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Top 3 Myths About Exercise & Older People

Have you given up on exercise? A lot of older people do — just one out of four people between the ages of 65 and 74 exercises regularly. Many people assume that they’re too out-of-shape, or sick, or tired, or just plain old to exercise. They’re wrong. “Exercise is almost always good for people of…

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Five rules from psychology to help keep your new year’s resolutions

We are creatures of habit. Between a third and half of our behaviour is habitual, according to research estimates. Unfortunately, our bad habits compromise our health, wealth and happiness. On average, it takes 66 days to form a habit. But positive behavioural change is harder than self-help books would have us believe. Only 40% of people can sustain their…

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5 Best Dumbbell Exercises

Getting a new body doesn’t have to be complicated. Whether you’re aiming for rapid fat loss, size, or cardiovascular fitness.  A pair of dumbbells will tick the box – providing you use them correctly. Yes, curls might get the girls, but increasing your dumbbell dexterity with a few extra free-weight exercises will get you to…

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Nutrition for Beginners

Why should you eat healthy? Eating healthy has more benefits for you than being kind to your waistline. Eating a balanced, nutritious diet can prevent high cholesterol, high blood pressure, and diabetes. It can also improve your mood and energy. There are three main components to creating a balanced diet: calories, macronutrients, and micronutrients. Let’s…

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4 Ways Exercising Reduces Anxiety:

Even if working out is the last thing you want to do, there are plenty of reasons why you should hit the gym when you’re feeling anxious. By building and committing to the right fitness routine, regular exercise can make a substantial difference in the way you feel. Here are four reasons you should frequent…

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Five Ways to Look and Feel Your Best for the Summer

Winter is the time of baggy clothes, multiple layers, and warm, calorie-dense food. As soon as winter’s over, it’s time to start pulling your spring and summer clothes out of storage, planning beach trips with friends, and potentially dropping the extra five kgs of insulation you gained while being holed up indoors.   It can…

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Walk’n’Talk For Life

Walk’n’Talk For Life is a rapidly expanding community event occurring regularly around the country in response to the growing rate of suicide in our society. Started by former NRL Manly player Shannon Nevin who is a Personal Trainer and owner of That Fitness Place in Seaforth.

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