Workouts, health tips and nutritional advice, served up with a side of belly laughs and beards.
We take a look at resolutions, the traditional S.M.A.R.T. (specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, time-sensitive) goals structure, and the limitations of each.
Oefening, or Exercise in the common tongue, has been around as long as we have had limbs to move. Although it has changed dramatically over human history, the fundamentals remain the same. Here’s Dave to tell you more.
Phil tells me there’s these people that have studied for a great number of years to become qualified people that allow them to check other people’s general health condition.
Continuing on with our DIPMCS examples, we decided to tackle Flexibility, as Phil is in some dire need of some limbering up! We break down the system in with these easy to follow steps and mindset to progress you in the direction of becoming a flexible human. Check out our previous videos for more a […]
Are you getting enough of the good stuff?
Are you getting enough of the good old green stuff?
Having a stressful day? Don’t know what to do to fix it, or even where to begin? Try these quick 4 steps, they could be a life saver!
Not the sexiest of acronyms, we know, but if you look past the name, we think you will find this new way of setting goals to be highly effective in achieving long term success. DIPMCS Direction – choose a direction or path, not a destination Identity – identify yourself as a person who would achieve […]
Hopefully you have been able to put the DIPMCS system to good use in recent weeks. But if you still can’t wrap your head around it, that’s okay, it’s all apart of the process, however, we thought we would help you along your path by providing a few examples of how it works in everyday […]
We hope you have had a joyful and safe Christmas and New Year break, and didn’t turn into a Christmas ham like we did. But if you find yourself still snacking on all the naughty things well into the new year, we have detailed for you a few reasons why.
We now know the main reasons why we snack, so how do we stop? Or, if we can’t, or simply don’t want to stop, how do we make sure we’re snacking on the right things?
How do you plan your goals? Do you use the SMART structure? Have you used it in the past? Did it work for you? We challenge the commonly used goal setting system, and share a different approach to achieving planned success in you life.
Why do we procrastinate? We take a quit look at the reasons behind the avoidance.
We revealed why we procrastinate previously, now here’s a feature on how we can fix it.
On World Mental Health Day, let’s take a step back and assess how we perceive ourselves, others, and our place in the world.
Do you stereotype? Do you exaggerate based on the smallest piece of information? Blame illusory correlation. Here’s why…
Perception is crucial. The way in which we perceive things dictates our response to them. So how do we change an unhealthy perspective? Take a look at this week’s article for a step by step guide.
To stand or not to stand(ing desk), that is the question. We take a look at the benefits, if any, of the standing desk and what you need to know before considering one.
A simple solution to a simple problem. So why aren’t we doing it?
You may like to imitate your favourite horse rider down the home stretch at the races. But that doesn’t mean you should continue their posture at your desk all day. Check out what it’s doing to your health and how to fix it.
Headaches? Flushed face? Restless leg? Nail biting? What does your stress look like?
Stress harms your body and your mind. This is how.
We all get stressed sometimes, some more than others. But do you know what stresses you? I mean really know. Can you break it down to identify the cause of your stress so that you can fix it? We provide a simple technique that can get you started on the right path.
Through extensive research, we have discovered that research, isn’t actually being researched correctly!
What is mindfulness and why is everyone talking about it? We go through how you can use it to improve your day to day life.
A wealth of knowledge just a click away from experts in the field.
In the 10 or so years that I’ve been in workplace health I’ve completed close to 20,000 health consultations.
For some time now I’ve had a few issues with SMART goals. They’re not quite all they’re cracked up to be.
I have always had issues with SMART goals. I believe they are not suited for the majority of people making everyday goals
Let me be clear from the outset. I have no problem with resolutions.
We loathe it, yet we’re all guilty of it. We know we don’t want to do it but it’s just so hard to stop!
Everyone has a tried and tested hangover cure, and you’ve probably heard of plenty of them, but what actually works?
These are real people from various companies that we consult with. Whilst these stories are great examples, they are far from unique and represent a great many of the people we work with every day.
A sneak peek at our full fact sheets included with our health seminars.
The new buzz term around the health industry. We separate the crap from the facts to give you a better understanding of what’s going on down there.
Habits are routine behaviours created from repetition and physiologic exposure that are completed, often subconsciously, in order to serve a purpose. Understanding them, is the first step to taking control of them.
As fun as the end of the year is, we all know how challenging it can be for our health. We share some tips for you to stick to our good habits, especially when things start to get a bit haphazard.
Whether it be overseas, interstate, or in the car all day visiting clients, it’s hard to maintain a consistent routine when our daily requirements are constantly changing. Luckily there are some simple ways we can mitigate this and ensure we stay healthy, even with the most chaotic of schedules.
Things are quite literally trying to kill us all the time. It’s not their fault, it’s just what they do. Bacteria, viruses, fungi, they’re all trying to grow and replicate, and they often want to use our bodies to do it. We look at how this incredibly useful and complex system protects us.