Spring has sprung and what a wonderful, prosperous time of year it is as a Personal Trainer! So many clients and oh so much damage to repair before that first trip to one of our wonderful beaches or local watering holes, Australia wide.
I did my research and couldn’t beat the Roo report card: 150g serves up 92% of my protein hit for the day, less than 2% fat and I learned that lean meat, well, kept me lean and I soon had the best six pack ever.
A great option for a weeknight vegetarian dinner. Customise to your own tastes and what you have in the fridge.
A study being passed around says those who take gym selfies are narcissists. But we beg to differ!
Here are 4 reasons why we encourage sharing gym activity.
Did you know that your brain and heart are composed of 73% water and your bones 31%? Studies have supported over and over again that water is needed for every bodily process to function optimally, to maintain health as well as assist you to perform at your best.
Anytime Fitness PT Lizzie Baxter weighs in on water and your training, as well as a great new bottle option, the newly launched BRITA fill&go Active bottle.
Committing to a healthy lifestyle can be hard, but mentally preparing for this change will help you to reap the benefits of healthy living over the long-term. Here are some tips to help you commit to a healthy lifestyle.
To pave the way for some exciting new products and services (watch this space!) we’re making some small changes to your membership agreement. These changes will take effect on 12/08/16. Read full details here.
Enjoy our low carb, high protein oatmeal pancakes and super charge your breakfast today!
We’re smack bang in the middle of the chilly season – and our motivation is fading…
Try these tips from personal trainer and nutritionist Michael Hermann to boost your willpower and enhance your fitness.
If you’re about to hit the weights floor, but you’re still kind of unsure if you’re using the right weights, listen up! Knowing when to pick a heavier set of dumbbells, or add extra weight to your barbell can be tricky. You don’t want to slack off but you also don’t want to collapse under a much too heavy weight– or worse, give yourself an injury. The Women’s Fitness magazine resident PT, Libby Babet, fills you in on a few of the signs that indicate you’re ready to go heavier.