Fat loss is one of the major reasons that individuals take up exercise. However, traditional training methods have relied on “steady state” aerobic type exercise to no avail. Current research indicates that High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) may be more advantageous in achieving health benefits. University of NSW Associate Professor Stephen Boutcher has highlighted the […]
Weight gain is such a frustrating thing. Most people don't realise that their weight is getting out of hand as it's happening. There's usually a moment of shock as a favourite shirt doesn't close or someone finally musters up the courage to comment about the way you look. That moment where you can no longer [...]
I know, the title looks like yet another dodgy clickbait headline that exaggerates but falls short after you dive in. Except this one doesn't! I saw it with my very own eyes! In the clinic, Danny sat across from me. He was relaxed because he wasn't the one that was there to see me, he was [...]
I once asked a friend of mine if he was happy that I completed the same course as him at university one year ahead of him. His answer was "yes, because you showed me what not to do!" Thanks Gary. That comment always stuck with me...not because he was wrong (I never had the best [...]
One of the largest barriers with teaching people how to reverse diabetes is to first understand that it's not your fault that you're diabetic. You see, as a society we've got it very wrong. Our nutritional experts listened to the wrong sources about what is "healthy" and what is not. Sugar is the basis of [...]
In this video: What causes high blood sugar & How you can lower blood sugar naturally.
I am obsessed with finding objective measures for tracking and monitoring health focused programs. Basically, I don't want to invest any time or effort unless I have a way to ensure (or measure) that the time & effort is leading me towards my goals. I was first drawn to an activity tracker when I saw [...]
We have developed a step by step ultimate guide to reverse diabetes Click here to view the guide or keep reading... Type 2 Diabetes is one of the most common lifestyle diseases affecting 415 Million people globally and 1.7 Million Australians. Participation in regular exercise is vital to continue to prompt and train the muscles [...]