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Fitness Tag

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5 Ways to Hit Your Winter Goals!

If you're anything like me, I find winter to be a challenging time of year. I don't know if it started from mid-year exams in school or university, or the seasonality of business. Every year since about 4 years ago seems to be getting better but it's still the time of year when I hit my biggest slumps. I've also been listening to some podcasts that provide wonderful insights and ignite me to explore new ways of being. Here are 5...

3 Tricks Triathlon Transitions Teaches You about Life

It’s another one of those days. Get up, throw on some clothes, choke breakfast down, get to gym/pre-work commitments, rush to first meeting (just made it!), and the load starts piling up. No chance for a breather. Lunch-time and you’re starving – but coffee, coffee, coffee! Every corner you turn means another ten-minute discussion, walking meeting, or crisis control. Getting back to the desk is your only focus, but at the same time there’s no energy left, plus all you...

Swim, Bike, Run – Fun!

If you know an endurance athlete, you probably think they're crazy. If you are an endurance athlete, you probably think other endurance athletes are crazy. If you want to be an endurance athlete, you know the nuts and bolts are coming apart and simply need some guidance in the best practices so you don't do something super crazy, like an Ironman. Or...

The Complex “Change-Cycle”

Ever noticed how a new job or gym programme is divided into phases? Generally, you'll begin with tremendous positivity and excitement. As days turn into weeks, weeks into months, and the end of your new, grand programme is nigh with despondency. Have you realised how as time passes you don't achieve the results you'd hoped for and old (maybe, bad) habits are banging on the back door? It's normal to have higher expectations for yourself than the realistic possibilities. There’s nothing wrong...