Quit, Pivot or Thrive?

When things aren’t working out, you can easily blame or look for sympathy from others. Your emotions then send you on a rollercoaster which can translate to wrong decisions.

It would be best to learn how to navigate through the rollercoaster ride so you make the right decisions. This will involve shifting your mindset. Only then will you thrive.

Last year during the nationwide lockdown, one of our members went through this exact process. It resulted in a dramatic transformation. She shifted her mindset and thrived. You can watch Penny’s amazing story below.

I am sure it will empower you during these frustrating times.

Stay committed, healthy and have fun!

Matt Mazzaferro

Live Well would like to welcome Georgina to the team!
Georgina has completed a degree in Human Movement and is in the final stages of becoming a qualified Exercise Physiologist.
Looking to train with Georgina? If you aren’t sure where to start or how we can help you achieve your health and fitness goals try our intro offer for $40!!!
Congratulations to our Quarter Three Huddle Champ
Congratulations to Ash who was our Quarter Three Huddle Champ and took home a Rebel Gift Voucher.
In the last 3 months Ash has:
-Lost 3.3kg
-Dropped 4.5cm of her waist
-Reduced body fat around the stomach, arms and upper back
Ash has committed to the lifestyle and incorporated resistance training into her weekly workouts and the results are showing!
If you or someone you know resonate with Ash give the team at Live Well a call on 9587 4100 or text ‘ready to commit’ to 0410 482 730 and let us help you get started.
Why Balance is essential for your Exercise Routine

Like anything you work towards in life, be it work related or health related, results often take time. It doesn’t happen overnight.

Thinking specifically about exercise and health, whilst some lose weight quicker than others, there’s one common trend that must be taken into consideration along the way. During the process and during the at times, “grind”.

What I’m referring to is the balance we adopt. Everyone’s lives are different. Whilst some are heavily involved socially and/or with family, or have a time-demanding hobby, others may be more available with time outside of work. But if we focus too heavily on one thing – be it our time in the gym, or time away from it – the balance will affect our different states of health.

We all aim to be physically healthy, but what’s often neglected is our mental health.

Repetitively doing the same thing can often cause resentment. So if we relate that to fitness, ask yourself a few simple questions:

When was the last time you updated your workout program?
When was the last time you tried a new exercise you’d never done before?
When was the last time you asked someone for advice?