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6 Biggest Gym Beginner Mistakes

1. EGO LIFTING This is by far the biggest mistake i see in beginners and also in some regular gym goers. Trying to lift with your ego, letting all form go to ruin in the attempt to try and either outlift the person next to you or impress the opposite sex. Now this is mainly […]

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How many Calories do i need to eat if i want to lose/gain weight?

The first thing you need to know in your quest to lose/gain weight is your BMR– your energy expenditure at rest (the number of Calories you’d burn if you stayed in bed all day).Once you have this figure you can calculate how many calories your body requires to maintain its current weight using another formula. […]

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Healthy Recipes Part 21:Turkey and Broccoli Meatloaf

                Ingredients 500g 97% Fat Free Turkey Mince 150g Broccoli – Finely Chopped 150 Zucchini – Finely Chopped 1 onion – Finely Chopped 100g Quick Oats 3 Eggs 2 Gloves of Garlic Chopped 1/2 Cup of Water Pepper and Salt Directions Put Vegetables through a food processor and […]

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Your guidelines to be more productive in the gym

1. Leave your phone in your bag –  you are not that important and if your workout is important to you, you can live without your phone for 45 minutes i’m sure! 2. Turn up the tunes – Studies show listening to music while working out can help people workout harder. It will also keep […]

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Tinned Tuna – making the right choice…. for our oceans sake…

Getting enough protein in your diet is critical if you want to maintain a lean physique and Tuna is one of the most readily available and cost effective sources that is a staple in most health concious peoples cubboards. But at what cost??? Canned tuna is the biggest selling seafood item in Australia(it’s  canned tuna […]

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Sugar – The Most Addictive Drug?

Sugar ticks the 4  boxes for the main characteristics  associated with drugs and other addictive subtances. Bingeing – when you consume, inhale or ingest a substance, it makes you feel so good that you want to have more of it. Withdrawal – like the opposite of bingeing, when you stop taking the substance or can’t […]

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Healthy Recipes part 20:Chocolate and Coconut Protein Balls

Ingredients 6 scoops Chocolate Whey 240g Rolled Oats 15 Dried Pitted Dates 65g Raw Cashews(chopped) 2 tbsp raw cocoa 1/2 tsp cinnamon 1 Tbsp Coconut Oil(melted) 175ml Skin Milk 1 tbsp Honey 130g Natural Peanut Butter 40g Shredded Coconut   Directions Mix all dry ingredients except coconut. Add coconut oil.Stir well. Add milk, honey and […]

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Healthy Recipes Part 19: Cranberry and Coconut Granola

Ingredients 250g Rolled Oats 100g Crushed Peanuts 2 Tbsp Creamed Honey 50g Coconut 100g  Dried Cranberries 2 Tbsp Macadamia Nut Oil 100g Sesame Seeds Teaspoon Cinnamon Teaspoon Nutmeg 3 Tbsp Stevia Directions Add all ingredients to a bowl and mix together. Put on a baking tray and grill on a moderate heat for 20 mins […]

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Healthy Recipes Part 18: Peanut Butter & Coconut Protein Cookies

  Ingredients(makes 6 cookies) 2 eggs 2 scoops Vanilla Whey 1/2 cup Natural peanut Butter 60g  Rolled oats 1 tsp vanilla essence 20g Shredded Coconut. 1 tablespoon of Stevia/Natvia Directions Mix all ingredients in a bowl and then place mixture in cookie sized mounds on a non stick oven tray. Stick in preheatedd oven on […]

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Healthy Recipes Part 17: Healthy Homemade Cajun Chicken Pizza

A quick ,easy to make and healthy thin based alternative pizza Ingredients 1 Byblos Wholemeal Lebanese bread Reduced Salt Tomato paste 150g  Grilled chicken Breast 100g low fat cotttage cheese 1 slice of virginia ham shredded handful kidney beans/white beans cajun seasoning black pepper 1/2 Cup Sliced Onion 1/2 Cup Sliced Green Capsicum 30g shredded […]

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