The only time you should look back over your shoulder is to see how far you have come.
Well done Patsy on changing the way you look, function and feel.
Patsy felt overweight. She had dieted many times since her early 20’s and used to get away with e
Exercising to stay younger.
Earlier this year we began a Neighbourhood training session. What began with one neighbour asking if I could do some exercises with them, has grown to 5 regulars coming along on a Tuesday morning for 45 minutes to lift weights, puff a little and socialise.
They are an enthusiastic bunch who are training to improve their lifestyle and mobility so they can
what is success?
The official definition is: "Achieving wealth, respect or fame."
At PT@home, we prefer to think of it as:
always doing your best
believing you CAN
learning something new every day
never giving up
celebrating small victories
making a plan and sticking to it
For some of our amazing clients, simply walkin
Meet & Greet - Deb Curtis.
How long have you been coming to FIRE/ICE SESSIONS?
5 or 6 years I think.
What made you decide to come to PT@HOME?
Primarily I wanted to be able to lift a carton of drinks and place it on the top shelf at work and not rely on the strength of a male! I wanted to feel fit and build up some endurance for the hours I was doi
I'm already feeling fitter after just TWO Months.
Let me introduce you to Leanne Baker. It has been a while since we crossed paths. We were both teenagers running around the lawn tennis court. That was about er....about thirty years ago! Of course we both look exactly the same today as we did back then!
It has been great having Leanne join our ICE (Intense Cardio Exercise) sessio
(The offending pants)
Life is very comfortable in your comfort zone - hence the name.
I will admit it - I was getting comfortable. Comfortable lifting heavy weights and comfortable winning racquetball and squash. I needed to remove my warm fuzzy pink dressing-gown!
Enter left stage - Portland Park Run.
The thing with comfort zones is you
An accident that saved his life.
Nick first walked in the door of my studio in June, 2010. He was nervous, in pain and embarrassed about reaching 94kg. He had always been active, playing football as a kid and motorbike riding. He was the sort of guy who went hard. Worked hard, played hard and partied hard. That was until he