTS WHO ARE REGISTERED TO A CAMPUS Dear Students and Staff, As many of you would know, the Government’s recent relaxation of the regulations relating to the Disaster Management Act, means we shifted from Risk Level 3 to Level 2. This […]

Can Coffee Help Students Achieve their Academic Goals?

Written by: Jane Sandwood A 2009 study on college students showed that coffee was the most commonly consumed caffeine product (88.2%), and these figures are echoed among tertiary students in many other countries, including the U.S. and the UK. Coffee’s stimulatory effects make it an ideal pick-me-up in the morning and midday (when energy starts to wane) […]

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