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15 Fitness Tips That Can Change Your Body

                  Below are some little tips that benefit our Boot Camp Brisbane and can also make a big difference to your health and fitness. 1. Do More Exercise Our metabolism drops 2% per decade after the age of 20 so the older...

How To Measure Belly Fat

“Overweight” or “Obese” are simply labels given to weight ranges greater than what is considered healthy for a given height. These ranges of weight have shown to have an increased risk of certain diseases and other heath problems.   Body Mass Index (BMI)   BMI is a measure of an...

Are Your Glory Days Behind You?

  I often hear men in their 30’s and 40’s talk about their active life during their 20’s before moving onto how age has pushed those glory days far behind them. They are now over weight, stressed and look much older than their age would suggest.   Are they right? Are their glory days...

Post Workout Protein Balls

                  I made some post workout protein balls. They took less than 5 minutes to make Creates 12 balls Less than 100 Calories for a 3 ball serving Recipe: 1 cup rolled oats 1 large banana 1 serving of chocolate low carb...

Back To Exercise Basics

It is the new year and people are thinking about what they want to achieve with their health and fitness. if you want to move forward now is a great time to concentrate on exercise basics.   I often see people rush their workout, perform half repetitions and place finishing their workout fast ahead of...

How To Monitor Your Training Intensity

As we become fitter and stronger the exercise we are used to performing becomes less intense. We need to adjust our training to keep progressing and burn those extra calories. It may mean running faster, jumping higher, performing more repetitions, providing more resistance or simply improving our exercise technique. Are...

How To Improve The Appearance Of Cellulite

Cellulite is the bumpy, dimply appearance of the skin that nobody likes. How Is Cellulite Caused? The outermost layer of the skin is called the Epidermis. The next layer of skin beneath the epidermis is called the Dermis which is filled hair follicles, sweat glands, blood vessels, nerve receptors and connective tissue....