intermittent fasting
Intermittent fasting as seen by an Exercise Nutritionist and Dietitian
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There’s no doubt Intermittent Fasting is a hot topic at the moment. It seems you can’t scroll through any health influencer’s socials without seeing the words! But is it suitable for you and your health and fitness goals? Read on to explore intermittent fasting as seen by Exercise Nutritionist and Dietitian Claudia Cramer.

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6 hacks to keep you motivated this winter
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Look we know Winter can be the more challenging of the seasons. It’s colder, darker, gloomier and the sofa with some Netflix and chocolate is all too appealing. Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a real thing! Which is why we have put together our top 6 hacks to keep you motivated this winter. Try one or try them all…either way we hope they help you stay on the health and fitness bandwagon to reach those goals and boost your mood until our friend Summer makes her way back to us.

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Ashley Freeman yoga
6 post workout recovery hacks you need to try
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Love pushing through intense workouts and smashing your goals, but hate the stiffness and pain that follows? This doesn’t have to be the case! We’ve looked at 6 post workout recovery hacks you need to try stat. We’re talking on-trend and effective ice baths, magnesium floats and more!

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Beast mode
Breaking Beast Mode
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If you’ve trained in a gym, you’ve probably heard the term “Beast Mode.” You may have also thought you were using it once or twice too. In case you’re unfamiliar, “Beast Mode” is figuratively thinking of yourself as a beast and smashing your workouts, your weights, your body, your protein shake, and your food, then repeating this…and doing it all in the style of the most hard core “beast” you could think of. While this may sound like “goals” to some, it could be doing your health more harm than good.

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Fitness competition
How to beat the post comp blues – Nutritionist Keiarna Kerr
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Post comp blues are a reality for many fitness competitors. They have goals to work towards, workout schedules to adhere to and meal plans in place and then, one day, the competition comes to an end. Once the excitement fizzles out, competitors can face the unexpected blues. Brisbane Nutritionist Keiarna Kerr explains the science behind why this happens and how you can beat the post comp blues.

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How to: Turn a resolution into a habit.
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With the new year comes the typical resolutions. You know, the “new year new you” kind of stuff. The time of soaring gym memberships and broken weight loss promises. Unfortunately we all know that a lot of these won’t come to fruition, but when it comes to your health surely you owe it to yourself to see this one through!

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