Category Archives: Motivation

Why Are You Looking For A Problem?

There seems to be a common trend in the fitness industry as of lately….self diagnosis! When it comes to weight/fat loss people tend to just skip the basics and jump straight to trying to find the over complicated problem that they hypothetically have. After talking to some people, who have no qualifications, and a few…

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Gratitude Is Everything

Gratitude: “the quality of being thankful; readiness to show appreciation for and to return kindness” One thing I’ve personally worked hard on is being grateful for the more little things in life. Why? Let me explain… It’s easy to be grateful for the momentous occasions in life. Getting a job promotion, buying a new car…

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Don’t lift too heavy!

Don’t lift too heavy! This is probably one of the most spoken about topics with regards to weight training, especially amongst females. But what is “too heavy”? Firstly, just a quick note to all beginners. Weights don’t make you ‘bulky’…too many calories do! Now, back to this “too heavy” topic. There’s a couple of things…

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Behind every cloud is a blue sky!

I want you to all imagine for a minute. You know them days when you wake up and everything is just great! You feel good upon wakening, energy is high, motivation and drive are at the ready. Nothing goes wrong in your day and you just feel happy overall. This is your BLUE SKY! Now…

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Fat Loss Is Just Like A Roller-coaster

Fat Loss is just like a roller-coaster 🎢 It’s full of ups and downs and can be, at most times, a bag of mixed emotions. Aswel as being a little scary for most people, it can be as disappointing just as much as it satisfying. Fat Loss is NEVER linear pattern and if you expect…

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How To Calculate Your Calories

  Use these charts below to find your weight in either kg or pounds. Then depending on your personal goal use the scale of 10-20 to find your calorie goal. Please remember that these are ONLY a guideline. So many factors will come in to play for various different people as mentioned in the video…

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