ZWOW 26 This Is Sweat

365-Day Fitness Challenge Day 8: This Is Sweat!

Beginning this challenge we start with excuses as to why not to ...
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Fitness Quote of the WeeK: Tell Me I Can’t Do It!

"You want me to do something... tell me I can't do it." ...
Miso Soup with Sesame Broccoli for Two

Recipe of the WeeK: Miso Soup

This made an excellent light meal for me, but it was a ...

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The Secret Daily Teachings: Real Friendship

A friend is someone who is there for you when he’d rather be somewhere else. Only your real friends tell you when your face is dirty.

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Always A Winner By Pete Murray

Always A Winner!

What songs do you enjoy listening to while you workout?

One of my faveriote artists is Pete Murray’s: Always a Winner. Somehow, this clip always gets me singing alog, pumped and into fitness motivated mojo before I workout.

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Zuzana at the beach on holiday, under umbrella

Bikini Beach and Burpees

  I hope that you guys will enjoy watching this video – it’s kinda special to us because it’s the most fun we have had yet on our trip :) Don’t forget to check back in for new workouts starting Monday!  Best, Freddy & Zuzana @ BodyRock.Tv             Related articles […]

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Melissa Laing Pilates Studio opened in June 1995 and was the first of its kind in Adelaide. Melissa Laing holds a Bachelor of Arts of Dance from the University of Adelaide. Melissa gained her Pilates qualifications in England and was accredited as a Certified Pilates Instructor in 1994. Melissa is also an accredited Fitness Leader in Physical Rehabilitation and is South Australia's leading Pilates practitioner.

3 Benefits of Pilates

The Pilates method has been used for many years by elite athletes, classical ballet dancers, actors, musicians, through to members of the general public. This is one of the unique properties of the Pilates method, it can be beneficial to people of all ages, with a variety of physical abilities and goals, or with specific injuries of conditions

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Happy Easter Holidays

Happy Easter Holidays and I hope you have a wonderful weekend with family and friends.

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The great thing about crepes is you can make them ahead of time, store them in the fridge, and eat when you want. They don’t have to be warm like pancakes, and they definitely don’t need syrup.

How to make crepes in 5 easy steps

The hardest thing about this crepe recipe is deciding what to fll your warm crepes with at the end! Lemon and sugar, strawberries and cream… via How to make crepes in 5 easy steps. Although crêpes are French pancakes, I tend to think of them as pancake/tortilla/pasta hybrids. Like pancakes, you can serve them with […]

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Aussie Bacon Egg Sausage Burgers

Fantastic!! Yum yum yum. I served this on my own home-made gluten free turkish bread and added some chutney and mayo. Served it with a warm char-grilled vegetable salad. Will make it again (often)!

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Spinach With Subtle Garam Masala Tofu Recipe

Saag Paneer is one of my all-time favorite Indian dishes, and it’s one which is easily adapted to a vegan diet by simply substituting a good quality tofu for the paneer. This is a very easy vegan recipe that I’d recommend to anyone. You can use your favourite spinach curry recipe (goodness knows there are billions, if not trillions). If you would like a little added richness then add a few tablespoons of vegan cream and some rich vegan butter (e.g. Vitalite).

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