How to remotivate yourself as the world opens back up again with Dr Natalie Flatt PhD Are you feeling exhausted from a long and crazy 2020 and 2021? In this Live on Linkedin, Tom Bosna and Dr Natalie Flatt team up again to discuss the current state of play in motivation, socialising and strategies to … Read more
Overcoming social anxiety and finding reflection in 2020 – Dr Natalie Flatt PhD What happened yesterday? How about the day before? Taking time to reflect on your day can really help. In this Live on Linkedin, Tom Bosna and Dr Natalie Flatt team up to talk about overcoming social anxiety and finding reflection. This conversation … Read more
The Ironman has been touted the most mentally and physically gruelling one-day endurance event. It comprises a 3.86 km open water swim, a 180.25 km bike ride, and a 42.2 km run. For the professional athlete it takes 8 hours; and the general competitors 17. With good reason many call it plain silly and question the motivation of those who not only choose to compete, but pay for the privilege…
I am a weekend warrior who has neither the heart of Phar Lap, nor the lungs of Ian Thorpe, but someone who thrives on a challenge and is enticed by pushing the limits. The first hurdle for my ironman season is the Challenge Melbourne; a race comprising a 1.9 km swim, a 90 km bike ride and a 21 km run. The contest requires my apt preparation to ready the body and focus the mind.
To kick off the new year, Maddy Linton, our Exercise Physiologist challenged her fellow colleagues to take on her “Core Stability Master Class”. An effective way to target the abdominals and glutes, our therapists enjoyed a well deserved day in the sun. Looking forward to the upcoming activities planned in 2015!
The before shot Long run – 35 km, Marathon preparation After – in the hurt locker