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
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
What does 'take-away' mean to you?
Does it mean grabbing something quickly on the way home from work, but ending up waiting in line for half an hour?
Does it usually end up costing you over $70 to feed a family of 4 at Chinese Take-away?
Does it mean greasy food that usually leaves you feeling ill, and guilty afterwards?
Does it m
DOING THE WALK OF SHAME.
Payton enjoying her first swimming lesson. Look at that smile!
Most of you have done it before - stepped into the pool or onto the beach, dressed to kill: bathers, board-shorts and a long t-shirt to cover your flabby bits. The less skin visible the better. Or, perhaps you have performed "the walk of shame". Towel loosely around your waist,
My fridge after a Shop 'n Chop
You have tried a few diets. You lose a bit of weight and then you hit a brick wall. This is often referred to as a plateau. It is also the time when you give up and go back to your old habits because you perceive the diet isn't working. Let me tell you a little secret. This is actually the most important time to feed your body; to nourish your
Don't let your mind sabotage your success
This is a difficult emotion for some. You seem to have a good week or month and don't always know why you were particularly focused. What you do know is that in the past when you 'fell off the wagon' you were really hard on yourself and found negative self-talk creeping in, making it difficult to get back on track.
What if yo
* Sue on her wedding day and now, after 2 children and beginning her transformation journey.
The process of change can be difficult when no-one understands what you’re doing. Family in particular are not interested in knowing about your new habits because they think it is “just another fad diet” and you are not
The other day I had a visit to our studio by a mum of 3 teenage kids. She looked tired: tired of being unfit; tired of puffing when doing the daily chores, let alone climbing up a set of stairs. She told me she had tried all the usual diets, plus a few other extreme ones as well.
Of course she had lost some weigh, but it always managed to creep back on with int