As women, we experience so many physiological changes from week to week, month to month, year to year it can be difficult to keep up and know how to manage each change accordingly.
Though it might seem strange to start this topic with the second half of the menstrual cycle, it’s these two weeks which trip up most women when it comes to their diets.
When it comes to female fitness, the menstrual cycle needs to be taken into consideration, yet it something we often overlook.
When it comes to reducing body fat, women are fighting tens of thousands of years of evolution… and here’s how to fight it.
Have you ever wondered why women tend to have more body fat then men? There are evolutionary and biological reasons for it.
A lot of us complain about joint pain, yet very few of us actually invest their time into strengthening and mobilising our joints. So what is mobility and how do we improve ours?
Dr Catherine Walter holds all the world records for her age and body weight in the World Drug-Free Powerlifting Federation and believes that “It’s good to have the records because if shows people that older people can be strong.”
Are you really setting the right goals and will they really get you what you want?
Keto, Paleo, Whole30, IIFYM, Vegetarian and Vegan, are all popular diets. But which one is the best one to lose weight? And which diet is the right one for you?
Whilst there are many known psychological therapies, medical treatments and alternative therapies available for stress, anxiety and depression, it now seems a traditional form of therapy overlooked in modern society may prove to be a valuable tool for those suffering. The Power Of Nature One in five (20%) Australians aged 16-85 experience a mental illness in […]