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  • Compare the Pair | Yo-yo vs Lifestyle

    Posted on March 29, 2017

      As a health and fitness professional that works with countless clients on their nutritional habits, I’ve noticed a trend. A trend I see in almost every single client before we start working together.   To me, there are two types of eaters… Yo-yo dieters and lifestyle eaters.   What’s the difference between the two? […]

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  • A Diet is Only Temporary

    Posted on March 27, 2017

    What comes to mind when you think of the word diet? For me, it’s temporary or short term. You see, to live a happy, healthy and full life we need to begin focusing on long term sustainability instead of short term wins that last about as long as it took to get there. “Lose 10kg in […]

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  • This article stems from a discussion I had with Danny last year regarding the inability of some clients to get activation of the belly of the muscle in their hamstring. A very in depth and interesting topic indeed! One that I am very passionate about and fortunate to be asked to contribute to Danny’s audience […]

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  • Answer these 10 questions truthfully to find out whether a change may be what’s needed to help you live a happier, healthier and more balanced lifestyle. #1 How many days minimum can I consistently commit to training each week?   Whatever the answer is, make this minimum a non-negotiable. Find a training program that you enjoy, […]

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  • The Real Reason Why You Can’t Lose Weight

    Posted on February 23, 2017

    The Real Reason Why You Can’t Lose Weight   You feel like you’ve tried every diet under the sun but you still can’t lose weight. Don’t worry; you’re not the only one.   There’s a good reason why you haven’t lost weight…   It’s not the type of food you’re eating (e.g. carbs or fats) […]

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  • 6 tips for a stronger bench press

    Posted on February 13, 2017

    If you’re a regular gym goer, chances are you’re invested in improving your bench press. Being one of the BIG 6 lifts and a go-to exercise in most gym programs, good (or bad) form on bench press can determine whether you get big and strong, or whether you risk injury and plateauing. Here’s 6 steps […]

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  • Subway or Sushi?

    Posted on February 12, 2017

    The other day I was sitting in a cafe and I happened to overhear a conversation that a guy next to me was having on the phone. One thing really stuck out and grabbed my attention “No mate you had sushi yesterday, just have subway today.” The implication being that Subway is a fundamentally healthier option […]

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  • The Complete Pre-Workout Routine   We all wish we could have the ‘best’ workout every workout. Unfortunately this just isn’t the case. Although there are a few steps you can take to make sure you’re getting the most out of your body before every session.   Step 1. Hydration and Nutrition   Hydration is one […]

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  • IIFYM Meal Planning For Winners

    Posted on January 29, 2017

    IIFYM Planning For Winners So you want to get in shape but have no idea how to plan your meals throughout the day. Follow the steps below to set yourself up with a successful nutrition plan suited to YOU.   Firstly, read this article ‘The Ultimate Guide to Flexible Dieting’ to set your macronutrient and […]

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  • Avoid these 11 training mistakes below to maximise your chances of burning body fat and building muscle Not drinking enough water before you train Lack of hydration will lead to a decrease in performance, concentration and will cause you to struggle to get a ‘pump’. Lifting light weight for high reps with the hopes of building […]

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