This is something I've been trying to work on throughout 2017: Don't soar too high on the highs, or dive too low on the lows, of life. Life is mental! Some highs seem to take us to the edge of space, whilst some lows seem deeper than the Marianas Trench.

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One of my biggest issues with this nutrition change was always going to be complacency; I just didn’t think it would happen so quickly.

Week 2 started pretty well.

I halved my weekly food prep time and I even remembered my breakfast on Monday morning, though old habits

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 This post has two focal points today. Firstly, gratitude. I can’t claim credit for the thrust of this post. Rather, the thanks for that goes to one of our teen’s parents, who took the time to share some of his thoughts with me this week. Come Tuesday, I’d just

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Many of the websites I’ve been reading online say that meal prep can take a little getting used to, they’re not wrong!

My first on the Zone plan.

I spent an hour or so last week planning a couple of week’s meals and then writing a shopping

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Welcome to the next instalment of our nutrition focus with Coach Shaun. To read the first entry of Shaun's nutrition focus, click here.

Week 2 – Always Have A Plan

In my previous post, I explained a few reasons why I wanted to focus on my nutrition

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Do cheaper gym memberships make people more fit? Research shows they don’t. If anything, owning a gym membership has almost zero correlation to your fitness. Access to fitness equipment clearly doesn’t improve fitness (just ask your bike or ab-circle pro hiding out in the garage). My goal in life is

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Life Is Mental

Life Is Mental

This is something I've been trying to work on throughout 2017: Don't soar too high on the highs, or dive too low on the lows, of life. Life is mental! Some highs seem to take us to the edge of space, whilst some lows...

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Highs To Lows – D Is For Dieting

Highs To Lows – D Is For Dieting

One of my biggest issues with this nutrition change was always going to be complacency; I just didn’t think it would happen so quickly. Week 2 started pretty well. I halved my weekly food prep time and I even remembered my breakfast on Monday...

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Why We Love To Dine Out

Why We Love To Dine Out

This post has two focal points today. Firstly, gratitude. I can’t claim credit for the thrust of this post. Rather, the thanks for that goes to one of our teen’s parents, who took the time to share some of his thoughts with me this...

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Why We’re In The Coaching Business

Why We’re In The Coaching Business

Do cheaper gym memberships make people more fit? Research shows they don’t. If anything, owning a gym membership has almost zero correlation to your fitness. Access to fitness equipment clearly doesn’t improve fitness (just ask your bike or ab-circle pro hiding out in the...

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