Fitter, happier, healthier

Fitness Sessions for Groups:

The complete fun, fitness and nutrition session is a wonderful one hour health and fitness refresher that refocuses delegates on the importance of health and fitness to every person's individual health, well being, to their happiness and work performance.


Fitter, healthier people (exercise and eat right) tend to be happier and perform better in all facets of life. Improved memory and alertness, mental flexibility, improved mood, attitude and motivation as well as better resistance to stress, quite literally translates to a happier and healthier work place with improved performance and overall success. Each session includes the latest information on exercise, fitness and nutrition, and is loaded with lots of great tips for men and women of all ages.


You're guaranteed an hour of interactive fun that is also educational and inspirational, at the end of which you'll have everyone energized for the remainder of his or her conference day and beyond!



Further Information and Articles about Fitness and Exercise:


19/02/2018
Senior Citizens Flex At Fitness Bootcamp
Strength Training For Seniors - Are you a senior citizen or do you look after a senior citizen?The difficulty for senior citizens comes from the natural degradation of the tendons and ligaments in the body over time.

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19/02/2018
3 Things You Need In Your New Exercise Program
Make Sure You You Put These Three Items In You Workout Program Before Starting. Doing so will help keep you focused and successful.

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17/02/2018
Type 2 Diabetes and Exercise - Four Ways To Make Walking More Effective
Any exercise you do can help reduce the risk of developing Type 2 diabetes, so if you are sedentary just pick yourself up and start moving. One of the best forms of exercise you can get in is simple walking. Many people overlook this form of exercise because they are too caught up in higher intensity methods of cardio exercise such as running on the treadmill or using a cross trainer. While those are also good, walking is simple; almost everyone can do it, and it is a low injury risk. That makes it quite good for the vast majority of the population.

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14/02/2018
5 Reason to Do Planks Daily
There is no denying that planks are great for your core. Here are 5 other reasons you should do planks everyday.

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12/02/2018
Exercises and Workouts - Make The Most Of A Rest Break From Your Strength Training Program
Every so often, it is essential you take a break from your strength training program. Doing so will allow your bones, tendons, and ligaments some extra time to recover, will help to renew your psychological enthusiasm for hitting the gym, and will help to make sure your muscles are fully recovered. One week off is recommended after every 12 to 16 weeks of training, so consider this some well deserved time off.

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09/02/2018
Exercise: Get Started and Keep Going
Maintaining your exercise routine doesn't have to be a haphazard process based on wishful thinking and broken promises to yourself. Here are 14 ways to make sure you ramp up your motivation and maintain your commitment to get fit.

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05/02/2018
Exercises and Workouts - Squats Versus Deadlifts: Which Is Best?
As you start out with your workout routine, one question you may ask is which exercises are best for you to focus on? Without a doubt, it is going to be important you perform compound exercises as often as possible. These are going to give you the best "bang for your buck" so to speak. They help you burn calories quickly, strengthen the major muscle groups, and they maximize your cardiovascular fitness level as well. There are two fundamental exercises you may be wondering about.

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02/02/2018
Exercises and Workouts - What Is Your Motivation to Exercise?
The hardest part of exercising is not doing the activity; more often than not, it is getting started. Physics dictates it takes more energy to put an object that is at rest into motion than it is to continue the action once it has begun. It is only natural this applies to exercise as well. Is it because of motivation or lack of motivation exercise is so difficult to get stuck into? To be more specific we are talking about the long-term.

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