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Les Mills on Demand App

Les Mills has an app for those that want to work out at home. Les Mills is a well known group for their world class, calorie burning exercises. They started in New Zealand and are going strong. Today many gyms have their workouts. There is a free trial for those that are new and theContinue reading “Les Mills on Demand App”

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Our stay at home Instagram movement

Due to the Coronavirus we have a Stay at Home movement on Instagram. Not enough people are taking this thing seriously. They think that “oh it might not happen to me and even if it does, then I’ll recover because I’m healthy!” Well it can happen to anyone and it has with NSW well overContinue reading “Our stay at home Instagram movement”

The coronavirus and why we should #savehospo

The Government has banned all restaurants and cafes from dining in. But they can still do takeaway and alcohol sales online or you can go there and pick it up. People in the hospitality industry are feeling it right now. The hotels may not be feeling it as they are getting people who will beContinue reading “The coronavirus and why we should #savehospo”

Fitness Australia’s Keep on Moving campaign

Fitness Australia is a not for profit organisation who advocates for gyms, personal trainers among other staff that work in the gym. They have about 20000 members. During Stage One of the lockdown the health and fitness industry was hit the hardest. During the Covid19 times it is important to move when you can. FitnessContinue reading “Fitness Australia’s Keep on Moving campaign”

National nutrition month

March is National nutrition month. This is a month that happens in America and not so much in Australia. I was hoping to do this month in order to promote national nutritional standards in Australia. Standards in Australia are quite low. We don’t eat enough fruits and vegetables and hydrate properly. Hence the obesity rateContinue reading “National nutrition month”

Our 100 days of less sugar part 3

In this part we spent most of our time at home due to the Coronavirus outbreak. And when we did we kept up with the less sugar program. If you are cooped up at home this program would be really good to take. You start from Part 1 and you work your way. The BakingContinue reading “Our 100 days of less sugar part 3”

Banana cake with low fat Philadelphia cheese

We like to make our own banana cake. I hate going outside to a cafe and ordering banana cake from there as it tastes lurid and its full of calories, carbs and starches of all kind. The icing outside is always too sweet and full of fat. Here we have one which is not fullContinue reading “Banana cake with low fat Philadelphia cheese”

Pasta bolognaise

I love having this dish during the colder months. Especially now that we are in Coronavirus lockdown it’s important to have a freezer filled with precooked sauces and other things. For the healthcare workers this is extremely vital after a long hard day at work looking after people. This version has about 300-500 calories andContinue reading “Pasta bolognaise”

Cyberbully the movie

In our everyday lives at work and at school we are bullied a lot. People are bullied for all kinds of reasons whether it is a disability or looks or some other reason. We watched Cyberbully on Youtube as this movie is a VHS movie. It stars Emily Osment as a 17 year old girlContinue reading “Cyberbully the movie”

How to manage a bad mental health week

We all have these weeks where you don’t want to get up and go to the gym or you dread walking to uni. I got the idea from Moll Eats and Lifts. During the Covid19 we are stuck indoors most of the time. My non negotiables Work I work with people that suffer from mentalContinue reading “How to manage a bad mental health week”

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