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How Do You Become the Best at What You Do?

Seven years ago, I decided and committed to becoming the absolute best version of myself in every area of my life. From my physical body, health, strength, my business, my ability to coach clients, the results for my clients, better relationships with my children,...

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High Profile US Attorney Thrives on Honesty, Integrity & Passion

When I was in Los Angeles last year attending a conference with 2,500 people from 75 countries around the world, I had the pleasure of meeting Steve Mandell (pictured far left).  Steve is the Chairman and CEO of Gameplan Entertainment, is an Attorney that specialises...

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Brooke Shields & Robb Evans Interview: Why Alcohol Is My Biggest Problem

In November 2018, I had the great privilege of interviewing mega star Brooke Shields in front of 2,500 people at JT Foxx’s Mega Success event in Anaheim, California. With so many topics covered with Brooke, it was refreshing and illuminating to step inside the...

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Kristy Whiting, aged 30, Pakenham

What a phenomenal transformation update we have for you this month. Kristy, who we have featured previously, has reached an incredible milestone of 50kgs of fat loss! That’s right 50kgs in a little more than 12 months! An incredible achievement through focus and commitment...

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I have a job for you!

“If You Have Enthusiasm, A Positive Attitude And A Few Basic Fitness Skills, I Have A $23.51p/hr (plus super), Fun And Fulfilling Personal Training Position Just For You!” Dear Prospective Fitness Coach, First of all thanks for taking the time to visit this site.  It’s...

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How to select the right hotel gym before you travel

If you’re serious about your health & fitness and want to get the most out of your workouts when on holidays anywhere in the world, then let me show you how to find the right hotel with the right equipment for you. If you’re...

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The ugly truth about health and fitness

Feeling guilty about “sneaking” some “forbidden” foods… Exercising as a way to “make up for” all those calories you ate (or as punishment)… Binge eating because “I’ve already messed up so much today, what’s a little more?”… This is what happens when you look...

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“I feel it in my gut…”

When you stop to think about all the little tiny organisms you can’t see, and how many millions…billions…of them there are, it’s pretty mind-blowing. While many are floating around in the air, there are also hundreds of them inside your body. No, this isn’t...

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30 Day Challenge

How do you get life-sustainable results to transform your body and optimise your health? You take consistent daily action and condition yourself until you master these fundamental steps. For the next 30 days write down your daily actions for each of these: * Complete...

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Tour de France Challenges

This month’s challenge is built around the Tour de France using a stationery exercise bike. You can play with the settings on your equipment, I’ve included the examples that I use on the bikes in our Studio: King of the mountain challenge. Set the...

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Be Part Of The 1% Who Make It!

Although there are many ways to measure success, happiness and fulfillment, I’d like you to consider these facts. Half of the world’s wealth is controlled by entrepreneurs and businessmen/women making up 1% of the total population. 85% of them are self-made. Every millionaire and...

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Ironing Out Fatigue

People with anaemia don’t have the usual number of red blood cells carrying oxygen to the vital organs. Although there are many forms of anaemia, the most common results from iron deficiency.  When you’re not getting enough iron in your diet or you are...

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Identifying Your Protein Requirements

Protein yields approximately 4 calories per gram, which is the same energy concentration as carbohydrate.  The recommended level of protein intake for the general population is 12 to 15% of total daily calories.  Therefore, someone consuming 2,000 calories per day has an energy equivalent...

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You and Your Gut

Did you know that the health of your gut effects your entire body? Did you ever wonder why the thought of speaking in public or going for a job interview ties your stomach in a knot?  Or why your stomach feels like it flips when...

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8 Fat Busting Tips!

Hot Health & Fitness Tips For Maximum Results In Minimum Time! Lose the fat permanently with these eight easy changes.   Replace all liquid calories with water and real brewed tea (green, black, or white—no fake prepackaged junk—and go light on the sweetener). If you...

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4 Tips To Keep Your Ticker Tickin’

A few simple additions to your everyday diet/lifestyle can help keep your heart healthy for years to come. Here are a few tips you can use right away. Your heart will thank you!   Use plant sterols and stanols. These are substances that occur...

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Big Workout Mistakes

An American Council on Exercise (ACE) Survey of more than 3,000 of its personal trainers found that the 10 most common workout mistakes are: Not stretching enough Lifting more weight than you can handle. Not warming up before aerobic activity. Not cooling down after...

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Should I Use Supplements?

If you’re following a healthy nutrition plan, do you really need to use supplements?  A  healthy nutrition plan is fundamental to your good health and fitness, but I strongly believe that a sensible supplement program can greatly assist in optimising your health and improving...

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Robb’s Smoothie Favourite

This is one of my favourite smoothies and is great for a morning or afternoon snack (9.30am and 3.30pm for me). Ingredients 1 cup of skim milk 1 cup of frozen mango 1 tbspn of flaxseed oil 2 scoops of Next Generation Hydro Iso Vanilla Protein Powder Method Add all...

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Ginger Chilli Fish With Herbed Rice & Asian Greens

Total Time: 10m Ingredients 250 grams (1 ¼ cups) long-grain rice Canola oil spray 4 (about 150g each) white fish fillets 2 tablespoons sushi seasoning 2 tablespoons salt-reduced soy sauce 5 cm piece fresh ginger, peeled, cut into matchsticks 1 long red chilli, seeded, thinly sliced 200 grams snow peas, halved diagonally lengthways 1 bunch choy sum,...

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Winter Health Tips!

Here’s some tips to help keep you healthy this winter: Eat a well-balanced diet with plenty of fresh fruit & vegetables, Have a flu immunisation injection, Wash your hands often, and very thoroughly, with warm water and soap. Turn the tap off with a...

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7 Steps To Minimise Your Christmas Butt!

The Festive Season is full of temptations so we have come up with a plan to ensure your clothes don’t miraculously shrink over Christmas. So sit back and enjoy reading this FREE book in Christmas… Download your FREE electronic version of the book by...

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“Laugh, It’s Good For you”

Dear Clients and Friends, You may have heard it before, and we’ve talked about it here before – humour and laughter is healing. Yep, you heard it right, laughing is good for you. In a previous issue, we talked about how laughter is good...

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Studioz Wins Cardinia Business Awards – Health & Education – 2013

I am very proud to announce that at the end of May Studioz won the Health and Education section of the 2013 Cardinia Business Awards.  The Health and Education section had the largest number of entrants this year and a total of seven finalists...

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Studioz FREE $11k+ Give-away – Family Food Rescue – Open until 30.11.2012

My growing frustration with the increasing obesity epidemic in our community, has driven me to create this unique, free “Family Food Rescue” nutrition and exercise program to completely transform the lives of one Cardinia Shire family. I’m very excited about the launch. I will...

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Teaching Kids To Ride Their Bikes…Without Training Wheels

You know those moments, those very special moments, that your children have that you have to share with the world.  Well this is one of them. My, just turned 7yr old Emily, has been on her trainng wheels for over 6 months now and...

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Fresh Green Salad

(serves 4 people) An old classic green salad.  You’re limited by your imagination, but here’s one example of refreshing green salad.  Ingredients Fresh salad mix – 180g Tomatoes – 2 medium Carrot – 1 Avocado – 1 small Cucumber – ½ Preparation Place the...

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Quick Tips To Stay Warm

10 Ways To Keep Warm When It’s C-O-L-D  Keeping warm when temperatures reach record lows isn’t just about comfort.  Low temperatures can result in cold-related illnesses.  Here’s a few tips to help  keep you warm all winter long. 1. Have at least one hot...

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Don’t “Pass the Salt, Please”

 The average Australian consumes around eight or nine times more sodium than they need for good health. The National Health and Medical Research Centre’s (NHMRC) suggested dietary target advises that Australian adults should aim to consume no more than 4g of salt a day...

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