Category Archives: Sport

The best foods to eat for training

Susie is currently a brand ambassador for Australian Bananas. To learn more about the partnership, click here. This is a sponsored post. If you train regularly, at the gym, with a PT or by yourself, the last thing you want is for your nutrition post training to be undoing all of your hard work. Similarly, if […]

City2Surf 24 Hours Out. What to Eat?

With just over 24hrs to go until the big race, preparation thoughts can now turn to getting your nutrition right so you are optimally fuelled for a 14km run or walk. While ensuring that your muscles stores of glycogen are at their best, for the more recreational athletes, this does not mean you have to […]

I have finally gone to yoga

I have finally gone to yoga, and you know what, I kinda like it…. After more than 15 years of being a chronic ‘over exerciser’, I have finally relented to my ultra-tight hammy’s; the fact that I can barely stand up straight when I get up out of the chair and the fact that even […]

Getting ready for running events

Despite the Winter gloom, it has been great to hear that many people have committed to training for the upcoming running events around Australia. Not only is running one of the biggest calorie burners, there are also fantastic benefits associated with getting out and about, having a regular schedule and eating well to support your […]

This weeks guest blogger: Personal trainer Tony Boutagy’s 5 tips for a healthy summer

This week we are so lucky that our guest blog is written by leading Exercise Physiologist Tony Boutagy from the Boutagy Fitness Institute ( Here Tony shares his 5 tips for a healthy Summer. December and January is a time that many Australian’s take their summer holidays. A few weeks away from work, a change […]

Girls vs. boys

I would have to say that the part of my work that I enjoy the most is that I get to observe people every single day – I get to observe single people, married people, divorced people, straight people, gay people, families, split families, children, teens – you name it, I get to see them […]