Exercise either provokes a love or hate relationship for most women. If they have done it lots before then it’s usually something ...
In our busy lives between work, travel, kids and the wet weather (you know it!), it can be hard to squeeze in the time to get to t...
Add this delicious, crunchy and healthy granola to your breakfast routine. Energy-boosting, it’s a great way to start your day - and it’s good for you!
Fluffy, whole grain, naturally sweetened, totally delicious banana muffins you need to try! They’re about as healthy as muffins can be and would you believe can be all made in one bowl - yes it’s that easy!
Good grooming, involves the whole man. More than just the clothes he wears or the way he cuts his hair, grooming reflects nothing ...
You’ve probably heard the hype recently that Turmeric is the go to spice when it comes to the various health benefits, and you‘ll ...
Chicken tenders with a delicious coconut coating. Baked, not fried, these coconut tenders are sure to be a hit with kids of all ages.
Sweet potato what?! You’ll be surprised at how delicious these brownies are without the guilt you get diving in to a typical brownie. Gluten and dairy free it’s also perfect for the kids!
You know how it feels when you click on a tasty-looking recipe, only to find out you need 28 different ingredients, two hours, and...
An event that celebrates activity, exercise and wellness is to be staged in Auckland in 2020, providing an experience for both brands and consumers while also presenting some of the hottest names in fitness and health over two days in something not seen in NZ before!
Personal trainer Rachel Grunwell, who coaches runners, and is also a yoga teacher who specialises in working with athletes, talks about getting started with running and how to stay motivated.
Squash Auckland’s General Manager, A-Grade Player, and Lifelong Squash Enthusiast John Fletcher explains why you should be playing the world’s healthiest sport and how to get started.
It’s been said that you are what you eat, and there is no denying that the food we eat impacts our health throughout our lives. Are you keeping hydrated and from the right sources?
While the problem of workplace stress is not new, awareness of managing it, and the responsibility that employers play, has gained significant traction in recent years.
It’s a part of life that lean muscle mass naturally diminishes in your body with age. As a result you will increase the percentage of fat in your body if you don't do anything to replace the lean muscle you lose over time. Strength training can help you preserve and enhance your muscle mass at any age.
We nourish our body several times every day with food but meditation is so important to nourish our mind and our soul and there's plenty of benefits. Find out more and how you can start to add a little meditation into your life.
Many of us are now aware that nutrition and exercise are important elements of living a healthy lifestyle and reaching our wellbeing goals. However, how we exercise - and more specifically how we recover from exercise - also plays a huge role in our fitness results.
Foam rolling can be hugely beneficial to hardworking muscles—as long as you do it right! Read on for tips from Refresh and Recover.
Gut health is on the rise and for good reason. Our bodies are comprised of trillions of microscopic organisms with a huge chunk of these living in your gut. While everybody will have their own unique gut microbiome made up of tens of trillions of microorganisms, including at least 1000 different species of known bacteria, diversity of these is key in supporting a healthy gut.
As we discussed in part one of this series on recovery, training too hard without appropriate rest and recovery can hinder your progress. In part two, we’ll dive deeper into these elements and look into how to incorporate strategies into the recovery process