Have Your Pancake and Eat It Too

These delicious, simple protein pancakes are a low calorie and nutritious twist to the original pancake recipe. Packed with protein, they are a perfect guilt-free, post-workout breakfast. Not lacking in flavour, these pancakes are quick and easy to prepare. Ingredients: 2 scoops pea / vegetable protein powder 2 large eggs 1 tsp of Macca powder…

The Weekend Toddler – How to Stay Sane and Keep Active

Over kids parties? Tantruming toddler stuck indoors? As my mother eloquently said – “why keep them locked up indoors – when you can let them lose on the general public?!”   We built upon this sound advice and took to the great outdoors as a family. The world is an exciting place when you are two…

13 Inspirational Fitness Quotes To Keep You Going

Here are a few powerful words to help you get out of that procrastination cycle. Work harder or get started with these thirteen inspirational fitness quotes. “Training gives us an outlet for suppressed energies created by stress and thus tones the spirit just as exercise conditions the body” – Arnold Schwarzenegger. “You know who’s going to give…

Sweet Tooth Mixed Berry Smoothie

This thick and creamy smoothie recipe is sure to satisfy any sweet tooth. Unlike the empty calories found in confectionery, all of these ingredients genuinely nourish your body – and taste great! Makes 2-3 large servings and keeps well in the fridge for later. Ingredients: 2 cups of mixed raspberries, strawberries, blueberries and goji berries 1…

How to: Fitness for the Time -Poor

We have a lot going for us in this day and age, but the one thing we could all have a lot more of… is time! Whether you work full time while juggling a family, have young children or a buzzing career, it can be difficult to find time for exercise – or worse –…

Five Great Places to Go With Toddlers in North Sydney

These are some of the places around the North side of Sydney that make for a perfect day out with a toddler. We have a preference for the outdoors so you won’t see any shopping centers on this list – these are generally disaster zones for toddlers anyway! Crowds, mind numbing noise, flashing lights and tireless stimulation…