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Train Smart and Smart Start

2018 has started and it's time to get back into #fitspo lifestyle. Don't forget to train smart and Smart Start to ease into the year ahead.

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The DO-NOTS for 2018

With the fresh start of a New Year comes fresh resolutions. But instead of looking at your wish-list to achieve, instead focus on five things you will Not do this year. Here are five ideas for your “NOT” Resolutions:

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Are you Nomophobic?

We are increasingly addicted to smartphone technology, but there is a growing fear among researchers and even Silicon Valley experts that it is not making us happier or healthier.

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Rachel Grunwell's Top 8 tips for 2018

Your well-being is one of your greatest assets. So, nurture “you” and keep on track with your fitness goals. Here are 8 tips to help you to make 2018 your best yet.

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The Best Exercise for Staying Young

New research suggests that pulling out your freshest dance moves could be the secret to defying time.

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What To Do About Muscle Pain

So you’ve hit the gym for the first time in a while, or you’ve really upped your game. Now you can barely lift your arms above your shoulders. What happened, and what can you do about it?

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Rechecking Your Resolutions

1 month down. How's your New Year's resolutions going? Re-evaluate your goals with Rachel's 5 things to consider when making goals for 2018.

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Your Brain Enjoys Exercise As Much As Your Body

Exercise is good for efficient brain function. Neurological expert Maurice Curtis explains the latest thinking about staying mentally strong throughout our lives.

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Cardio Peak Training

Forget mindlessly pounding the pavement or relentlessly revving the rower, if you want to get the most from your cardio training you need to take a scientific approach. That’s where Cardio Peak Training comes in.

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Summer is here - Make the most of it!

The sun is out. Embrace and incorporate the sunshine into your lives. Here are our some of our Top Les Mills influencers with tips on how to get the most of the sunshine and enjoy your holidays.

Dr Libby - Les Mills Contributor

Dr Libby Weaver (BHSc (N&D) (Hons) PhD) is an internationally acclaimed nutritional biochemist, author & speaker who combines years of experience, learning and clinical practice to her holistic approach to health. 

Julia & Libby - Les Mills Contributor

Julia and Libby are sisters who are lovers of everything that nourishes the body, mind and soul. They believe that beauty starts from within and food can be used as medicine in order to keep us healthy. Their approach to health is connected to both their educational study of the subject and their personal beliefs on the lifestyle it creates.

Rachel Grunwell - Les Mills Contributor

Rachel is a magazine wellness columnist, qualified yoga teacher, wellness ambassador, keen marathoner, healthy recipe creator, and director of the lifestyle website Inspiredhealth which inspires Kiwis to live a healthy and happy life.

Hannah Horton - Les Mills Contributor

Wholefoods and sustainability blogger at Health Yeah and Wholefoods cafe owner of Mondays Cafe in Kingsland, Auckland Hannah is constantly discovering the life changing power of food.