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How you can get time for yourself almost instantly!

Do you ever feel like you wake up, have a quick breakfast, and rush out the door? And then you spend the rest of the day in a hurry from one place to the other, only to finally crash in bed at night, barely took a shower, only to do it again the next day?  Making time for ourselves never…

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The uncomfortable truth about bad posture

Your body is used to it, but that doesn’t mean it is a good thing. You know it, you have been told many times. You should stand up straight with your head up, your shoulders back and your feet firmly planted shoulder-width apart. Unfortunately, having bad posture is as common as getting up in the morning and going to sleep…

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Be in control! Curbing your appetite

Bill Phillips, an American entrepreneur and author once said that food is the most widely abused anti-anxiety drug in Australia, and exercise is the most potent yet underutilized antidepressant. Ok, little lie. He wasn’t referring to Australia but America, but he wouldn’t have been wrong if he had. In fact, I’m sure most of us think his reasoning applies not…

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Habits over Goals

Both habits & goals require different actions from us. We want to get fit GOAL – I decide I want to be fit in six months HABIT – I commit to 30 minutes of exercise daily See the difference? PROBLEMS WITH GOALS They Have an Endpoint Once achieving a goal, people revert to their previous state. Example: a person trains…

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It’s not about size: The many benefits of lifting weights

Whether you are lifting weights at home or at the gym, many studies show that it has multiple physical & mental benefits to your health. Unlike what some people may think, the benefits of lifting weights go far and beyond aesthetics purposes. In fact, the World Health Organization (WHO) recommends resistance training -a type of exercise that improves muscular strength…