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)
Matt was first introduced to Mind Body Motion by his sister, Rachy Rach who has been a long standing MBM client. He initially participated in some of our other challenges and had proven to be really consistent, doing it both competitively and for his own fitness improvement.
- 76 people completed this challenge which was 75% of our original participants.
- 12 weeks of training.
- Four days covering 42.195km walking or running.
- Approx. 27,000km covered.
- Hundreds of hours of blood, sweat and tears.
- Locations for training include Sydney, Kulala Lumpur, the Gold Coast, Melbourne, the Phillipines, Canberra, Foster, Budapest, Tokyo, London, Cowra, Mount Tamborine and Paradise Point.
- $1060 donated to The Salvation Army Bush fire appeal.
This training plan was for people with a base level of fitness and most had not done this kind of intense training before. They ran, they walked, they ran/walked. Many found new friends through this program and some old friendships were renewed. Over 12 weeks they worked hard to fit in the training, sometimes having to get up early or stay up late. No-one made excuses and some battled injury on the way and fought back. They all did a terrific job and over the four days we had many groups get together to complete the task as a team.
This month we are looking at the very important issue of adequate dietary iron intake. Late last year Kerrelie discovered her iron stores were very low, so we are taking a look at her diet before this discovery and also the changes she has made since to increase her iron intake.
Breakfast: A small bowl of sanitarium light n tasty, coffee
My name is Rachel and I have been training with MBM for almost two years. Our little group at Tunks Park was meant to be a short term maternity coverage for MBM but we loved training with Graeme so much we stayed on and the group has grown.