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Want to Live Longer? Lift Weights

LINKING LIFESPAN AND LIFTING Several studies have found a correlation between strength training and lifespan. The latest, a 2018 study published in the Journal of the American Heart Association found women with an average age of 62 who spent up to 145 minutes per week engaged in strength training activities were less likely to die from cardiovascular disease and any other cause…

Mental Health

Ways to look after your mental health and wellbeing

There are many simple ways to look after your mental health on a daily basis. We are all different and what works for one of us may not work for another. There are little things you can do daily which may help. Here are some things you can try that may help to look after your mental health and wellbeing:…

DECISION MAKING

5 Ways to Be More Confident in Your Decisions

Overanalyzing every decision you make is a terrible habit to fall into that we’re all guilty of. If you feel uncertain about choosing, guess what? You’ll just keep thinking about it. The first step is taking control. This week, take advantage of your ability to make better decisions. Instead of overthinking every detail, possibility and outcome, learn when to trust…

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Strength Training Will Change Your Life

You get married. Have a baby. Move across the world. Start going to night school so you can get a degree. All of these are life-changing events that make you a different person. But did you know your life can change significantly just by spending some time strength training? That’s right—if you’re willing to commit to strength training, your life…

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Lets talk about… CONSISTENCY

I want to chat with you about one of the most critical components with your fitness goals (and in most if not all aspects of your life): CONSISTENCY. It’s something that we often forget to include amongst our motivation, our training ability or even our nutrition when trying to reach our goals. It doesn’t matter what you are doing or…