Tag: motivation

Preventing injuries in the New Year

Written by; Brenton Watson (AEP) Accredited Exercise Physiologist With the start of a New Year, many people make resolutions to become fitter and stronger than ever! This can mean you start a new training programs,

Learn How to Unlock Your Will Power – Forever!

Learning to unleash your Will Power to achieve long-term, sustainable success is the most POWERFUL skill you can teach yourself. Neuroscience has unlocked the secrets to sustainable willpower in your life, and

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

Weekly Health and Fitness Roundup: 4th – 10th June, 2012

Frosty windows, cold mornings, freezing nights…winter’s here, and it can be easy to succumb to winter-time excuses instead of training consistently.  So this week, the Inspire Fitness Health and Fitness

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

Weekly Health and Fitness Roundup: 30th April – 6th May, 2012

It’s already May, and with the colder weather upon us, it is becoming easier and easier to make excuses to skip the gym.  But training consistency is one of the most important requirements for a healthy lifestyle,

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