Entries by Clare @ IntoYou

Rainy Day Warm Up

It’s rainy and cold today in Sydney so what better day for a warm up session?? Whilst this session couldn’t be construed as a “HIIT”, or high intensity session, it does creep up on your muscles until they’re just a little bit burny, and you’re plenty warm! Circuit one 30 seconds of each exercise alternating […]

Logical Exercise Progression for Post Natal Women is NOT About Intensity

Logical Exercise Progression for Post Natal Women is NOT About Intensity! It is about Intra Abdominal Pressure… Current pre screening practices in Australia are focused on heart health and disease, and recommend exercise intensity based on the answers. While screening for heart disease in women is absolutely imperative (women are just as likely, if not […]

Feedback from the Host Gym: Burrell Education LIVE Courses

Recently we took Burrell Education’s internationally accredited Modern Pregnancy Functional Exercise and Modern Post Natal Assessment and Functional Exercise Prescription LIVE courses to Albany, New Zealand. We were hosted by Fitness HQ for Women, the only facility of it’s kind in the area, owned and operated by the visionary Sarah Andrews. We were curious about […]

How to Pack a Healthy Lunchbox

Term 2 of the Lunchbox Grind and I am thinking about how I think about packing a lunchbox everyday! The first thing i always try to achieve is COLOUR. Colour is what makes it fun, pretty, and attractive to eat! Next, i worry about them getting bored, because when it’s healthy there’s no excess sugar […]

Roz’s Motherhood Journey at IntoYou

Browsing Facebook the other day, as you do, and this memory came up from one of our longest participating clients… Who trained as a single white female before entering Motherhood! “…Never ever did I think I could run again! In 2013 I hurt my back and stopped running. And I’ve missed it so much. But […]

Make One Change April 2019: WALK DAILY

There are SO MANY health benefits of walking, i didn’t know where to begin with this one! Pretty much any health ailment imaginable can be prevented, managed, or improved with walking… and walking is also something pretty much everyone can do. In fact, walking is so good for you that no matter how sick you […]