Fat loss and what YOU need to do!April 22, 2021
Losing fat is not easy. If it were easy everyone would be fit and healthy. We are all busy individuals in this crazy world. Everyone needs to work, so how come some people do it better than others? The issue that comes up is human habit and comfortability. Keep in mind that this does not apply to everyone, some people work 40-50 hours/week which makes it a lot harder to get into the gym, however, you can still make it work!
It is easy to sit on the couch and watch television whilst eating ice cream, on the other hand, it requires huge mental fortitude and hard work to bring your heart to 170 BPM on the assault bike after a long day of work (the positives to this is better sleep and appetite i.e. the more you exercise the more you can eat! If you love food like myself, this is a massive bonus). The first couple of steps towards fat loss include:
Make time. Just do something! 10-15 minutes of jogging/walking, a little bit of yoga/balancing work, cooking healthy meals. Actively working towards better health and your goals.
Training for climbing.April 15, 2021
In any physical activity, the more controllable ranges of motion available will mean you will possess more movement opportunities. In this case in the world of rock climbing, if you don’t have enough hip mobility to step to the next foot hold on a scattered rock face then you don’t have that option to use that opportunity, and you’ll need to figure out another route, which can result in unnecessary energy, strength and time spent.
Marianne conquered her fear of returning to lead climbing that happened because of her consistent effort in the gym developing an overall increase in general strength and mobility. Now, our current program has become more specific towards the demands of climbing in order for her to be even more successful in facing more difficult climbs.
The possibilities become endless when we aim to continue to expand our current capabilities, this applies not only in the gym, but to everything we do in life.
Register your business for Dine & Discover NSWApril 9, 2021
Dine & Discover vouchers are now available in the Georges River. Have you registered your business yet?
Once approved as a Dine & Discover NSW business, you’ll be able to accept and redeem vouchers straightaway. You’ll be able to do this through the Service NSW for Business app.
All eligible businesses across NSW can now register for the scheme.
Vouchers are now available to all NSW residents aged 18 or over, and are valid to 30 June 2021.
Live Well would like to welcome Georgina to the team!April 7, 2021
Funding for female founders of startup businesses to scale their startups into domestic and global marketsMarch 25, 2021
The Boosting Female Founders Initiative – Round 2 is now open and helps female entrepreneurs overcome the disadvantages faced in getting access to finance and support to grow their startups. This targeted support will be on a co-contribution basis.
What do you get?
Grants between $25,000 and $480,000 for female founded startups to expand into domestic and global markets.
Who is this for?
IT’S NOT JUST BUSINESS, IT’S PERSONALMarch 24, 2021
Media lab – free resource available for your digital creationMarch 23, 2021
The Media Lab is a digital-creation space located within Hurstville Library. It is available for community use and also hosts regular workshops and events.
Using the Media Lab
- Microsoft Surface Studio PCs with Intel® Core™ i7 processors and Adobe Creative Suite
- Audio recording equipment, including a range of microphones, mixers and accessories
- Video and digital SLR cameras, plus full studio lighting and accessories
- 360-degree camera equipment and accessories
- 3D Printer and accessories
- Musical instruments, including guitars, bass guitars, synthesisers, 88-key upright digital piano and accessories
Case study: Super Mum Amazing Results In 28 DaysMarch 17, 2021
International Women’s Day – Celebrating Georges River Business WomenMarch 11, 2021
Georges River Council hosted an International Women’s Day breakfast event at Club Central to celebrate successful business women in the Georges River region. Our guest speakers were Georges River Business Owners: Philippa Aslanis, Katherine Blizard and Sarah Cummings who generously shared their stories to a full house.
Georges River offers the opportunity for enterprise and lifestyle with access to commercial, and residential offerings. Our rail connections, proximity to the airport and the Sydney CBD make Georges River a great place to live, visit, invest and grow. In particular, Georges River offers women a place of opportunity where a balance of work and life can be achieved.
Proceeds of the ticket sales was close to $3,000 and will be donated to The Women’s Refuge Centre.
Thanks to all who joined us, and Council looks forward to an even better event in 2021.