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Mens sana in corpore sano is a Latin phrase, usually translated as ‘a sound mind in a sound body’. When people think of exercise they often view it from the perspective of how it can change us physically. However the biggest benefit of exercise is how...

Many people use exercise to improve body shape, improve performance and decrease their pain. However, it is well known, and gaining further interest on the benefits to your mental health. Stress, anxiety and depression amongst other mental health issues are extremely complex, yet a simple...

In our second Sweat Equity podcast we are joined by Phil Kearns, current Managing Director of InterRISK and former Wallabies Captain. Phil has made numerous achievements both on and off the field, from being a dual Rugby World Cup winner to creating the Balmoral Burn...

In our very first Sweat Equity podcast we are joined by John Hall, the CEO of Executive Health Solutions, Australia’s largest provider of executive medical assessments. John is not only a high performing CEO but shares insights from over 30 000 executives who come through...

For many women one of the biggest questions they ask of themselves is how do I have a successful career and also have time with my family? The possibility of staying fit doesn’t even come into the equation. I count myself as very fortunate to be...

During a trip to New Zealand in 1962, Bill Bowerman, a former track and field coach, discovered a concept called ‘jogging’ and decided to bring the phenomenon back to the United States. It was during this jogging boom Bowerman was introduced to a young entrepreneur...

As corporate athletes many of us are warming up our days with a dose of the morning brew. However is our reliance on the strong almond milk latte doing us more harm then good? Brain Function? Many people drink coffee as they feel it works as an...

Why is it when we have busy periods of work, such as end of financial year, the first thing we let slip is our exercise routine? Closely followed by our sleep, food choices and finally our sanity. Sure we are pushed for time and priorities must...

Conventional wisdom has been to train harder, for longer in order to get the best results. However this is not the case and this approach not only leads to poor results but can have the completely opposite desired effect. By better understanding how stress impacts...

After making decisions all day, the last thing you feel like doing at lunchtime is have to make another decision or travel half way across town to find something good for you. So often you gravitate to what ever is fastest, easiest and most convenient, but...