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How Tim Dropped 24kgs and Became A Morning Person!

By: James Kerrison I met Tim at the Orientation Seminar for the 28 Day Transformation Challenge in November last year. He described himself as a ‘quiet natured’ person and if it wasn’t for his amazing process he may have not drawn this much attention to himself! He works hard in the gym but his results…

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20 Simple Ways To Upgrade Your Life

By: James Kerrison Here’s a list of some random thoughts I’ve had on things that have helped me and might be able to help you to Upgrade Your Life 🙂 1. Decide that you want more out of life. 2. Get some help. It’s ok to get help, in fact I’d say it’s necessary and…

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Creatine: What is it and Can it help me?

By: James Kerrison If you’ve been following my advice for any length of time you’ll know that I don’t push supplements. There are a lot of people that will have you led to believe that in order to change your body, your health, your lifestyle that supplements are necessary. They can be helpful in some…

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Four Reasons You’re Hungry….And What You Can Do About It!

Hunger is one of the most common reasons that people go off plan and struggle with long term adherence with weight loss programs. The irony is that a lot of the triggers for hunger are from eating or drinking off plan. This then starts a downward spiral out of control which can be hard to…

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The Pro’s and Con’s of the 28 Day Transformation Challenge

There seems to be a large gap developing between the advice given from weight loss coaches, dieticians, personal trainers and nutritionists. One group supports programs such as our 28 Day Transformation Challenge while the other supports the idea of gradual, but long term, weight loss. Here’s the thing though, these results or programs don’t have…

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Do The Work

We’ll never run out of reasons (excuses) to take things easy. Our brains, bodies and lives are engineered to tell us to take a break, sit down, relax. If you’re in a conversation with yourself about whether or not you should exercise it shows that you have the TIME and the MEANS to train, you’re…

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Tim’s Journey to Health – Week Twenty Three

Five months have gone by since I was indoctrinated into the #TEAMCITYWIDE world and began changing myself for the better. Five months ago it was a struggle to get through the exercise sessions – and I know Joseph was taking it easy on me! My body struggled from day to day with soreness and muscles…

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Principles of Weight Management

Far too many people tend to overcomplicate the process of losing or gaining weight. The world is full of people promoting all sorts of diets – high carb, low carb, HFLC, gluten free one day, dairy free the next, liquid diets, diet teas, fasting protocols and everything in between are readily shouted about from all…

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No Days Off?

If you’re going to put demands on your body similar to that of an athlete then it’s your job to support that body. The ‘No Days Off’ approach should ONLY be applied to your recovery and maintenance work. 10 minutes a day, every day and no days off. It may be stretching, foam rolling, stability…

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Tim’s Journey to Health – Week Seventeen

Four months down, seventeen weeks since I first met with Tim. About sixteen weeks since we had to cut short our first training session because we weren’t able to get through it. It would have been easy for Tim to throw in the towel at this stage as it was a seemingly insurmountable task to…

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