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13 Jun 2018
Do you crave sugar when you’re overworked and stressed? Have you ever been working hard at your desk, thoroughly engrossed in a complex work task for hours, and just got up and smashed a bunch of sugar? Perhaps on your way home after the mother of all days, you find
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25 Feb 2018
FLOW - Psychologists have found the people who are the happiest have the most FLOW in their life. What is FLOW? The state of optimal experience in which people are so involved in an activity that nothing else seems to matter. You will have experienced this before. A good example
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12 Jul 2017
We are all so time poor these days aren’t we? I don’t have time is one of the most common cries I hear from those looking to lose weight. When designing a nutrition plan for clients, one of the first steps I go through is to see how many calories
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28 Jun 2017
Should Your Personal Trainer Be Ripped? Its an interesting question that gets posed time and time again. The same old analogies come out. Should your financial advisor be rich? Should your psychologist be mentally stable? Should your preacher never sin? Let me throw this one at you then. Should your
By admin
20 Jan 2016
Fitness.  Its not easy to juggle work and fitness is it.  Let me ask you this : You would never skip a business meeting would you? You would never turn up late for a business lunch? You would never “no show” a business appointment? You would never miss a sales
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22 Sep 2015
What is the mechanism by which that works. The above is the greatest question you can ever learn. Hello fitness industry.  Aren’t we a magnificent evolving beast full of knowledge and wisdom.  The answers to all of life’s ills can often be dumbed down to  that of a sound bite
By admin
28 Aug 2014
THE IRON by Henry Rollins "I believe that the definition of definition, is reinvention. To not be like your parents. To not be like your friends. To be yourself. Completely. When I was young I had no sense of myself. All I was, was a product of all the fear
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12 Sep 2013
Consequences I've been motivating people to get the goals they want for over 11 years now.  And its a fickle thing motivation.  It comes and goes.  Getting results though is about consistency.  Consistency with your food, consistency with your training and consistency with your cardio - for long periods of
By admin
13 Jun 2012
Toxic People In order to achieve anything in life, especially fitness goals, you need to have a good support network.  It's only when you go through change do you realise who is truly there to support you. As a trainer, it's very interesting to watch people embark on strength and
By admin
09 May 2012
Got a bad habit you're trying to crack?  Intermittent smoking, snacking, wearing crocs footwear?  First you need to identify it. Habits are formed when you do something over and over again, which is great if you want them. The problem is when you end up with a bad habit because
By admin
22 Mar 2012
An exercise is only as good as the time it takes for you to adapt to it.  What does that mean?   If your not getting stronger or more technically correct at a given exercise, you have adapted or have insufficiently recovered.  So if you've been squatting the same weight
By admin
15 Feb 2012
If I owned a thoroughbred racehorse that cost $2.3M.  And I asked you to look after it for me while I was away on holidays.  What would you do?   Would you give it the best food, exercise it, rest it and train it just as I had advised you to? 
By admin
09 Feb 2012
Today's blog is sort of fitness related.  Related  in a sense that from years and years of seeing people one on one I hear a lot of excuses as to why people aren't as healthy as they would like to be.  And excuses cause regret.  Let me tell you something
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