This time of the year can be problematic for people staying on course with their health or weight loss goals. Being informed and having a plan is the best way to approach the holiday season! Continue reading “How to keep off that extra weight over the holiday season”
Playing the ignorant card or saying “I’ll start being healthy with the new diet after Christmas or in the New Year,” gives way to mindless uncontrolled behaviours taking you further away from your goals…
Obtaining free information and expertise is something that has become abundant in this day and age.
Our smartphones contain more information than an encyclopaedia or even library… and the good news is that most of it’s for free!
With a surplus of information at hand, the only thing we need to be good at is detecting BS.
I think in general, people have become wise to detecting snake oil salesmen. Online reviews and social media keep everyone well informed.
Continue reading “How to obtain FREE fitness and health advice from experts”
I hope you’ve had a challenging and successful 2017, filled with mistakes, new skills and plenty of laughter.
I invite and wish everyone to set bigger goals and do more in 2018.
There is many people that down play setting New Years resolutions and for good reason.
Continue reading “How to level up in 2018 – Goals and New Years resolutions”
As the end of 2017 draws to a near, it’s about that time when we must look at what will be ahead for next year.
I’m not suggesting that it’s time to take the foot off the gas in 2017. In fact, the opposite. We all must aim to milk as much out of 2017 as possible.
Continue reading “Making a plan for 2018”
I’m not someone who usually comments and shares my views on political and social issues. However, I felt compelled after yesterday, to share and celebrate the many Australians that can deservedly, be treated as equals.
Australia voted YES for same sex marriage. Continue reading “Love is love – Equality and lessons learned”
Often, the thought of starting a healthy plan or diet can be worse than actually doing it.
You might have noticed that I haven’t been posting articles over the last couple of weeks (if you haven’t shame on you), as I have been getting married and traveling with the family.
Continue reading “How to start being healthy when you don’t feel like it”
Last week I posted a video to my social media (see here) of myself doing a ridiculous drop set and I had a few people contact me and say. “Do I need to be training like that? You looked like you were in extreme pain, is that safe?” Continue reading “Discomfort is the key”
The notion of setting goals can conjure up both positive and negative associations depending on past experiences or how necessary we think they are. Some people who are anti self-help can avoid them altogether because of this very association. But there is no way around improvement and achievement without defining WHAT it is we’re aiming to improve. Continue reading “How to set fitness and health goals effectively”
In today’s day and age, there is no shortage of information and anything that you need to know, can be found at the touch of a button or swipe of a smartphone. In fact, famous futurist author Brett King, said, “A child in Mumbai has access to more information on his smartphone than the President of the United States had 20 years ago.” Continue reading “Application trumps information”
Getting in shape and dropping body fat for an impending holiday is a common request that I get from my clients. It is completely understandable as people often are escaping to a warmer climate and will be lounging by the pool in their bikinis or board shorts and want to look their best. My advice is always centred on long-term health and that being in shape should not be a once or twice a year goal. Continue reading “How to holiday without getting fat”