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18/02/2013

Ditch the cereal!

Here is a great breakfast eating option alternative to our  cultural favourite – highly refined rubbish with athletes on the packet  (yes it does taste good, […]
18/01/2013

Sugar. How sweet it is! Not!!

How much is too much? Well the typical Australian has around 34 teaspoons a day. This is way too much! It should be less than 5 […]
26/11/2012

If you can’t work with us choose these guys!

I am a realist. Not everyone can afford a personal trainer but so many people need one. Most people have a go at exercising to lose […]
09/11/2012

Male, over 50? You should read this!

There are a few resources that I have come across in my time in this industry that I trust and use myself. Tom Venuto and his […]
17/10/2012

Ride to work day

In a world conspiring to take away every opportunity for incidental exercise. Remote control this, automated that. When time is of the essence (which it is […]
05/10/2012

Hope springs eternal

Here is a link to an short article I wrote in the newsletter of a firm really respect. Check it out.
20/09/2012

Our training philosophy in a nutshell

How should you train? Interval sessions, long distance cardio, heavy weights, cross fit, pilates, yoga? How does it all fit in if I am trying to […]
07/09/2012

Whey Protein Isolate versus Concentrate

What is the difference? Isolate tends to be a more highly concentrated form of protein and is lower in lactose. On the downside it is perhaps […]
31/07/2012

All about gut health

From my friends at Precision Nutrition. This post is very comprehensive review of what I am noticing is a very common problem and for some reason […]