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Decision Fatigue

Decision fatigue affects your decision making and self control as the day goes on. An important factor when it comes to your health and fitness.

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The Habit Loop

Our habits play a massive role in shaping our health and fitness, in both a positive or negative way. This is why mastering your habits is key to your success.

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Training at Home

Training from home is easier said than done though and while you might have the best intentions it’s another thing to follow through and get it done. 

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Max Effort

Today I want to talk to you about your max effort. What do I mean by this? Your max effort is doing something as hard as you possibly can. That could be swimming 100m as...

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How to: Squat

How to: Squat - Squats are and should be a staple in any exercise program and are key in developing the strength in your legs.

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No Action = No Results

There are plenty of reasons (excuses) why we don’t take action but what it usually comes down to is the fear to take the first and necessary steps. Instead we procrastinate, we spend endless hours...

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How to: Push Up

Here are some quick and easy pointers to help you improve and get the most out of your push-ups. Push-ups are a fantastic full-body exercise that focuses on strengthening your upper body and is classified...

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Making Sacrifices

Making Sacrifices - What would you rather sacrifice? That beer, that TV show, that late-night or your health? Admittedly you would have to be pretty naive to think that you could achieve your health and...

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Getting in the Mood

You know how easy it is to skip your workout because you just don't feel like it. Here to help are a couple of ideas to help you get in the mood to get started!

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Making yourself Accountable

Having effective accountability measures are key to creating success in your health and fitness endeavours, especially as you get started. To create new habits and ones that are long lasting you need to get the...

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Make the first step easy

Sometimes taking that very first step can be the absolute hardest but once you do you’ll be on a roll, generating more and more momentum with every following step you take.

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All or Something

This one change to your perspective and approach when it comes to your exercise and even your eating habits will help you develop better long term goals.

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Gym Jargon Explained

Gym Jargon Explained. Have a basic understanding of what some of this terminology is will make all the difference when you embark on your fitness journey!

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Improve your Flexibility

Having good flexibility provides your body with plenty of benefits and with our current lifestyles it couldn’t be more important to make sure you stay limber and moving well.

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What is Pilates?

Pilates was developed in the 20th century by a man named Joseph Pilates. Joseph's conception of the pilates system first developed when rehabilitating injured WW1 soldiers. His systems were then taken to New York where...

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Making exercise enjoyable

Right now you're most likely thinking, even subconsciously, that exercise is hard and tiring or at least needs to be to receive any benefit from it. Well i’m going to relieve you from that burdening...

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Decision Fatigue

Decision fatigue affects your decision making and self control as the day goes on. An important factor when it comes to your health and fitness.

Read More

The Habit Loop

Our habits play a massive role in shaping our health and fitness, in both a positive or negative way. This is why mastering your habits is key to your success.

Read More

Training at Home

Training from home is easier said than done though and while you might have the best intentions it’s another thing to follow through and get it done. 

Read More

Max Effort

Today I want to talk to you about your max effort. What do I mean by this? Your max effort is doing something as hard as you possibly can. That could be swimming 100m as...

Read More

How to: Squat

How to: Squat - Squats are and should be a staple in any exercise program and are key in developing the strength in your legs.

Read More

No Action = No Results

There are plenty of reasons (excuses) why we don’t take action but what it usually comes down to is the fear to take the first and necessary steps. Instead we procrastinate, we spend endless hours...

Read More

How to: Push Up

Here are some quick and easy pointers to help you improve and get the most out of your push-ups. Push-ups are a fantastic full-body exercise that focuses on strengthening your upper body and is classified...

Read More

Making Sacrifices

Making Sacrifices - What would you rather sacrifice? That beer, that TV show, that late-night or your health? Admittedly you would have to be pretty naive to think that you could achieve your health and...

Read More

Getting in the Mood

You know how easy it is to skip your workout because you just don't feel like it. Here to help are a couple of ideas to help you get in the mood to get started!

Read More

Making yourself Accountable

Having effective accountability measures are key to creating success in your health and fitness endeavours, especially as you get started. To create new habits and ones that are long lasting you need to get the...

Read More

Make the first step easy

Sometimes taking that very first step can be the absolute hardest but once you do you’ll be on a roll, generating more and more momentum with every following step you take.

Read More

All or Something

This one change to your perspective and approach when it comes to your exercise and even your eating habits will help you develop better long term goals.

Read More

Gym Jargon Explained

Gym Jargon Explained. Have a basic understanding of what some of this terminology is will make all the difference when you embark on your fitness journey!

Read More

Improve your Flexibility

Having good flexibility provides your body with plenty of benefits and with our current lifestyles it couldn’t be more important to make sure you stay limber and moving well.

Read More

What is Pilates?

Pilates was developed in the 20th century by a man named Joseph Pilates. Joseph's conception of the pilates system first developed when rehabilitating injured WW1 soldiers. His systems were then taken to New York where...

Read More

Making exercise enjoyable

Right now you're most likely thinking, even subconsciously, that exercise is hard and tiring or at least needs to be to receive any benefit from it. Well i’m going to relieve you from that burdening...

Read More