The social veneer of modern day technologies has made as soft.The basic necessities of survival are a few mouse clicks away.It takes effort-focused,persistent,dedicated work toward a goal-to create anything of value,whether it’s a good family, a good career social life or anything else.Despite what fake fitness gurus say there are no shortcuts in this lifestyle…

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The swing is the foundation of effective Russian Kettlebell training.It dramatically improves one’s performance in most sports ranging from running to martial arts to powerlifting. My own research shows the kettlebell swings improves your balalnce and posture and a great overall fat burners,when performing the swing a few things need to be considered such as…

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As shown here with Danni the chin up can be used as a back and arm accessory exercise, much like the pull up, to increase arm and back pulling strength, increase muscle hypertrophy of the back and biceps, and improve grip strength and muscle endurance necessary for heavy lifts or grip dependent exercise. Being able to move your…

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The route to success in any area of life can be summed up in a simple, easy-to-remember formula. Decide what you wish to do, and then do it just like our client Angie she has been a great supporter of our services for over 12 month’s. That may seem entirely obvious, and indeed it is.…

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1. Take up a winter sport. If you’re a competitive type, why not try a new winter sport? From skiing to snowshoeing, there are many great options that burn mega calories and put a whole new twist on your cold-weather workout plans. 2. Get creative at home. Sure, getting to the gym can be more of a hassle…

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About Adam “I lost 6kg’s of fat in less than 6 weeks with my trainer on Fred! The 6 week challenge allowed me to accomplish what I thought was impossible. My trainer has been AMAZING – there for me every step of the way!! From the moment I started the program, my trainer helped me…

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Thanks to our Realfit Trainer Holly not only has Adrian packed on muscle but he has also pain free especially in his back. Whilst seemingly trivial statistics, they go a long way to highlighting women’s ability to focus their attention on the task at hand, particularly in a stereo typically male-focused arena such as training…

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I learned a long time ago that “The only way to lose is to quit”.   As long as you continue to make the effort and test and measure your results, you have not lost and your still in the game. Everyone experiences setbacks yep even me . However, those who achieve the most experience the…

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What is the difference between desperation and determination? The difference comes from having a positive, meaningful direction. The energy of desperation is wasted on self-pity and negativity. That can lead to destructive behavior, which only makes the sense of desperation worse. Yet by choosing a positive orientation, you can always transform the self-defeating energy of…

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Without a deadline you can exhaust yourself and still not arrive at any meaningful accomplishment.  A deadline compels you to prioritise and to expend your best efforts in the most meaningful direction. With a deadline, you are constantly reminded of how valuable and precious your time is. You’re able to see resources and opportunities that…

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Interval training is alternating bursts of intense activity with intervals of lighter activity. For example, if you walk for exercise and you’re in fairly good shape, you might incorporate 30  seconds of jogging with 1-3 minutes of walking, and continually repeat. If you haven’t worked up to jogging yet, you might alternate a moderate walking…

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In simple terms, muscle can only contract in a few ways. It can do the obvious and contract to shorten the distance between joints, such as when doing a bicep curl. This is called aconcentric contraction, where the muscle tenses while shortening.One of the main benefits of isometric training is that the body is able to…

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QUESTION: Do you think that the intensity of your workout is “THE THING” that gives you results or is it more about being consistent with your workouts? I like doing these kind of workouts, but I’m having a hard time pushing myself that hard every day and I’m finding now that I’m starting to dread doing…

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My top clients have one thing in common – they keep an honest fit book and food journal. They record every mouthful of what they eat and every sip even if they have gone off the rails . I also ask them to jot down the time, who the meal is with, and where they…

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This is a technique in which you use your thoughts and imagination to bring you closer to achieving your goals and creating what you want in life.When we visualise we act,and our subconscious mind interprets imagery as equivalent to a real life action,put simply,as if it already happened,and this helps our intention move from imagination…

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When you have a morning routine,made up of positive habits as possible,then you’re starting your day with intention and bringing your morning ‘wins’with you into the rest of the day,while also working to deter bad habits along the way.A study has found the key to happiness is structuring your day so that includes activities that…

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These are the 3 guidelines to follow after a workout: 1. As with every meal, you should include a lean, complete protein source, such as grilled chicken breast, cottage cheese, or protein powder. These are not only high-quality protein sources, they are also “quick-digesting proteins”, which is optimal after a workout (so the proteins’ amino acids reach…

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For me as a seasoned Personal Trainer this 12 week challenge is all about sharing my journey and making it as easy as possible for you to succeed. As a personal trainer and business owner my time is valuable so i wanted to think about  the most user-friendly program ever for me ! In 12…

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There are 7 lessons from James success story that I want to share with you because even if you have a different personal history than James, these 7 lessons are the keys to achieving any previously elusive fitness goal for the first time and I really think they apply to everyone. 1. Set the big…

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MY TOP 5 TIPS TO BE A SUCCESSFUL MAINTAINER 1. Increase your total daily activity level, including formal exercise as well as sports, physical work or recreational activity. Exercise improves weight loss, but more importantly, it is critical for weight maintenance. 2. Decrease sedentary recreational activities by cutting back on TV watching, computer games and…

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It was a few years ago when i decided to grace the stage after just turning 50 it was a long life quest to hold a title of Mr Australia in my division,not only did I do that I ended up winning the Mr Australia Asia and here are a few tips I learn’t on…

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Is there something that’s distracting you and keeping you from staying focused?Perhaps your pissed off with life(we all been there) There will always be some distraction or another, story from stopping you getting what you truly deserve in life  but you never have to give in to those distractions. I found that the way to…

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To say I was nervous getting Fred as a Master coach under my wing  was an understatement! The weights were not the problem after Fred clearly explained how his volume principle works, the food was! I knew it was going to be a major shock to the system. I loved junk food and was never…

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As a competitive amateur Bodybuilder I’ve learnt that Sometimes it can be truly helpful and enlightening to wander without a clear destination and to explore new territory. Yet if that’s all you ever do, all that enlightenment will never be put to use. When you give yourself a clear, specific goal, your actions take on…

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Metabolism is a term that collectively refers to all the chemical processes in your body. The faster your metabolism, the more calories your body needs. This is the reason some people can eat a lot without gaining weight, while others seem to need less to accumulate fat. The “speed of metabolism” is commonly known as metabolic rate. It’s the…

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If people don’t understand the “calories in” versus “calories out” equation, they’re not going to lose fat and will mistakenly think that there’s a cause and effect relationship between specific foods and gaining fat. Many people think eating pizza or a burger or chocolate equals getting fat. It doesn’t. It’s not a cause and effect…

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If you’ve caused metabolic damage as a result of following starvation diets or losing weight too rapidly in the past, it can be extremely difficult to achieve any further fat loss at all. The good news is, metabolic damage can be repaired. All it takes is the right combination of metabolism stimulating exercise and metabolism…

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Here are four ways to overcome food guilt and shame to cultivate a better relationship with food once and for all: Because food is a huge part of our social lives, it’s not realistic to skip happy hours, birthdays, weddings and almost every event. If you catch yourself feeling guilt or shame,  first come up…

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Emotional eating is such an unconscious act, they often don’t even realise they’re doing it. For many of us, that mindless munching can sabotage even the best-laid healthy-eating plan. While it isn’t realistic to think you can banish every single emotional eating episode, it is possible to cut back on this behavior. But you first…

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You don’t have to look too far to see the latest diet gimmicks promising quick and easy weight loss. To set things straight, we’ve debunked some of the most popular weight-loss tricks that frequently backfire EATING “CLEAN” ALL OF THE TIMESwearing off sweets and junk food, eliminating processed foods and getting back to the basics with…

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Push-ups: Is the one body weight chest exercise to rule them all. I like to cranks quick and fast reps at least 60 reps in around a minute in total in as few sets as possible. Do as many as you can and rest briefly, if needed, and then continue riding the gain train.  Tip: Note…

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Weight Loss Fitness Myth #1 Dieting eliminates fat  The fact is your body can’t discriminate between intentional calorie deprivation (as in a diet)and starvation.When you dramatically reduce your caloric intake,your body shifts into a protective mode by slowing your metabolism down and holding onto fat(an important energy source)and burning muscle instead.In the beginning of a…

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