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How to organise your way to healthy nutrition

Let’s face it. We all know what to eat. We just don’t know how to get organised to actually do it. Sure there is lots of […]

How to set up a very affordable home gym

I know this sounds like I am trying to do myself out of a job here but you know what, we can’t help everyone and not […]

The top 5 changes you can expect after your first 90 days of training

When you start exercising you are wanting results! So what can you expect to see, feel and experience? Can you get a 6 pack if you […]

6 Tips and Tricks for Staying on Track with your Nutrition and Training This Easter

Yes Easter is about celebrating and indulging in many things sweet and while it is very easy to go overboard with the yummy stuff, balance is […]

Diastasis Recti. Funny name. Not so funny to have.

Firstly, apologies about the photo. We are guessing, she hasn’t had babies yet! But we wanted to focus on the female abdominal region and it is […]

A novice’s diary of the Mooloolaba Triathlon 2017

You know, it is usually me talking clients in to doing events. I believe events bring focus to your training which isn’t always easy to….well focus […]

Why I bang on about ‘Holistic Health’

Life is about doing stuff in my book, but inherent to the ‘risk’ of that approach is niggles, occasional discomfort and even injury. But before you […]

Why we sometimes use a band above the knees when teaching the squat

There is a little trick which can help get the brain working to our advantage. It is called Reactive Neuromuscular Training or RNT. The band around […]

Breakfast, how important is it?

I read an interesting article from the boys at I really love their rigor in how they look at things. There are no throw away […]