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As the Easter holidays start to loom in the not too distant future, I begin to think about the phrase surviving the holidays. Holidays must be driven by the things we love to do – being with family and friends, eating well, moving and resting at the right times and opportunities. Through this approach, we will all thrive – not just survive – the Easter Break!

Meet Coach Sam

Sam is an authentic, positive and energetic leader with a genuine passion for changing the lives of both youth and adults. Her energy, passion and…

Meet Coach Jay

“Never say never because limits, like fears, are often just an illusion” (Michael Jordan).  Jay is another amazing and incredibly hardworking coach at Fitter Futures….

If she can see it, she can be it!

International Women’s Day brings into focus the importance of strong and fearless role models for young women and girls. Today’s girls are talented, ambitious and accomplished. They’re wise beyond their years. But they’re burdened as well, pressured to grow up too fast, before they’ve had a chance to explore who they are and who they wish to be.

Meet Coach Jemma

Strong, determined, relentless, tenacious, inspirational, encouraging, enthusiastic … the list goes on when members describe Coach Jemma. She sees real potential in each and everyone,…

Kiara’s Story

Nothing is impossible. The word itself says I’m Possible! (Audrey Hepburn). Kiara is an adult member and initially came across Fitter Futures four weeks prior…

My top 5 tips on how to change your mindset so you can make sustainable changes to your habits

Here are a few tips from Sam Mathers on how to reframe our mindset to make it easier for us to not only make new health or fitness goals, but how to keep on track with them and make sustainable changes to our life.

Tip for successful change to habits: Aim for “BETTER” instead of PERFECTION

Habits can be very hard to change or stick with. So here are a few tips from Sam Mathers on how we should move away from the idea of looking for PERFECT, but rather look for opportunities to do something BETTER.

Why Women Need Strength Training

If you are a female in your 30’s, 40’s, 50’s or 60’s you need to be doing strength training! It’s a fact that past the age of 30 women start to lose lean muscle, strength, bone density, and our ability to produce power.

Help! My child does not enjoy team sport.

Team sports, or organised sport, isn’t for everyone.  The danger is if we don’t find some form of exercise that is of a high enough intensity to challenge their growing bodies (to develop their strength and cardiovascular fitness), then those kids and teens will grow up with sub-optimal health. 

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