The ironic thing is, working harder doesn’t mean you achieve more.
Turns out, so many of the thoughts and beliefs that’ve shaped me are mostly bullshit.
Fact: turning yourself into a pretzel doesn’t make you ‘good’ at yoga.
Touch wood, but it looks like Sydney has stopped prick-teasing us with glimpses of warm weather, and is finally giving it to us real good. That means I’m back into sunshine, salads and getting excited about being in the kitchen again.
When it comes to exercise, modern-day women are showing blokes a thing or two about being strong and fit. But can we hit it as hard as them?
There are uncomfortable truths every trainer has needed to drop on clients who struggle to get results. Here are four of the most common nuggets of advice you probably don’t want to hear — but probably need to.
Here I am, hanging off the side of a mountain – an epic mountain. When I need to be in control more than ever, I’ve instead lost all sense of brain/body connection.
Back pain really sucks. Try this gentle workout – it mobilises your spine and strengthens the muscles that support your back.
Taking 10,000 steps every day has been one of the biggest public health messages this decade. But is it enough?
There are plenty of reasons to get into running. Unfortunately, many beginner runners find themselves injured before they’ve really had a chance to work up a sweat. Kick-off your running adventure with these eight steps and you’ll find you can carry on for thousands more.