Sugar is part of our diet. There has been much written about it and we are told to steer clear of sugar as it will make us fat. Will it really?
Teresa and Carol are members of our Run Club at Penrith. They are our Star Clients this month and this is their story.
Everyone says a little bit of a certain type of chocolate is good for you but is it really?
The normal human heart rate ranges from 60–100 bpm. When you begin to exercise, your heart rate increases in accordance with your exercise intensity. Becoming aware of the intensity of your exercise will help you to ensure that you exercise at the right intensity to achieve your health or fitness goals.
You have started your new diet and exercise regime.You start seeing some incredible improvements but then suddenly the scale stops moving and your measurements don’t change. You have reached a plateau. You wonder what you have done wrong and start wondering if this is it. Fortunately you are not alone. Plateaus are very common and happen to most people during their weight loss journey, especially as they get closer to their goal weight. Here are a few things you can do to get back on track.
I had been a regular at a gym for ten years, mostly lifting weights. I ran the City to Surf a few times and really enjoyed running but did not train to run. After an Achilles injury I thought I would never run again.
Too easy choc protein balls
1 cup cashews, blended until smooth (or cheat with cashew butter)