fitness

08
JUL
2016
fat burning

Hitting the fat burning zone

When it is time to shed some weight, the treadmills ‘fat burning’ mode might be the way to go.  But does a slow and steady power walk really gets the job done? Loosing weight might be a little trickier than that! There has been a lot of debate around the benefits of... Read More
01
JUL
2016
Summer bodies are built in winter

Summer bodies are built in winter

Lack of energy and lack of motivation are very common in winter. This article is all about being aware that summer bodies are built in winter and how to get you out of the ‘winter blues’. Temperatures have dropped and as temperatures drop, often our motivation to keep fit drops... Read More
23
MAY
2016

Dealing with Injuries

Isn’t this one of the most frustrating things? You’re getting into training, starting to make some progress and seeing results. Then suddenly you get injured, sick or something else happens which stops you from training. In no time this can make you feel like... Read More
28
FEB
2016
Sources of protein

Protein sources for weight loss and lean muscle gain

Eggs Not only does one whole egg contain about 6 grams of high quality protein, but the yolk is extremely nutrient dense and provides a variety of valuable vitamins and minerals. Leen Red Meat Choose for lean meat to keep your fat and calorie intake under control. Here are a few... Read More
07
NOV
2015

Weight loss; benefits of slow vs rapid weight loss

What is better, slow and gradual or fast weight loss? In the past the general rule always used to be ‘slow and steady’. These days, research says that it actually doesn’t really matter. Both ways can have pros and cons, and what works for one person, won’t... Read More