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Nut Milk

Sally Feinerman September 14, 2018 0 comments 0

No overnight soaking, no special nut milk bag with this easy idea. To make nut milk, just blend 1 tablespoon of nut butter with 1 cup of filtered water (you could just shake it up vigorously in a jar too!) If you want to make it truly decadent and creamy, add 1 teaspoon of vanilla bean paste and a fresh…

Strength training for all ages

Sally Feinerman August 24, 2018 0 comments 0

Whether it’s lifting weights in the gym, completing a bodyweight challenge at the park, or using any number of the tools available, the inclusion of activity to increase muscle strength and composition is important for your long term health and wellness. Strength training is about ensuring you have a functioning body that can do what you need it to, without…

The Exercise and Dementia Link

Sally Feinerman August 7, 2018 0 comments 0

Dementia is an umbrella term used to describe a group of symptoms that affect how a person’s brain works. 60,000 Kiwis have dementia & that number is expected to almost triple by 2050. While Dementia can affect anyone, the chances of developing dementia increase as a person ages. The most common form of dementia is Alzheimer’s disease with two out…

Exercise for Good Health and to Reduce Injuries

Sally Feinerman June 30, 2018 0 comments 0

The benefits of physical activity and exercise far outweigh the risks of injury; however, ACC statistics show that: • There were nearly 40,000 new claims for fitness training and gym related injuries in 2013. This is 9% of all sports claims. • 59% of injuries to young men were categorised as “lifting carrying and strain”. This is most often from…

The Health Benefits of Exercise for Osteoporosis

Sally Feinerman October 19, 2017 0 comments 0

Our bones are living tissue, with an outer shell and dense structures within. Bones are designed to be light, strong and have some flexibility. They provide structural support for our bodies and are involved in the production of blood cells and mineral storage. While we generally think of osteoporosis as being a disease of old age, as this is most…

High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT)

Sally Feinerman October 4, 2017 0 comments 1

Not all exercise trends and new ideas stand the test of time, but High Intensity Interval Training or HIIT is proving again and again that it is achieving results and is here to stay. Judges in the 2017 Exercise Industry Awards have noticed that entrants using HIIT as part of their service offering have increased, with the high calibre of…

Small group training – a great way to exercise

Sally Feinerman September 21, 2017 0 comments 0

The small group training session style of workout has continued to gain popularity with participants finding it a cost-effective way to get personalised attention, social interaction and an effective workout. Simply put, small group training is a style of personal training, where a group of exercisers work with a personal trainer, getting a group workout with the added advantage of focused individual care. Small…

3 Ways to fit exercise into a busy lifestyle

Sally Feinerman April 28, 2016 0 comments 1

Here are the three simple ways for fitness to become part of your lifestyle 1. Make incidental exercise count Even if you do manage to fit exercise into your life it is still really important to lead an overall active lifestyle. I refer to this as incidental exercise and there are a number of ways it can be added in…

Is dietary supplementation necessary?

Sally Feinerman April 28, 2016 0 comments 3

If you believed all the marketing hype about supplements and superfoods you would be forgiven for thinking food is not enough. Whether it’s to boost performance or simply to get the edge on everyday life, supplements and superfoods have an appeal, and the benefits are widely advertised, with are many success stories reported. It really does seem that health and…