Posts in Revisited
Revisited: 10 Top Tips to help you have your fun and stay on track this festive season

It's crazy season again! Back to back drinks and celebrations plus all the food everywhere. With that come the hangovers, the lack of sleep and the feeling generally a bit crap. Fear not! I've put together ten tips to help you have the fun and mitigate some of the post party agony.

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Revisited: Dr Brandi on the science on exercise and pregnancy

Revisited! In our series on real talk about pregnancy, Dr Brandi Cole brings us the research and the science to break down exercise and pregnancy for us in a super interesting, in-depth long read. The article discusses how inactivity is a major risk factor, why it is important to get moving even if you never have before, what to look out for and some recommendations on types of movement.

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Revisited: Men! Testosterone and Oestrogen Balance

Revisited: Men's systems play a very delicate balancing act between testosterone and oestrogen. Variances in either hormone level can cause a range of issues and symptoms from muscle weakness to loss of bone density to libido and fertility issues, mood disorders such as depression and cognition issues. Find out more about the symptoms and what you can do about it.

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Revisited Demo: Hip Openers

Hey you! Not just for desk-sitters. If you’re a runner or play sport with lots of running, this is for you too. Actually, it’s for everyone really… All the tendons and muscles around the hips are the driving force for being able to walk, run or even stand up. They are often overlooked as the cause for other problems. Here are my fave hip opener exercises.

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Revisited: Having fun is part of being healthy!

A look back at my article on fun! Play, fun, hobbies, unstructured activities and doing stuff without expecting an outcome are all things that keep humans balanced, happy and connecting with others. It can also reduce the risk of Alzheimer's and many other ailments, particularly those related to old age. Fun AND good for your health? Yes!

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Revisited: The Balanced Lifestyle Checklist

Since the new season is upon us, I wanted to revisit this article (originally published Feb 2017). Whether there are New Year's resolutions you aren’t quite sticking to or you feel like you're in a bit of a rut, Spring is a great opportunity for a refresh in many areas of life. Using my ROCK Principles there are 7 points in this article that can help you focus this season to create a healthy balanced lifestyle for the rest of the year.

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