Burn away those Winter calories with Body weight workout!

  With the Winter setting in around Lindfield and the cooler weather making the motivation difficult to hit the gym, here is a bodyweight workout that you can do in your own home. Great for mums, dads and any corporates who would like to initiate that fat loss that has been hanging around. How good is that. Your own workout … Read More

Get pumped!! Facts about Blood Pressure.

When most people are told they have high blood pressure (or Hypertension) it comes as quite a shock. With many people being diagnosed between the ages of 25-45, it is fast becoming a great concern for both the individual and their young families. 

The problem is, it has no early symptoms. You feel good, life’s great. Yes, you may be … Read More

Exercise Myths and the Facts

At some time or another you will probably come across the following myths during your exercise journey. Here’s what you need to know to separate the fact from the fiction. Fiction: Strength training will make women too muscular Fact: Many women are afraid that strength training will make them bulky. However, women don’t actually have enough testosterone to create big, … Read More

Australia is a sitting time bomb

If you’re an older, unmarried male who is educated and works full time with a high income, chances are a significant proportion of your day revolves around a chair or a seat – at considerable risk to your long term health. The call for men of this demographic – along with other population profiles at risk – to stand up … Read More

Eat your way to a healthier you

Tasty Turkey Burger

Oatmeal/Porridge: High in fibre, iron, vitamin K, magnesium, manganese, selenium, zinc, chromium, folic acid and other B vitamins. A great energy boost for breakfast, or any time of the day. Yoghurt: Rich in calcium, phosphorous, vitamin D, vitamin A, potassium, vitamin B-2, vitamin B-12, essential amino acids, zinc, plus pro-biotic bacteria. Yoghurt is great on cereal, with fruit, or in … Read More

Would we super-size everything?

The problems of being overweight and obese in Australian are widespread and increasing. In 2001 it was estimated that over 50% of the adult Australian population were overweight or obese, an increase of more than 25% since the decade previous. Overweight and obesity, at the individual level, is a complex interaction of many elements. At the level of the population, … Read More

Stand up to get fit and healthy

Are you sitting down to read this? If so, you may be engaging in one of the major health problems of the 22nd century! Sitting, as it turns out, burns little in the way of calories, and may well be the cause of the obesity ‘epidemic’ that we are struggling with in Australia at the moment. Our jobs and our leisure … Read More

Activity to keep the blues at bay

Feeling a little blue today? Go for a walk! Regular physical activity plays an important role in achieving and maintaining good mental health. Whether you are trying to beat the blues or treat more serious forms of mental illness, regular exercise or physical activity can help. Poor mental health poses a significant public health burden in Australia where it is … Read More

The big four reasons to do group fitness training

If you’ve been doing solo workouts for years and are looking for a change, or are completely new to exercise but just can’t bring yourself to go alone and put in hour after hour each week, one thing that you should consider is group fitness classes. Group classes are becoming more and more popular right now as many people are … Read More

5 easy ways to prepare for Spring

As Winter comes to an end and people start to come out of hibernation, your fitness and health goals sometimes take time to get going. Read these 5 tips to help you get back on board. 1.Motivation is key. Many people start out an exercise program with boundless enthusiasm, but have left it by the wayside after only a few … Read More