How to keep off that extra weight over the holiday season

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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!

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…

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EP 27 Benjamin Siong: the human spirit, fat loss and fitness competitors

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Renowned fitness expert Ben Siong is among Australia’s leading body composition specialists, and the founder of Australian Strength Performance.

Having graduated with a Bachelors of Science (Psychology Major), and an Honours degree in Psychology, Ben is a passionate believer that a healthy mind begets a healthy body, and actively promotes the likes of positive thinking into all aspects of his training protocols. Continue reading “EP 27 Benjamin Siong: the human spirit, fat loss and fitness competitors”

Movement matters – If it looks ugly, then stop

movement Adam McCubbin

The quality of every movement you do throughout the day and throughout your life, will impact your health for good or for bad, whether you like it or not.

Poorly executed daily movements and exercises will reinforce bad mechanics and movement dysfunction. This might not immediately cause pain or be a significant restriction to the desired outcome, but it’s something that will build up.  Continue reading “Movement matters – If it looks ugly, then stop”

Eating for the individual and portion size

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Eating for the individual MUST always be personalised and tailored to his or her needs. Not only from a nutritional requirement perspective but also for goals, ethics, religion and taste. “What is one person’s medicine, is another man poison.” The cookie cutter approach will work for some but certainly not all! See related article “Food that works for you” here.

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