This week I wanted to share an experience, one of my clients went through last week.
This experience ended up being a great lesson for her, and its inspired me to share it with all of you.
I hadn’t seen her in a week, and I was aware the previous week had not been the best, in her own words.
I was ready to go through her progress, but before I could say anything I was told
We've all done it – I know I have.
Lying in bed, or relaxing after a long week and we get these bursts of inspiration.
You know, those amazing thoughts on what we want or how we see ourselves at our best.
We play it out in our minds; what we want to achieve, when we want to get there by, why we need to do it.
….and here comes the BUT.
BUT then we get to the p
Do you find it hard to take compliments?
I’m going to put my hand up here and say I’m so guilty of this.
So you may be wondering why I’m writing about it, when I don’t handle this well myself.
What would I know, right?
Well this is the exact reason I’m doing it!
I see this daily; either I go through it myself or I witness it with one o
You know what it’s like.
Whatever we’re doing, we want to be good at it.
Preferably straight away!
A new goal? I want to achieve it yesterday!
Hey, it’s human nature. It’s normal.
But is it helpful?
Kirsten would be the first to admit she's made many mistakes...never held her back though!
It’s easy to think like this; it’s easy
Imagine you're a mum in your 40s - chances are many of you reading this can easily do that.
Now imagine you've owned a pair of jeans since you were in your very early 30s and they haven't fit you for at least a good decade - you never thought the muffin top was a good look personally.
Now add to that you have a chronic shoulder condition that limits your movements in the gym, as well a
I don’t know about you but it doesn’t matter what I’m doing, as soon as I hear this word my ears perk up!
I’ve always loved chocolate – well that and anything sweet really.
Its been an addiction.
I’d sit in my bedroom and eat a litre of ice-cream in one sitting. It wasn’t out of the ordinary for me to demolish a who
Congratulations Jennifer on being selected as our latest Member of The Month!
Where were you born where did you grow up?
I was born at Knox Private hospital in Wantirna, Melbourne and grew up nearby in Ferntree gully.
What made you get into fitness?
I wanted to lose weight and get fit and healthy again!
We surprised Jen with flowers after a training session!
Why are we so afraid to appear vain?
New flash for all you ladies – it’s human nature! It’s normal.
Vanity in my opinion gets a very bad wrap.
It’s like a forbidden subject no one wants to talk about.
Everyone is only too happy to discuss the best skin care on the market…or give the best make-up tips to achieve a flawless complexion.