Our latest article in our nutrition series looks at the science behind salt. There is often a lot of hate towards salt in the media, blaming mass-production for increasing salt levels in our diets. But what are the facts?
In our first of a series of articles on nutrition, we look at the wonderful world of carbs. Learn how they can be helpful in a balanced diet…
Over July and August 2013 all 3 groups of Future Performers will be taking Part in the “Performers Pre Season sessions” which will mix up Gym sessions including technique, circuit work, and conditioning work on Exmouth Beach! Join us.
Although the weather may suggest differently, summer is most definitely approaching. And quickly! Before we’ve even realised, it’s May and it’s time to start making those summer holiday plans and to get that summer body into shape. What simple things can you do to make sure you’re looking and feeling great when it’s time to go to the beach?
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“You’re either in or you’re out. There is no such thing as life in-between.”
With the New Year long gone and the summer firmly set in our sights, it’s at this point in the year that people begin to look for the best ways of getting their summer bodies into shape. But is what you’re doing to get your summer look really the best thing for you to be doing?
“2013 will be the year of a new me”. Sound familiar?
Embarking on a new active and healthy lifestyle is a great idea, but whatever choices you make, ensure they are sustainable. Transforming yourself overnight from someone who eats badly and takes no exercise, to someone who exercises daily and eats perfectly is unlikely to last. Make small and consistent improvements over time and they will remain part of your lifestyle and the bigger picture will take care of itself. Strive to limit unnecessary stress and your life will have a great balance to it.
Christmas and the holiday season brings with it lots of temptations and chances to undo all your hard work in terms of diet and fitness. And with the cold weather and short dark days it can be hard to get motivated to get outside and work out. Here are some simple tips to keep you on your toes and healthy during the winter months.