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Exercising For Recovery


Exercise has been proven to be an excellent way to enhance recovery from psychological wounds. Soldier On is well known for its cycling programs, which encourage veterans to get out of the house, join some mates and explore their local area on a bike in communities across the country. As …

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Trois Etapes 2014

Trois Etapes

Soldier On sent a team of seven veterans to France for the Trois Etapes charity pro-am cycling event. The first Australian charity to be invited to attend, the team placed 8th of 16 teams, rallying to achieve a fantastic result for our first year!  

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Walk The Walk

Elderly couple walking through the parc hand in hand

It seems like something of a magic number – so what makes 10,000 steps a good goal for daily activity? 10,000 steps a day is often recommended by health experts as a good level of activity for a healthy adult. It equates to about eight kilometres, or one hour and …

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5 Reasons Kids Should Start Running


For many kids, running is a form of punishment: The sides to sides your Coach makes you do after a mistake on the pitch or court; the sprint to catch the bus before school; the dash to class before you’re counted late; or a response to mum’s nagging, “why don’t …

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Spirit of the Anzacs – The Music


Lee Kernaghan’s ‘Spirit of the Anzacs’ charity single featuring Guy Sebastian, Sheppard, Jon Stevens, Jessica Mauboy, Shannon Noll and Megan Washington. Listen here… Buy the DVD here –

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Mateship Wartime


This incredible video shows three Australian soldiers who have experienced ‘mateship’ during wartime and what it means to them. Harold served during WWII – both in the Middle East and the West Pacific Islands. Don served in the Korean War 1 950-1953 and John is a Vietnam veteran 1967. Produced, …

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