5 Basic Nutrition Mistakes and how to avoid them

I want to share an experience with you. I started full time coaching in January this year. In that time I have learnt so much about the hardest part of body transformation - nutrition. What makes this hard is how hard we resist the simple changes and awareness required to our eating habits. The following... Continue Reading →

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Question #2: How much fat do we need?

Now that we have established that a certain percentage of fat in our bodies is essential, the next question is - "how much fat do we need to be healthy?" The following table is a good indication of the healthy fat % ranges in men and women: The effects of too low fat % in... Continue Reading →

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Let’s discuss the dreaded F-Word: Fat

I get asked many questions about fat. I have also found that there is a lot of misunderstandings and confusion about this topic, and will address the questions I am asked about fat in this article. I hope you find it helpful! Question # 1: Why do we store fat? Most people nowadays dread storing... Continue Reading →

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When will you “Be Ready”? Hi

Ladies, on the 12th day of Women's Month I want to have a difficult conversation with you. As a body transformation coach, I unfortunately often hear excuses that clients are "not ready", or that clients need to "put this journey on hold temporarily for other priorities" or that clients "don't have time" or that clients... Continue Reading →

Building Your Own Support Team

On Day 5 of Women's Month, I want to chat about what to do if your Significant Other or even your best friend is not ready to commit to being fit and healthy, but you are. Instead of nagging them or feeling resentful towards them, here are 5 things you can try that might get... Continue Reading →

Women, Know Your Stats

Day 2 of Women’s Month - do you know if you are at risk for any of the “silent killer” diseases? Heart disease, stroke, diabetes, high blood pressure and cancer can be present in your body with little to no symptoms. This is why it is important to know your health statistics: Blood pressure health... Continue Reading →

Women’s Self Care Awareness

It is day 1 of Women’s month. Speaking from my experience, it appears that women are not very good at prioritizing themselves and the health of their bodies. We seem to be always prioritizing our partners, our families, our friends, our careers and even our beloved pets above our own needs. The result is in... Continue Reading →

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