Explore our articles
Building our knowledge on how to achieve and maintain a healthy lifestyle is so important. New ideas, or simply a refresher, our industry leading Personal Trainers are a wealth of knowledge on all aspects of nutrition, training weight loss and overall wellbeing.
Learn how to lose the weight and keep it off for life, and why you need a plan for both!
Health & Nutrition
Everything from understanding your macronutrients through to the importance of rest and recovery on your journey.
Fitness & Training
Learn about weight training and it’s benefits or even tips and tricks for your first running event.
- Fitness and Training
Time poor or poor with time?Macquarie ParkDuring my footballing days, my coach would always say to me "Failing to prepare is preparing to fail!" The choices we make in life will either put us on the right track or the dark unknown. Why is it the issue that we have more excuses about time constraints, yet we can spend so much time standing in the long lunch lines in those crowded food courts during our lunch breaks?
- Health and Nutrition
Constipated? Avoid TheseDrummoyneConstipation can be a real pain. There may be some foods that you can avoid to make sure that pain doesn't last long! You may also be able to prevent any further issues by keeping your consumption of them as part of your regular diet nice and low.
- Weight Loss
How to Stop Drinking Soft Drink to Improve Your Health and Lose WeightDrummoyneThe day I stopped drinking Coke was the day I learnt about how many teaspoons of sugar were in each can... 10! Can you believe that? 39g of Sugar (120 calories), where 4g = 1 teaspoon, means there is 10 teaspoons per can. Imagine if you put that many into your coffee? Or tea? What also scared me was how they could possibly hide that many teaspoons without making you want to vomit!
- Fitness and Training
What is ITB Syndrome and How Do You Treat it?DrummoyneITB Syndrome (Iliotibial friction syndrome) is one of the most common causes of "Runner's Knee" and can account for up to 22% of overuse injuries in runners. Being an overuse injury, it is caused by repeated trauma rather than a specific incident.
Experience the Vision difference
Enjoy a FREE initial consultation, when you book today.