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Why does boxing for fitness pack such a powerful punch?

by Oliver Kitchingman | Monday, June 13, 2016

This blog post was provided by the team at Boxing for Fitness. more

How will we stop obesity crushing our society?

by Oliver Kitchingman | Monday, June 06, 2016

Dire warning on diabetes more

Are FILEX and the Fitness Expo the same thing?

by Oliver Kitchingman | Friday, April 15, 2016

FILEX more

Meet the Network team! Paul Bulatao, National VET Manager

by Alisha Smith | Tuesday, April 12, 2016

Fitness education has been (and continues to be) a cornerstone in the development of the role of fitness professional. Entry level qualifications offer prospective trainers and instructors a sound footing on which to determine their own training philosophy and career direction, alongside a plethora of continuing education options. For more experienced fitness pros, an eagerness to share their knowledge and skills with the next generation of trainers leads many to consider moving into education. more

How to build a PT website (infographic)

by Oliver Kitchingman | Tuesday, March 29, 2016

The following blog post and infographic was produced by the team at TotalCoaching. To access the full 4,000-word guide, click here. more

Ten foods to improve your eye health

by Oliver Kitchingman | Monday, March 21, 2016

The following post was written by Optometry Australia’s resident optometrist Luke Arundel. more

We need to be mentally fit before we can be physically fit

by Oliver Kitchingman | Monday, March 14, 2016

No diet, no detox: how to re-learn the art of eating more

Meet the Network team! Bel Fong, Event Coordinator

by Oliver Kitchingman | Monday, December 21, 2015 more

How to drink less but still have fun this party season

by Network Admin | Monday, December 14, 2015

This post is written by Catherine Saxelby, an accredited dietitian and nutritionist who is a member of the Lion Beer Advisory Panel and has overseen the introduction of nutrition information panels onto Lion’s entire range of beers.

If we could just contain things to a one-off Christmas Day blow-out, our bodies could cope. But it’s those indulgent gatherings in the long lead-up such as end-of-year farewells, speech nights, office parties and family picnics that can wreak havoc with our best intentions. Then it spills over into New Year with fatty finger food and salty chips.
The silly season is also the peak time for drinking, from a glass of bubbly on arrival to a cold beer at a barbecue, but it can undo your hard efforts at the gym if you go overboard. Small wonder this over-indulgence is linked to holiday weight gain. more

Should I juice or should I blend?

by Oliver Kitchingman | Thursday, December 10, 2015

This blog post was written by Lisa Craven, author of Juice It! Blend It!

With party season upon us, and the increased opportunity to indulge in snacks and alcohol that this entails, you might want to give yourself a pre-emptive health boost by packing more nutrients into your day. And whizzing a whole bunch of fruit and veggies into a drink is a great way to quickly get a massive hit of goodness.

But should you juice or blend? Juicing and blending are both great, but for different reasons. Juices are made using juice extractors and smoothies are made in blenders. Although some think they are the same, they are in fact quite different. They taste different, have a different consistency and different health benefits. You can have a few juices in one day, but just one smoothie will fill you up. more

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