We thank you and your positive energy! It has been electric!
Monday the 10th of August is Redlands public holiday so our 530am class will not be in OPERATION!
Friday the 14th of August is Brisbane Cities public holiday; therefore, all our Friday classes are IN OPERATION!
We are aiming to bring back our Tuesday afternoon family friendly class ASAP so if you have not yet expressed your interest or guaranteed return to this class please let Nicci know ASAP! X
Our newest class Thursday 8am (Body Weight Strong & Core Focussed) is going extremely well and has a real consistent attendance, but there is always room for more, so join us if the time works for you as will not be disappointed!
Our Yoga instructor Kate is about to give birth to her first child; therefore, we currently have no Yoga instructor. I apologise in advance as I’m currently unable to provide you with an accurate Yoga class return date. In the meantime, our Body Weight HIIT Calisthenics focussed class will continue until I find someone!
Payment Note: Bronze, Silver & Annual Training Packages can be purchased now and used through the school holiday sessions.
As the challenge team prepare for their halfway point experience the energy in the camp is electric and the comradery, morale and support is 100% on point!
Challenge Participants Words: I’m loving this challenge; the food is really agreeing with me and I’m sticking to the meals 100%! The morale is fantastic, and the daily videos and energy is appreciated X
The team’s halfway event that will bring the group get together at a local parkland. We will be going through a stretch and movement flow session with exercise technique, recovery, new habits and the next 3-week plan with warm drinks and fruit to follow.
This event is designed to allows us all to reconnect at the midway point to meet more of the team, share stories, have a laugh and fire each other up for a an even stronger second half!
MINDSET CHALLENGE # 8 for 2020!
Say it Sunday # 81
Welcome to your eighth MINDSET CHALLENGE or # 30 Challenge for 2020!
This is part of our GOAL SETTING ROAD MAP # 8 Please watch episode # 51 for details on how to prep your 2020 and set your arse kicking plan for the year ahead. As MINDSET again is the second of the four focus points, we will all be working hard to improve on this year.
We have now circled back and are now tackling our eighth round of challenges for each of these pillars! Welcome to “Are You Ok? And Are Those Closest to You Ok Challenge”.
This challenge is designed to push you to not only ask yourself but those closest to you. This is an extremely important question to ask and can save lives 100%!!! Asking someone if they are ok is extremely empowering and can possibly and potentially be the most influential question you could ask.
We live in a world that is extremely fast paced, hectic, noisy, stressful and the stigma coming from all associated platforms can be overwhelming to most of us.
Again, I will always advocate mindfulness and a more conscious lifestyle so that you take the time to step back from all this and appreciate you and those you love.
Are you ok?
Are those you love ok?
Always ask the question!
Remember your health is your wealth!!!!!
Conscious living is the best way of living!!!! Health is a large Umbrella word encompassing mental health, physical health, spiritual health and emotional heath and more…
Watch my VIDEO so that you feel prepared for your challenge over the next 7 days! These 7-day challenges will promote positive habits allowing you to build upon driving you towards the best version of you.
A healthy person needs 1 to 1.5 litres of fluid per day.
Stay hydrated gradually, throughout the day. Drink fluids or eat water-rich foods.
Updated: June 18, 2015
Published: June 2015
A healthy person needs 1 to 1.5 litres of fluid per day.
Drinking fluids is crucial to staying healthy and maintaining the function of every system in your body, including your heart, brain, and muscles. Fluids carry nutrients to your cells, flush bacteria from your bladder, and prevent constipation.
Older adults often don’t get enough fluids and risk becoming dehydrated, especially during summer when it’s hotter and people perspire more. “Older people don’t sense thirst as much as they did when they were younger. And that could be a problem if they’re on a medication that may cause fluid loss, such as a diuretic,” says Dr. Julian Seifter, a kidney specialist and associate professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School. Warning signs of dehydration include weakness, low blood pressure, dizziness, confusion, or urine that’s dark in colour.
To ward off dehydration, Dr. Seifter says that healthy people should get 1 to 1.5 litres of water per day, but not all at once. “The kidneys lose some ability to eliminate water as we age. It’s important to stay hydrated gradually, throughout the day,” he says. He recommends drinking water or juices and eating water-rich foods such as salads, fruit, and applesauce. “An easy way to stay hydrated gradually is by getting fluids at meals, with medicine, and socially,” says Dr. Seifter.
It’s possible to take in too much water if you have certain health conditions, such as thyroid disease or kidney, liver, or heart problems, or if you’re taking medications that make you retain water, such as nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), opiate pain medications, and some antidepressants. Dr. Seifter says for that reason, you should check with your doctor to be sure you’re getting the right amount.
Always wanted to experience what it feels like to be completely zen? Come to one of our beginner yoga classes. You don’t need to extra flexible, we’ll make it work!
Coach Nicci Speaking Listen up!
Always Believe in Yourself!
Hi crew, I wanted to chat to you about goals and how it is ok to set goals but allow your mind to be ok with them changing around while you are on your journey.
We often set goals and have tunnel vision until that goal is achieved. This can lead to lost opportunities along the way. Remember every goal should be set and focus should be made to achieve it but don’t forget to enjoy and embrace the achievements along the way.
I will use myself at the moment as an example.
I am looking towards November with 2 big endurance events. The Spartan 50+ km Ultra Obstacle race and the Gold coast 50km run. I would normally be starting to look at slow kms to be able to reach my end goal.
At the moment though I have created a small goal within my big goal. I saw on Sunday when I was out for a 5km run that some of one of my kms was at 4:40 pace so it has now set a fire burning for me to get my 5km to a PB that being back under 25 mins.
My run on Sunday was just over 27 mins todays was just over 26mins.So by setting a new goal I am still focused on my end goal but enjoying the journey along the way by creating smaller goals along the way.
This is going to keep you focused, it allows you to work with your body and what it is feeling strength wise at the time and make reaching the end goal a lot easier.
Remember be ok with adjusting your goals, ask Nate and I for assistance to ensure your end goal is still achieved.
Remember focus, drive by knowing where you are headed, surrounding yourself with people that want you to achieve, believing in yourself and working your butt off will create success.
Make sure you share your accomplishments with those around you they are worth celebrating.
Keep on kicking goals you amazing group of people.