How A Morning Routine Will Keep You Fit And Healthy.

A morning routine will set you up for the day and if you do it right, you’ll be alright. For different people that routine may look different. It could be a regular 10 minute routine or it could take 1 hour. Depending upon what works well for you. Aim to develop something you could stick…

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The Front Squat – Why Should I Learn It?

The “front squat” is an under-utilised variant of squats, there’s a few reasons why, but it also might be the most useful for our function if we take the time to learn it. After all, most of our squatting or “doing” happens where the load is at the front as opposed to a weight directly…

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It’s Not Your Fault You Have Poor Foot Control

The problem starts at school (or even as a toddler). Every parent is well meaning but the marketing has got to them, it’s not your fault you or your child have poor foot control. After all, those pair of designer shoes look awfully cute (they often do). But are they best for my toddler, child…

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Diet Soft Drinks – Are they better or WORSE?

Why you should ditch the diet soft drink for good 1. They still expand your waistline Daily users of diet soft drinks gain centimetres of belly fat, sometimes more than those drinking other beverages. If you thought diet soft drink was a healthy alternative to the regular, sugar-laden stuff, it might be time to reconsider. A 10-year study…

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Comparing Body Composition Measurement Devices

Would you love an accurate way to measure and track your body’s changes?   Unfortunately there is an inherent measurement of error with most tracking devices. Some are more accurate that others, those accurate ones are often a little harder to come by and not exactly easy to complete. Let’s compare a few…   DEXA…

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