When planning a well-rounded exercise program, it is important to understand the components of physical fitness and how your training affects them. We have adapted our approach and methodology using various models to ensure that you are taken through a scientific pathway towards your best self.
When you are born you have parents that guide you through the challenges of growing up. At school you have teachers that help mould you and support you through the stages of development. In sport we have coaches. At university we have lecturers and mentors. All of a sudden, we get to a point in our life where the coaching just stops – as if we should just know how to proceed in every area of our lives. It just isn’t true. We should have a guide for every phase that we experience in life in order to be able to achieve the greatest success possible.
Food is one of our greatest sources of pleasure and should therefore be enjoyed without feeling guilty. There is a place for all foods in our diet, but mindfulness is key. Eating a well-balanced diet can help you get the calories and nutrients you need to fuel your daily activities, including regular exercise.
Spend 6 weeks with us working on your personal goals with three of our professionals, Jolene Mortimer (Sport Scientist), Nikki Munitz (Self-development consultant) and Taryn Walton (Registered Dietician).