Nutrition

Nutrition 100 – How Many Can You Tick Off ?

Posted by on Jun 25, 2017 in Fat loss, Life, Nutrition | 0 comments

Happy Monday, how was your weekend? Krystie and I spent the weekend working on the challenge,walking the dog, eating at Hapi and some other projects that we have going on at the moment.     For this weeks newsletter I thought I would share with you a post Krystie did 3 years ago. This is one of those everything you need to know about nutrition posts. How many of these 100 can you tick off?                 Nutrition is one of the most important factors for good health and well-being. With just a few simple adjustments you can significantly...

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A Father’s Thoughts On Raising A Healthy Child

Posted by on Jun 18, 2017 in Fat loss, Life, Nutrition | 0 comments

Happy Monday, hope you all enjoyed the beautiful sunshine yesterday! We headed out to the Beach for a walk and play in the water, it was a stunning day for this. Then we finished off with a coffee (for me) and nutshake (for Krystie and Milly) from Hapi... one of Milly's favourite treats!   In today’s newsletter I thought I would share a father's thoughts on raising a healthy child. Before I get into this I would like to say, I am NOT an expert in raising kids and I don’t profess to be one. My 7 tips are based on my own observation, perceptions and some research studies. If you disagree...

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Top Tips For You

Posted by on Jun 11, 2017 in Fat loss, Life, Nutrition | 0 comments

Happy Monday I hope you all had a wonderful weekend.   While Milly and I spent the day on the swings and jumping in puddles, Krystie went to a course on Holistic Care for your family. She learnt about healing foot-baths and tummy compressions, amongst other bits and bobs. I am looking forward to trying these out!   In today's post I thought I would share with you a bunch of top tips in training and nutrition.   So in no particular order     Eat a high protein, high fat breakfast. I am a big fan of the meat and nuts brekkie   Eat when you're hungry. That might be...

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Paul’s Before and After – 12 Week Transformation Challenge

Posted by on Jun 5, 2017 in Fat loss, Nutrition, Personal Training | 0 comments

Happy Tuesday   I hope you all had a wonderful Queens birthday!   Doesn’t the Queen look good for 91 years old?  - Not that it is the actual Queens birthday 😉   Did you know, the reason the Queen’s birthday is celebrated on the first Monday of June is because of the weather. A tradition started in 1748 by George II. George was born in November and felt the weather would be too cold for a birthday parade so he moved it to June. All British Sovereign's now have the option of celebrating an ‘official’ birthday and a ‘real’ birthday.   The irony is it is the start of winter for...

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Our Weekend and A Peek Preview into The 12 Week Transformation Challenge

Posted by on May 28, 2017 in Fat loss, Nutrition, Personal Training | 5 comments

Happy Monday everyone! Hope you all had a great weekend. Krystie here today!! Paul’s apparently on holiday (or as he calls it, writer's block) 🙂   We woke up early on Saturday morning and headed out on the bikes to watch the sunrise. Waiting for Paul to put his make-up on, we missed the sunrise, but headed out anyway. Along past the water, through to Haumoana, then ended up in Havelock, where we caught a ride back to our place from my parents! The bike ride all in all took us a leisurely 1 hour 40. We then headed out for brunch.   Sunday brought us a day of work…. Yes we have been...

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Can you be FAT and FIT

Posted by on May 21, 2017 in Fat loss, Nutrition | 1 comment

Happy Monday In today’s newsletter I thought I might address the latest research in the field of fitness and health. Can you be FAT and FIT?             Last Wednesday a major UK study came out indicating that you cannot be fat and fit. The study that took 3.5 million Brits health records and data between the years or 1995 and 2015 found that those with excess fat increase the risk of suffering from coronary heart disease by half even when blood pressure and cholesterol were normal. People regarded as fit but fat had 7 percent increased risk of stroke and nearly...

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