5KG full body dumbbell workout

Workout blog post

Hello lovely people, so it’s humpday Wednesday and some of you are probably trying to find the motivation to get through the rest of the week – trying not to slip of the exercise bandwagon you jumped on at the start of the week full of enthusiasm.  I’m here to help you stay on the bandwagon. I’ve put together a simple quick workout that can be done anywhere, at home or the gym, in as quick as 35 minutes.  As my last 5kg arm workout proved to be very popular, I thought I would do a similar style workout that targets the whole body. Trust me you’ll feel good after this one. 🙂 So grab a pair of dumbbells, get your workout gear on and let’s do it!  Continue reading

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Fit Tips: How to get motivated to exercise

I’m going to be honest, my motivation to get up, go, and exercise has been pretty slack since moving to Australia. I’ve been spending a lot of my time finding my bearings here and my diet and fitness has suffered as a consequence.  I’ve been eating a lot more processed, high sugar foods, on top of not exercising regularly. And boy, does it effect your mood, your energy levels, and your body. I’ve felt sluggish, with no energy. I’ve had a really foggy mind with regular headaches. I’ve lost muscle definition and tone. Overall, I haven’t felt good or full of energy like I used to… And I want to change that!

The past few weeks I’ve really made an effort to get back on track to improve the food I’m eating along with hitting the gym around 4 times a week. However, I seem to be struggling with MOTIVATION. Even though I’m eating better, I can still wake up and have little to no motivation to go the gym. I’ve been doing the following things below, if not daily to help get me motivated to go to the gym. I hope they can help you too on days  you’re struggling with motivation to get something done! Continue reading

Health Foods: Why you should eat more Cinnamon

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Cinnamon is one of my favourite spices, and it just so happens that it’s extremely healthy for you. Cinnamon is derived from the inner bark of trees called Cinnamomum and is nutrient dense with little calories.

Some herbs and spices, including cinnamon, are so rich in antioxidants that just a small pinch can double your antioxidant intake for one meal. Cinnamon is also one of the cheapest source antioxidants you can buy, and is widely available in most supermarkets. It’s definitely one spice that every one should have in their kitchen.  Continue reading