The Melanoma Athlete Cyclist

I recently recorded this video with Nathan Jones after a presentation at our recent members’ seminar evening.  Nathan is a stage 3A melanoma patient and his story is truly remarkable.   His commitment

Resilience in the Face of Adversity: Inspire Fitness Seminar

What does it mean to be truly inspirational? We might be inspired by people in the public eye – athletes, successful businesspeople, celebrities – but often, the most inspiring people are “ordinary”

Kieran Perkins: An Inspirational Olympic Moment

Kieran Perkins demonstrated to all of us his spirit of achievement and strong focus, in his triumphant 1996 Olympic Games 1500 m swimming final.  As he touched the wall to win the gold medal, it became obvious

Olympic Games Inspirational Moments

With the London 2012 Olympic Games drawing closer, now is a great time to reflect and draw inspiration for our own training from the incredible athletic performances of previous Games. An inspirational story

Lacking Motivation? Don’t Worry, Just Flow Like Water.

Now that we’re at the tail end of February, many of you may be feeling as though the progress toward your training and health goals is slowing down.  It’s the same phenomena every year; after a burst of

Motivation And Exercise (Part 2): What Is Your Purpose?

This is the second post in a two-part series on exercise behaviour, and specifically, the motivation to exercise. Read the first post in the series, “Motivation and Exercise (Part 1): It’s Not All

Motivation And Exercise (Part 1): It’s Not All That It’s Cracked Up To Be

Happy New Year and welcome to 2012!  With the holiday season quickly slipping from our grasp, it’s time to look towards our plans for ourselves and our quality of life.  Maybe you’ve made a New