You ARE NOT perfect how you are

I think this is going to be one of the most controversial articles I’ve written.  Heck, with a title like that, I could be in trouble in a day and age when no one has to take responsibility for anything anymore.

We all have flaws.  Yep, I said it.  We all have issues, all of us.

Famous people, heroes and just ordinary people like us.  None of us are perfect no matter what it appears on the outside.

We have history

We have baggage

We have issues

We had tough upbringings

We have problems

We have health or medical condition

Some of these things are our fault and some are not.

In my line of work, I tell people to start exercising, to eat better and to change lifestyle habits.

Lots of people get offended when I make it sound so simple. They have stories in their heads that go something like;

“I can’t do that because _______________”

“She has no idea what it’s like.  Because of __________ I can’t do those things”

“I don’t have as much  money as you”

“But I’m ______ years old”

“I don’t have enough time ”

“I’m busier than you”

“But my partner left me”

“I have this health issue”

“I need to deal with _____ first”

“My family/friends don’t support me”

“I’m a single parent”

But, but, but……………

Hey, you live in this century.  You have internet, food, water and most probably a place to live.  You have electricity and you have clothes.  You have an income (even if it is not the one you ‘wish’ for).

You have EVERYTHING you need to make this happen.

We tell ourselves stories about why we can’t succeed.

We use the I’m Hopeless or I’m a Victim label too much.  Much too much.

Sometimes your situation is not your fault (and sometimes it is) but regardless,  it is still your responsibility to deal with it.

What if you stopped PLAYING THE VICTIM


You probably didn’t choose to have your condition or your problem or have whatever it was that happened to you or the situation you’re in.

But it is still your responsibility to deal with it.

I can hear some of you now…….

But you just don’t understand MY circumstances.

You can’t possibly know what I’M going through.

And you could be right.  I might not understand.

But I can tell you now, that many people (probably 1000’s) have gone through what you’ve gone through or are going through and have succeeded despite the problems.

You are not that unique – sorry 🙁

So stop carrying around your baggage with pride.

No matter how many bags you are carrying, put them down, decide what you’re going to achieve and start taking action to achieve it.

I have many different options to get you started if you’d like me to help you.


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So make today the day your pull up your big-girl panties (or big guy pants) and take some action.

I can help you succeed no matter what has been holding you back in the past.  You may not be able to do absolutely everything exactly the same as someone else, but you can take action, you can make changes and you can make your situation better.

Looking forward to hearing from you (and yes, expecting some less than positive responses – maybe)

Sarah and Katherine’s Diet War

Here’a a story about two friends who decided to see who knew the best way to get skinnier.

Sarah believed it was all mind over matter and that all you had to do was cut our carbs and fat to lose all the weight you needed.  It was just a matter of self-discipline and calories in and out.

Katherine on the other hand hated to diet but still wanted to lose her excess body fat.  She was tired of having no energy and having to continuously buy bigger clothing sizes just like her friend Sarah.

Sarah began by totally cleaning out her kitchen and getting rid of all the high carbohydrate and high fat foods.  She stocked up on low sugar, low carb and low fat products so that she wouldn’t have to think about food choices.  All the products were clearly labelled with serving sizes and calorie counts so keeping within her calorie target would be easy

Katherine also cleaned out her kitchen, removing a lot of the same foods and items, particularly high sugar and processed foods.  She then sat down to plan the meals she’d be cooking for the next week.  Katherine didn’t love cooking, but thought that fresh meals would keep her more satisfied.  Finding quick to prepare meals from scratch turned out to be easier than she thought.

Sarah didn’t have to waste any time planning out her meals, because with only low fat, low carb and other ‘clean’ foods in her kitchen, it didn’t really matter what she chose as long as she stayed within her calorie target.

A week later and Sarah had indeed lost weight.  She was pretty hungry though but it was worth it when she jumped on the scales to see over 4kg gone already.

Katherine had lost 1.5kg and was a bit disappointed about that, but on the other hand, was enjoying the new meals she was cooking and certainly hadn’t been hungry.

Skip a few weeks and Sarah isn’t quite so happy.  She’s still winning the weight loss race, but is upset that in no week since that first has she lost anywhere near as much.  In fact, last week, she had only lost 300g.  But in total, her weight loss stood at 3kg more than Katherines – pretty impressive!  Training was going just okay, with Sarah feeling her energy slump over the past couple of weeks and she was also having trouble sleeping some nights.

Katherine was behind in the weight loss stakes,  tipping the scales at just over 4kg gone.  But, she was feeling really good.  Training was going well and she was feeling fitter and stronger and ready to increase her training sessions from 3 to 4 per week.

Onwards another couple of weeks and both Sarah and Katherine’s losses had slowed.  They’ll both need to make some more adjustments to keep losing more weight.

Katherine decides to add some walkng and easy jogging to her exercise routine and to cut back on her serving sizes of nuts and greek yoghurt because she feels that she’s probably overeating them anyway.

Sarah defintiely doesn’t want to increase her exercise because she feels too tired already, so she’s going to have to cut back on her food intake instead.  So breakfast is going to have to go.  She’s not that hungry first thing anyway, unlike in the afternoons when she’s starving most days and it takes all her willpower to not raid the biscuit tin at work.

Her cravings are getting worse, but she thinks about Katherine and how she knows that her way is better.  “I’ve got this” she tells herself- again.

Into week 7 and the work Christmas Party comes up.  Katherine decides to take the evening ‘off’.  She’s going to have dessert and a few drinks.

Sarah decides that this is her chance to increase her lead on Katherine and chooses drinks but no dessert for her evening out.

But you can guess what happens can’t you?  Sarah loses all her will power on about the 2nd drink.  She starts with the garlic bread and ends with the cheesecake.   It just feels so good and the drinks are going down a treat well into the morning.

On Sunday, and 3kg heavier, Sarah loses it.  She scoffs into a huge breakfast and the whole packet of low carb biscuits she’s had in the pantry.  “What’s the point?” she says as she orders a large cappacino and a piece of mudcake?

“All that suffering and I’ve put nearly half back on overnight!”

When Katherine wakes, she also gets on the scales. She’s put 2kg on, but knows that rapid weight gain like that can’t possibly be fat.  “It’s just fluid caused by the alcohol and the sodium in my restaurant meal.  A day or 2 back on track and it will be gone”

I won’t continue the story because you know how it ends.


How many times have you been Sarah?

I bet you haven’t even lasted the full 7 weeks like my friend did.  Yep, there’s a real person behind that story who’s name is not Sarah but who knew better than me about losing body fat.

Needless to say, ‘Katherine’ continued on to lose almost all of her excess body fat over the next 7 months and has kept most of it off since – a full 3 years ago.

There Is A Smarter Way

Any time you start a plan, all calculations are estimates.  You WILL NEED to make adjustments along the way.

Your level of daily activity, your individual metabolism, your stress levels, your sleep patterns and your actual fitness level all play a role in your own special needs.  And there’s no way that we can calculate this without testing it out.

And even if the initial calculation was perfect for you at the start,  a smaller you needs less calories to maintain so you need to leave yourself somewhere to go with that once you’ve lost some weight.

Everything you do, including your training and just being you needs less energy when you’re smaller – remember that when things slow down.

If you start with the most aggressive ( and unrealistic to maintain) plan, you have no where to go.  Not to mention that you’ll be hungry, cranky and have no energy.

Through my experiences over the past 8 years with hundreds of clients, I know that there is nothing inherently wrong with rapid fat loss.   There is a smart way to achieve it though that goes beyond will power and suffering.


Making smart and maintainable lifestyle choices is the only way that you’ll lose all your excess fat AND be able to keep it off.   And better health, energy and fitness are all side effects worth achieving.

To find out how we do it, fill out your details below.  I will send you through some information about our training and our JumpStart Program.  All clients are taught how to change nutrition and  other lifestyle factors and are fully supported on their individiual journeys.


Do You Have Health And Fitness Goals?

Since I started FitterFaster, lots of things have changed locally.

Outside of FitterFaster there has been the addition of lots of other fitness facitlities in town, more online training and nutrition options that local people can use, more sporting opportunities and a massive increase in awareness of fitness and nutrition in general.

I’d say that overall, there are many, many more local residents that are fitter than 8 years ago and many more aware of how to improve their health, even if they haven’t quite got a handle on taking action yet.

I’ve tried to keep evolving FitterFaster from the beginning.

Building a new gym and court area to train was a major improvement from training solely on the dirt like we did in the beginning.

Adding many more classes to our timetable was another.  This has evolved and changed over time to meet the needs of my current clients and is something that I look at regularly to make sure that the times I offer suit most clients.

I’ve also added new classes – first Box Out (45 based on fitness for boxing) Then semi-private Personal Training sessions that we now call PeakFit which offer small indoor PT sessions to a maximum of 6 clients at a time.

We also have other coaches now which at first was something I couldn’t get my head around.  But having them on board means more sessions for you while I still get to work my business around my life and not the other way around.

Continuing Education and Learning

Over the past 8 years I’ve completed many courses and attended work shops to get new ideas, keep up to date and increase my knowledge in fitness and nutrition.

In early 2017 I completed my 18 month Precision Nutrition qualification which has changed the way I coach nutrition and transformation.  I’m studying a 12 month MindMap course at the moment which is teaching me more about how our minds work, why/how we make decisions and how to coach change and transformation in different people.  I’m learning so much.

I’ve also updated my Pregnancy and Post Natal qualifications currently too which is an area that I’m really interested in and something that comes up in my business time and time again.

A new area of interest that is so important is Metabolic Syndrome and I’ve just about finished updating my qualifications about treating that with lifestyle modifications in consultation with other health professionals.

I regularly ask  for feedback  from current and past clients so that I can make sure my next lot of changes to FitterFaster meet clients and prospective clients where they are and take them to where they want to be.  I email to past clients and leave feedback forms in the gym for current clients to complete.

So that’s me.  What about you?

Almost all of us have some health and fitness goals that we are yet to acheive.  Whether it is losing some body fat, increasing your strength or muscle mass, taking part in an obstacle event, fun run or triathlon, taking up a new sport or improving performance in one you already do, there are a million different reasons to take part in health and fitness programs.

Every year in December, I let everyone know that I won’t be taking new clients in the first 2 weeks of January.  There are 2 reasons for this, the first being that I’m usually away and being the owner of FitterFaster and the one that manages all client details and programs, I need to be here when new clients start.

The second reason is even more important.  It’s something that drives me crazy.  And that is, that people need to wait till January 1st to do something about their health and fitness.

So I’m putting it out there to those of you thinking about new years resolutions now. No matter what month it is when you’re reading this, think about what you want to achieve and start working on it NOW


Why not get your act together and get started now?

Why wait?  You could be well on the way in another 4-5 weeks instead of another few kilos heavier.

You could have improved your fitness by January so that training when its hot is not so hard.

Believe me, starting a training program in the hottest month of the year is actually not that smart.

To find out how to get started at FitterFaster, complete your details in the form below.  I will send you all the details in a no obligation email.  If you decide it sounds awesome, which it does by the way, you simply let me know and we’ll go ahead and get you started.  But its all okay if you don’t.

Yes, I know you have many birthday, work, and other functions on, but you’re going to have them every year.  No matter which month you start, there’ll always be a reason that it is not the best time.

Even holidays coming up are not a good reason.  So you’re going away in soon?  Big deal. In fact, if you start now, you’ll be able to maintain your new fitness level while you’re away with some quick and easy workouts you can do wherever you are.  I supply clients with holiday programs hwenever they go away.


What if you’re really unfit and a bit scared to start?

That’s not a problem at FitterFaster,  We have a full Rookie program when every new clients begins with workouts targetted at their individual fitness level.   There’s extra long breaks, shorter sets and modified exercises to make sure you don’t do too much too soon.

It’s all about getting your technique right first before we add intensity.

What if you are fit already and just want a change or want to get even fitter?

Because we cater for all fitness levels, you will start where you are currently at.  We’ll take a couple of workouts at a lower level just to check your form and technique and then if you’re up to it, you’re right to go. All of our coaches  can work with you to set your level of progress.

From unfit to fit.  Or from fit to fitter.  It all depends on YOU

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Dumb It Down If You Want Results

The health and fitness industry has gone crazy.  Add the billion dollar weight loss industry  to that and it’s no wonder hardly anyone is actually achieving anything.

Facebook, current affairs programs, magazines, blogs, even newspapers and your neighbours are all pushing this program and that.

Do this, no that’s wrong now, do this instead.

That’s the message you’re hearing.  It really is no surprise that the majority of people like you have no idea where to start or how to keep going long enough to actually get anything out of any program you start.

You know what the real secret is?

The real secret to success is to keep it simple.  Yep, dumb it down till it is impossible to fail.

Here are 3 ways you can simplify the steps to amplify the results you achieve:


So pulling into the local drive-through may be easy, but that is not going to cut it.  How can you make food selection and preparation easy?

The simplest way I’ve found when it comes to helping clients sort through the crap, is to look for real food that has been processed as little as possible.

  • Unprocessed, real food usually does not have an ingredients label.  Real foods are the ingredients themselves.
  • Real food can be picked, dug up or cut down.  Or it had a mother!  Think plant foods such as fruits, vegetables and tubers or meats, poultry and fish.  Nuts and seeds fit this category, as do eggs, herbs and spices.
  • You’ll usually find real food around the perimeter of the supermarket.  Or at Farmers Markets or at local green grocers or produce store.
  • Real, unprocessed foods still look the same as when they were harvested.  Of course meat is an exception.  I don’t know about you, but the butcher is one step that is perfectly okay by me!

What about food preparation and cooking?  Mostly it is about combining foods and flavours that you like.  There used to be special rules like; dill goes with fish and rosemary goes with lamb.

While these are still true, feel free to experiment as much as you like.  One of my families favourite vegetable dishes combines an assortment of different veggies with pineapple and garlic!  Who would have thought?   I’m sure we are breaking more than one ‘rule’ with that combo.




If you were an Olympic athlete, you’d be on a very structured and detailed training program.  You’d be combining different types of training, recovery and skills sessions in a carefully periodised plan to allow you to peak once ever 4 years.

You can forget that if fat loss and overall fitness is your goal.  Especially if you’re totally new to training or have been training for less than about 6-12 months.


Squats, lunges, overhead pressing and plank type core drills should form the basis of your plan.  While you should progress over time with resistance, in the early stages especially it is more important to focus on your technique and form so that you actually train the muscles you’re trying to target.

Add in higher intensity cardio, not necessarily running, although you can run if you enjoy it.  Use cardio drills such as step ups, kettle bell swings, burpees and mountain climbers, sprint or cycle intervals and even lighter resistance at a faster pace with drills such as thrusters and squats.

At FitterFaster, we use all of the above drills (and others) because they work.  We focus on perfecting technique before anything else and then quite simply, help you to progress till you can lift more and/or do more in a set time period.

Those that are more advanced can add other techniques, but it really is unnecessary for those yet to achieve results from a program.

Keep it as simple as you can for as long as you can.   If you stop making progress (and are being consistent), that’s when you can add more detail.


Bare with me here because this is where I may lose you.  What on earth does stress have to do with improving fitness or losing body fat anyway?

A hell of a lot actually.  And I could name several clients right now that do everything else right, but because they have so much going on in their lives, are not achieving the results they’d like.

Sure, they’re much fitter than when they started.  And most have lost significant body fat as well.  But to get to the next level…….. it’s just not going to happen until they reduce the stress their bodies are under.


  • GET MORE QUALITY SLEEP Especially before midnight.  This may mean leaving some of the housework or even employing someone to help you a couple of times per month.  It may mean missing that TV show that you can’t seem to do without.  Or more likely, getting off the internet and Facebook and going to bed instead.  If you’re not getting a minimum of 7-8 hours every night, you’re not getting enough – no matter who you are.
  • IF YOU REALLY HATE YOUR JOB OR OTHER STUFF YOU DO EVERY DAY, change it.  This might not be something you can do tomorrow, but it’s key to improving your health and to losing body fat.  If every day you hate what you’re doing, this is affecting your health and your waist line big time.
  • TAKE TIME OUT Almost every day (if not every day) you should take at least 10-20 minutes out to relax.  I like to walk – outside not on a treadmill.  Out in nature is best.  But you could read – a novel, not the Facebook feed.  You could garden – another of my favourite activities.  Have a massage, sit down for a cup of your favourite tea or whatever. But make it ‘down time’. NO checking emails or your phone.  No Facebook or other social media.  Switch off properly and give yourself some time out from the constant connection and chatter.
  • FIND A HOBBY THAT YOU LOVE.  This is closely related to taking time out.  If you can find a hobby you love, it will be so much easier to switch off from everything else.  As I said above, reading, gardening and walking are favourite activities of mine and I make time nearly every day to do at least one of them.

You have to make time.

This is the key.  You will never just ‘find time’.  You need to make it.  Everything you do each day will fill the entire day up.  There’ll be no ‘spare time’.  It’s just how it works.

If you decide to go to the hairdressers or go on a holiday, you just make time and do it.  You don’t wait for spare time to appear.  You book these things in and then like magic, time appears on the day you’re going.  You suddenly have the time because you MADE THE TIME.

Start making time to switch off and reduce your stress levels.

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Why Wait 3 Months For Your New Body?

October is the new January!

I’m serious.  Imagine yourself 3 months from now.

It’s January 1st.   What do you feel like?  What do you look like?

If you’re like most people, you’ll be thinking about everything you want to achieve over the next 12 months.  A better job??  Better fitness??  Better health??  Better body composition – with less fat and more muscle perhaps??  Earn more money??  Spend more time with the kids or your partner??  You know, all the usual stuff that you always intend to do.

You’ll probably set some fantastic goals. They’ll be S.M.A.R.T   (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic, Time-Based)  But you know how this story ends.  Yep, a few weeks in (if you’re lucky to last that long) and you’ve forgotten what you set out to do, let alone actually done very much about it at all.

If this was going to work, you would have already achieved all your goals by now.  Because let’s face it.  You set pretty much the same ones each year.

How about we look at achieving your goals differently.

What if 3 months from now, you were well on the way to achieving your dream body.  Whether that’s one that looks better, feels better or works better (or all 3)

What if, instead of promising on January 1st to stop eating crap, cut down on  alcohol, train regularly, stop snacking on crap, get more sleep, give up sugar and basically become a walking talking health saint, you started now.

What if you took just 1 or 2 of the things you know you need to change and work on those starting today.

Once you have those habits in place and you’re feeling pretty comfortable with them, then you add others.

Each day, each week you focus on just those 1 or 2 things.  And yes, you will start to see results.  By the time January rocks around, you will already be gaining momentum and instead of thinking about all the things you should do (or not do) you’ll have a sense of achievement about what you’ve already done.   Not only that, but you’ll actually be well on the way or even be there already.

So instead of another 3 months of not loving your body.  Of not loving the way you look and feel.  Of living with another 3 months of negative feelings about yourself, imagine how you could look and feel and how great that would be.

Don’t waste another 3 months planning what you’ll do next year.

You don’t have to wait.  October is the new January

What are you going to do about it?

I can guarantee you results if you follow my programs.  And they’re not way out either.

No broccoli and chicken breast or fish every day. Nope, you get to eat a great variety of delicious foods and train in a sensible manner (3 times per week) to see fantastic results.

To find out how, complete your details below.  I’ll send you free and no-obligation info about my JumpStart To A New You Program so you can learn exactly how to get fitter, healthier and leaner at any time of year


This Is What Fit and Healthy Looks Like


I recently commented on a photo that a friend posted on Facebook of herself and her sisters.


The girls were all dressed up, looked super happy and were obviously in what most people would refer to as ‘great shape’. I also happen to know that all 3 of them are super active, have families, play sport, keep fit and are super busy like everyone else.  And before you think I was promoting my business, none of these ladies are clients at FitterFaster at the time (although one is now and the others are more than welcome any time)

My comment was something along the lines of ‘ Wish I could wolf whistle ……..Great picture lovely ladies.  This is what being fit looks like’.  It was a genuine compliment to the hard work that these ladies put in to be good role models to their children via sport and fitness, and be happy with how they look and feel (which was evident in the photo) not an attack on anyone else.  This comment was NOT supposed to be promotional or otherwise.  Just a compliment to friends.

Mostly people agreed, which is fine, but there was a comment which I actually didn’t see but was told about.  (It has since been deleted)

The person disagreed with my assessment of what fit looks like, which is perfectly fine.  We all have our own opinions and rightly so.  What I see as fit, is obviously different in this case and we have agreed to disagree.  I was also not trying to shame anyone who doesn’t look like those in the photo.

The ladies in the picture epitomise fitness as I see it.  They look fit, feel fit, heck they are fit and I love that.

To ME, being fit means many things;

  1. A healthy and reasonably lean body fat percentage is one of them because quite simply, carrying excess fat comes with health risks despite what you tell yourself or why you believe you are overweight.  I repeat, being fat (even slightly fat) comes with health risks.
  2. Being active.  Whether it’s cross-fit, boot camp, FitterFaster, body building, sport, videos at home or whatever, being active is the ONLY way to claim ‘fitness’ as one of your attributes.  We have so many great options to improve out fitness in out little town (Lauren’s YouFit, Earls Gym, Brads PT, Trina and Penny’s Funky Fitness, The Sports and Leisure Centre, Samara’s On Road Fitness and others as well), not to mention all the sports options and the lovely spaces we have to walk or run.
  3. Eating healthy foods more often than not.  What you see on the outside is not always indicative of what’s happening on the inside.  The ONLY way to claim good health is to make a habit of choosing healthy foods way, way, way more often than you choose junk.
  4. Even if you’re not ‘sick’ and you don’t look overweight, does not mean you are fit and healthy.  (You also need to minimise alcohol consumption, quit smoking and a myriad of other things too but that’s another article)
  5. Being HAPPY.  When I looked at the photo in questions, this was the first thing that jumped out at me.  These ladies looked so HAPPY.  Happy with themselves, happy to be so fit and happy in their bodies and happy to be in such great company together with their sisters.

I am always supportive and always aim to help clients achieve their goals by working on the above areas, whatever those goals may be;

For some, that is achieving the look in the photo.

For others, it is getting to a certain clothing size (I’m trying to avoid goals of a certain body weight for most), competing in an event such as a fun run, getting fitter for their sport and/or reducing measures of health they’ve received from their health practitioner such as cholesterol or blood pressure levels.

My focus to achieve all of this has always been centred on health and improving performance (for sport and/or everyday life).  Gaining both a healthy body and a healthy mind.

Most people come to me because they want to lose body fat, but pretty soon into my programs, they are also thinking about getting fitter, healthier and much more.

They start off just thinking about what they look like, but end up thinking of the many other measures of progress, such as getting fitter, stronger, more energetic, sleeping better etc.  I wrote an article about some of these other measures recently:  Gauge your progress

While many people including many of my clients have real issues with body image and also other mental health issues, a lot do still want to achieve certain size or weight goals and I do my best to help them with this.  Pretending there is not an issue does nothing to help them.

The body and mind DO NOT WORK INDIVIDUALLY.   They work together, and improving the condition of one usually leads to improvements with the other. Actively doing something about your health and fitness yields big improvements in mental health even before anything ‘happens’ to the body and vice versa.  I’ve seen this time and time again.

If you have issues with your health and fitness, don’t put them off.  Start doing something about them and you’ll find that just taking the first step leads to taking another and then another.

But you have to take real steps.

You actually have to make better food choices.

You actually have to get active.

Googling, researching and reading about ways to improve will do absolutely nothing.  It’s not until  you put all that information into practice every day, every hour and every minute of your life that you’ll see results.   It’s actually not that hard once you decide to get started.  And you do not need to be a ‘saint’.  Just one small step leading on to the next is all it takes.

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