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  • Strong Heart= Healthy Heart - It has been a long-held belief that doing aerobic endurance based exercise was the best form of exercise for preventing and treating congestive heart failure (CHF). However, recent studies out of Luxemburg have shown that resistance strength based training is just as, if not more, beneficial as a means of restoring health in patients with debilitating conditions such as CHF. Continue Reading
  • Laurie’s Rant: How’s Your Garden? - I’m not sure what your garden currently looks like but, for the sake of this rant, let’s pretend it’s not too flash. There are quite a few weeds growing and spreading, the flowers are all wilted and the grass is looking very brown and patchy. Now this might not concern you too much because life still goes on and I’m Continue Reading
  • Carbs… Friend Or Foe? - Of the population who would like to shed some extra fat, it’s not uncommon for most of them to believe that carbohydrate consumption should be eliminated completely in order to kick their body into fat-burning mode. This ‘belief’ has long been perpetuated by various diets such as the Atkins Diet, the Paleo Diet and many others along the same lines. Continue Reading
  • What’s All The Fuss About Turmeric? - Written By Guest Author Kat Blake; Naturopath. Turmeric has developed popular attention in recent months and trendy cafes are even serving turmeric lattes. The truth is, it isn’t a new spice. It has actually been used to manage inflammatory conditions for centuries in Ayurvedic medicine. Turmeric is a tall perennial herb native to South East Asia that can grow up Continue Reading
  • Your Body On Booze - Australians are known to love the occasional (or nightly) alcoholic drink. But unfortunately many who drink do so in excess without even realizing it or being aware of the associated risks involved. Here’s what happens to your body when you sink a few more than you should… Your Brain. Alcohol alters levels of neurotransmitters, the chemical messengers that control your Continue Reading
  • The #1 Cause of Frustrating & Stubborn Female Fat - If you are a woman over 40 desperate to get rid of unwanted fat, you may be frustrated... Not only does it pile up in all of the wrong places -- like your belly, hips, thighs and butt -- but it gets stuck, becoming almost impossible to get rid of.  And no matter how well you eat or how much Continue Reading
  • The Four Stages To Self Mastery - Taken from the world of behavioural science and neuro-linguistic programming, the ladder of learning principle highlights the various stages most people go through (or get stuck on) when trying to achieve any significant life goal. This is even more so relevant when trying to achieve a health and fat loss goal. Here are the 4 stages and how you can Continue Reading
  • Laurie’s Rant: Results Must Be Earned Not Won - No doubt you’ve heard the stories of people winning huge amounts of money on the lotto and then only a few years later being back to where they started as they either squandered all of the money, gambled it away, put it into bad investments and/or had it taken from them by friends and family. It happens time and time Continue Reading
  • 5 Ways to Prevent Your Food Being Turned Into Fat - Insulin is a hormone released by the Pancreas in response to the types and amounts of foods we eat. Because of our modern Western diets, our Pancreases tend to pump out large doses of insulin on a frequent basis. Now, insulin can be your best friend or your worst enemy, or a bit of both. It all depends on how Continue Reading
  • How to Foam Roll Your Way to Better Posture, Function and Form - It's fairly well accepted that muscles need to not only be strong, but pliable as well. Regardless of whether you're a body builder, strength athlete, ordinary weekend warrior or just someone who exercises regularly to get in better shape, it's important to have strength and optimal function through a full range of motion. Traditional Stretching Vs Foam Rolling Traditional stretching Continue Reading
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  • Strong Heart= Healthy Heart - It has been a long-held belief that doing aerobic endurance based exercise was the best form of exercise for preventing and treating congestive heart failure (CHF). However, recent studies out of Luxemburg have shown that resistance strength based training is just as, if not more, beneficial as a means of restoring health in patients with debilitating conditions such as CHF. Continue Reading
  • Laurie’s Rant: How’s Your Garden? - I’m not sure what your garden currently looks like but, for the sake of this rant, let’s pretend it’s not too flash. There are quite a few weeds growing and spreading, the flowers are all wilted and the grass is looking very brown and patchy. Now this might not concern you too much because life still goes on and I’m Continue Reading
  • Carbs… Friend Or Foe? - Of the population who would like to shed some extra fat, it’s not uncommon for most of them to believe that carbohydrate consumption should be eliminated completely in order to kick their body into fat-burning mode. This ‘belief’ has long been perpetuated by various diets such as the Atkins Diet, the Paleo Diet and many others along the same lines. Continue Reading
  • What’s All The Fuss About Turmeric? - Written By Guest Author Kat Blake; Naturopath. Turmeric has developed popular attention in recent months and trendy cafes are even serving turmeric lattes. The truth is, it isn’t a new spice. It has actually been used to manage inflammatory conditions for centuries in Ayurvedic medicine. Turmeric is a tall perennial herb native to South East Asia that can grow up Continue Reading
  • Your Body On Booze - Australians are known to love the occasional (or nightly) alcoholic drink. But unfortunately many who drink do so in excess without even realizing it or being aware of the associated risks involved. Here’s what happens to your body when you sink a few more than you should… Your Brain. Alcohol alters levels of neurotransmitters, the chemical messengers that control your Continue Reading
  • The #1 Cause of Frustrating & Stubborn Female Fat - If you are a woman over 40 desperate to get rid of unwanted fat, you may be frustrated... Not only does it pile up in all of the wrong places -- like your belly, hips, thighs and butt -- but it gets stuck, becoming almost impossible to get rid of.  And no matter how well you eat or how much Continue Reading
  • The Four Stages To Self Mastery - Taken from the world of behavioural science and neuro-linguistic programming, the ladder of learning principle highlights the various stages most people go through (or get stuck on) when trying to achieve any significant life goal. This is even more so relevant when trying to achieve a health and fat loss goal. Here are the 4 stages and how you can Continue Reading
  • Laurie’s Rant: Results Must Be Earned Not Won - No doubt you’ve heard the stories of people winning huge amounts of money on the lotto and then only a few years later being back to where they started as they either squandered all of the money, gambled it away, put it into bad investments and/or had it taken from them by friends and family. It happens time and time Continue Reading
  • 5 Ways to Prevent Your Food Being Turned Into Fat - Insulin is a hormone released by the Pancreas in response to the types and amounts of foods we eat. Because of our modern Western diets, our Pancreases tend to pump out large doses of insulin on a frequent basis. Now, insulin can be your best friend or your worst enemy, or a bit of both. It all depends on how Continue Reading
  • How to Foam Roll Your Way to Better Posture, Function and Form - It's fairly well accepted that muscles need to not only be strong, but pliable as well. Regardless of whether you're a body builder, strength athlete, ordinary weekend warrior or just someone who exercises regularly to get in better shape, it's important to have strength and optimal function through a full range of motion. Traditional Stretching Vs Foam Rolling Traditional stretching Continue Reading