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    Appearance vs Performance

    February 9, 2017
    Tennis Net A common misconception is this: If you LOOK fit and healthy, you ARE fit and healthy. Not always the case. I’ve met plenty of athletes and active people who appear to be well, but are anything but. The body can
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    Zucchini Slice

    October 26, 2016
    Zuc Slice Zucchini Slice Serves 19 -       1 onion, finely sliced -       4 medium zucchini, grated -       1.25 cups self raising flour -       2 eggs, large -       2 cups skim milk -       1.5 cups light tasty cheese, shredded -       2 tbs oregano
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    Chia Pudding

    September 7, 2016
    P1060069 ~~~CHIA PUDDING!~~ A cheap, easy and nutritious dessert. Chia seeds contain some omega-3′s Serves 4 - 6 tbs chia seeds - 250g punnet strawberries - 2 cups light milk - 60g blueberries Pour milk in to a sealable container. Add
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    Food: to weigh or not to weigh?

    August 16, 2016
    P1060055 I’m certainly not an advocate of lifelong food weighing! Number one, it’s time consuming. Number two, it’s unsustainable. Number three, it makes food, meals and eating, a chore. Here’s the but! With any change to diet, it can be a
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    Time Management

    August 9, 2016
    image1 Fail to prepare; prepare to fail – ever heard that one? I’m sure you have! Honestly, preparation makes all the difference when it comes to what we can and can’t achieve with our lives. If we are prepared, we maximise
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    Chicken and Mango Salad

    August 3, 2016
    Pic #1_Chicken Mango Salad_Fotor Serves 2 250g chicken, raw weight, cut in to strips 1 mango, sliced 12 stalks coriander, chopped finely 100g mixed lettuce leaves 2tbs sweet chilli sauce 2tbs olive oil   First cook the chicken on a pan or BBQ. Prepare
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    Nutrition for Open Water Swimming

    August 2, 2016
    IMG_5176 Ocean swim event lengths are variable. The shortest ocean swim events are typically 500m. The international circuit however, includes races of up to 88km! The famous English Channel swim is ~34km (shortest route). Given the disparity in event lengths, there
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    Process vs Outcome Goals!

    July 26, 2016
    image1 PROCESS VS OUTCOME! I often have this conversation with my clients – the difference between process and outcome goals. Examples of outcome goals include: - a change in weight (e.g. weight loss or weight gain, with most clients having a

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