We're celebrating 2020 International Women's Day and we're inviting women (and men!) from our local community to come and join us!
Enjoy this FREE event as we share our individual stories with other women from our local community, with a glass of sparkling or two!
Featuring special guest speaker Cathy Truong, Executive Director at Our Community. Women's advocate, entrepreneur, wife and mother of three, Cathy promises to take us on a journey through the amazing and not so amazing experiences of being a modern women.
Being a couch potato all day and ordering Uber eats while watching Netflix, generally means the kg’s are going to pile up. Add a busy schedule and we’ve just found an excuse for avoiding a long workout to burn off all the vino and food we have consumed.
Tempted to crank up the air-conditioning at the studio when the temperature soars? You may want to re-think your training plans. Working out in the summer heat can lead to quick improvements in fitness. This process, known scientifically as heat adaptation, can be applied to any workout format. Turn up the intensity of your summer training to maximize the benefits of soaring temperatures this summer. Here’s what you stand to gain when you add heat to your summer workouts…and what you need to know to do so safely.
Training in summer conditions may need some pre-planning!
It’s this point of the year many of us aggressively step up our exercise programs to help shed some unwanted weight in search for our beach bodies! However exercise in the summer heat should be approached with some caution and planning.
We’re so close to the finish line and many of us are counting on a break to put our feet up, recharge and reflect on the year past. We might even put some thought into what lies ahead.
With the year coming to a close, we find ourselves spending less time preparing and cooking meals and more time attending festivities fueled with nibbles, alcohol and sweet foods.
It is called the ‘silly season’ after all.….
At some point in our lives, we have all engaged in some form of stretching to reduce stiffness and pain or increase flexibility and range of movement. However, much of the current information regarding the benefits of stretching appear to be conflicting, with research both supporting and rejecting the suggested benefits....so who do you believe?
The Australian Bureau of Statistics estimate 70-90% of people will suffer from low back pain at some point in their life.
70-90%, now that is a lot of people!
It's been ten years since the concept of Core Principles was born. Its inception was driven partly by ignorance, partly by frustration but mostly out of a desire to add meaning to my life!!