1. Make a plan The best way to make time for exercise is to have a written plan. Decide on the best time and schedule it. 2. Wake up early Get up 30 minutes earlier than normal to walk on your treadmill (http://www.cardiotech.com.au/treadmills)or around the neighbourhood. 3. Make housework count Mop the floor and ..
We love our BreakFree Pink Treadmill (http://www.cardiotech.com.au/treadmills/breakfree), and this month it's the perfect excuse to love it even more! October is the National Breast Cancer Foundation's (http://www.nbcf.org.au) famous pink fundraising month and this year we're backing it big time with a 'Walk a kilometre in their shoes' even ..
Two million Australians are at high risk of type 2 diabetes. You might think of Diabetes as something to worry about later in life. But it’s what we do right now that can put us at risk of developing it. Type 2 diabetes can be prevented or delayed in up to 58 per cent of cases through early detection and lifestyle modification. In or ..
Organic and natural products are definitely a hot trend right now. And it’s no wonder, with proven benefits not only to your health but the environment, this trend might just be the preferred choice for all of us in the future. Only problems is, most purely organic products are just too expensive. Despite organic markets buzzing with peop ..
There is some buzz around at the moment about clean eating and its benefits on the body and the planet. By avoiding chemicals, preservatives, and refined sugars you’re achieving a more positive impact on our environment and reducing the likelihood of developing serious health conditions, like cancer. Other health benefits include immune boost, ..
In order for your tummy to expand and make way for your growing bub, pregnancy splits your abdominal muscles down the middle. After giving birth, physiotherapists will encourage new mums to carefully exercise these muscles to ensure they heal and close back together. Here are some exercises you can do to assist with this process. It is imp ..