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12:53 PM

Day 6 10 day blog challenge - Finding your tribe

When you start out in business it can be like sailing a ship on your own. So finding your tribe is essential so that you can have a support network and grow. Today's challenge requires me to think about 1 to 2 people that I would like to have as a mentor and why they inspire me and what they have done that I think is pretty incredible, and then what questions I would ask these mentors if they were to come on board and help me. Read More

sally@fitnessfix.co.nz
4:17 AM

Day 5 10 day blog challenge - Setting yourself up for success

I always feel so much more productive and in control of my life when I have my daily success plan or as I call it my daily focus form. If you don't have a daily success plan, then I recommend that you take some of these ideas and put them into action. I promise you that the time that you put aside to prep for the next day will pay you back at least two fold. Read More

sally@fitnessfix.co.nz
12:53 PM

Day 4 10 day blog challenge - unlocking your superpowers

Today I am writing about unlocking my superpowers. What I realised when I started my fitness business back in 2010 was that running your own business means that you need to wear lots of different hats and some of those hats are easy to wear i.e. my superpowers and other hats just bore me to tears. On any given day I would be a fitness trainer, a marketing expert, a networker, an accounts person, the CEO of my business, the cleaner and on and on. Read More

sally@fitnessfix.co.nz
12:31 PM

Day 3 10 day blog challenge - Creating a vision for the future

By spending time to create my perfect day it allows me to think about what I really value in my life. Like a lot of these exercises you often wonder why you are bothering to find time to write about this stuff rather than just getting on with it. But to my surprise by intentionally thinking about how my perfect day would look like this has given me the space to vividly imagine how in the perfect world I would go about my day. And to my delight I am already including much of this into my day. It has however allowed space to create an even better day. Read More

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12:53 PM

Discovering your why - day 2 #10DBC

This is day 2 of Natalie Sissons 10 day blog challenge and today we are discovering our why. This is another really great question and timely for me to remind myself why I do what I do. The why for having my own freedom based business is so that I can filll my life with amazing experiences. This is why I run my own health and fitness business, and bed and breakfast. Not only do I meet and help incredicble people but my business allows me to take the winter off to re-charge and to travel the world to have amazing experiences and outdoor adventures. This keeps my passion bucket fill to overflowing so that I can give back to others for the other 9 months of the year. Read More

sally@fitnessfix.co.nz
3:04 PM

Finding your focus - day 1 #10DBC

I'm taking part in Natalie Sisson's 10 Day Blog Challenge and today I am writing about finding my focus. Ths is great timing for me as I have lots of change going on right now....and the question is where and how to focus. Read More

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9:38 AM

5 Simple Systems to Help Reach Your Goals

We all have big dreams and long to-do lists but why is it that some people are so good at actually accomplishing things, while others constantly feel like they’re struggling to catch up? Read More

sally@fitnessfix.co.nz
3:07 AM

Planning and preparation - your key to success

Success typically comes to those who are best prepared. This holds true in all areas of life. So how do we prepare? Preparation requires goal setting, evaluation (you must first know where you are before you can figure out how to get where you want to go), and planning. Once the planning is done, it is time to do the doing. Read More

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3:00 AM

Inactivity in women over 30 greater health risk than smoking

t’s not what size your body is but what you do with it’- Lack of exercise overtakes obesity and smoking in biggest risk factor for heart disease in women over 30. This has been reported in an Australian study recently released. The study looked at the data on heart disease risk and what conditions contributed to risk throughout different ages and population groups. Previous research had resulted in the knowledge that high body weight, smoking, high blood pressure and physical inactivity are all risk factors for heart disease. This study specifically looked at how these risk factors changed over the lifespan of Australian women. The researchers from the Centre for Research on Exercise, Physical Activity and Health at the University of Queensland followed the health of more than 30,000 women born in the 1920s,1940s and 1970s. Read More

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9:03 PM

So why do people quit?

Since I have been in the fitness industry I have realised that so many people quit exercising , almost within weeks of getting started. These reasons vary from person to person but in general I can pin it down to not having any support or motivation, limited or no time to exercise, plain old boredom sets in, or there are the ones who try and do too much too soon, you know the type and then of course there are those who spent the past 10 years putting on 15kg but now that they have decided to change they want to get results tomorrow! Only yesterday I was speaking to a lady and she said that she gets started all guns a blazing for the first two weeks and then she falls back off the wagon every time. "Let's face it we all have the same number of hours in the day, but it is how we choose to use them that makes the difference." So let’s take a look at the reason why so many people quit and what we can do about it so that you can end the vicious cycle and attain your fitness goal. Read More

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