I'll be honest, watching the Australian Open gives me a huge buzz. Seeing those athletes push themselves to the absolute limit both mentally, and physically is inspiring. I love it because it's all down to them. There's no teammates to pull the slack or give them a little pep talk when things don't go their way. Oh, and Roger Federer is all class - that man is a legend.
This had me thinking. A lot of what we see in the Australian Open can relate back to weight loss. I don't mean you should be training like they are, but more of what goes on behind the scenes.
Here are 3 powerful weight loss strategies we can learn from the Australian Open.
By Lynne Faires Seale
Eating healthy with your kids can prove troublesome. You always put them first, making sure they eat their greens to grow up big and strong but it's hard to satisfy the whole family right? Sometimes you feel like you need to cook different meals because what you want to eat to get healthier, is different to what the family wants.
In this article, Wife, Mother of three and Registered Holistic Nutritionist Lynne Faires shows us 7 ways to share healthy eating with your kids.
There's no doubt that to lose weight, we need to burn more calories than we consume. I've written many articles about this.
A problem many of us face when losing weight is where do we start? What do we eat? What should your plate look like?
By the end of this article, you'll have a good idea of what a well balanced meal looks like. You'll learn simple habits to adopt when building your meal and how to put it into action. Step by step, here's how to build a simple, balanced meal for weight loss.