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Inspire News February 2017

How is the year settling down for you? School is back and holidays are over for most of us, so it’s time to take advantage of routines. Sounds boring, but a good routine is critical to creating new habits. Look for ways to create habits that support your goals: make tomorrow’s lunch while preparing tonight’s […]

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Inspire News January 2017

Are you breathing a sigh of relief that the Silly Season has passed and routine is making a welcome reappearance? Perhaps you still have children on holidays and routine is the furthest thing from your mind? Whatever your situation, the New Year brings about the chance for new beginnings and many people take advantage of […]

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Test for Quote Styling

This is just a little blurb so you can see what the paragraph style looks like. But! This is what things look like when you have the quote styling selected.  What do we think?  Can we do better? And now just back to paragraph. The end.

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Plan a healthy year

The wind-down to the end of year is almost done, and many people are in holiday mode. Whether you’re going away or staying home, the break – if you’re lucky enough to get one – can be spent recharging the batteries ready for another healthy year of busy-ness. Things to focus on during the break: […]

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13 ways to improve weight loss

So you want to improve your weight loss results? Anyone who has ever lost weight will tell you that not every day will be smooth sailing.  There will be ups and downs, and sometimes the reasons are clear while other times you honestly have no clue what’s going on. We’ve seen all sorts of factors, […]

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Inspire News December 2016

As another year draws to a close, we celebrate some of the achievements of our amazing members around Australia and New Zealand. The Member Acknowledgement Awards entries are all in, and while the ultimate winners have not yet been decided (see our Facebook page early next week) we can confidently say that there are some […]

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What we can learn from the President

Like him or loathe him, it must be an incredible feat managing each day as president of the world’s most powerful nation. Have you noticed that Barack Obama stays trim and apparently fit? How does one of the busiest people in the world make time for exercise? Isn’t time our biggest excuse for not exercising? Things […]

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How a Simple Gratitude Ritual Will Help Your Weight Loss Success

Did you know that gratitude can have a dramatic effect on your weight loss success? Do you feel that you’re doing everything you should be doing to lose weight but it’s not shifting? You’re following your eating plan 100% and attending your exercise sessions, but it just isn’t shifting. Well consider that there are external […]

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Working out for the first time

I’ve just read what is quite possibly one of the best articles ever about first time exercise. It hits the nail on the head for how many people feel: the fear, the trepidation, the bad memories, the lack of confidence, the poor coordination, low strength and a host of other factors that made exercise too hard. I encourage everyone – […]

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Are your genes the problem?

Health risks are widely accepted as being influenced by two main factors: genetics and lifestyle. Many believe that there’s nothing that can be done about genes, and it’s true to some extent. But it’s not the whole story. Family history and disposition to particular health problems might be the result of genetics, but the genes […]

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