Tag Archives: Postive

Motivation to stay active during COVID-19

Like many others, I to had big plans for the year 2020. My plans for this year included travel, career development and completion of my first half marathon, just to name a few. However, with the growing uncertainty of COVID-19 this has all come to a devastating halt! At Bodyfit VIC we understand how overwhelming […]

Coach Jake Shannon – Your check engine light is on..

Last week I finally got around to dropping my laptop off at an IT place in Darwin to fix it. When they asked me what the problem with it was, I couldn’t even tell them because I didn’t know. All I knew was that I was getting random messages, things wouldn’t close after I tried […]

No Time to Exercise?

By Bodyfit NT Exercise Physiologist Rebecca King The National Heart Foundation has released new research which reveals 3 in 4 people of working age (25-54yrs) do very little to no exercise. With so many benefits to getting regular exercise, including reducing stress (and boosting those happy chemicals), preventing diseases and chronic conditions and improving your general well-being, why […]

Make 2016 The Year You Finally Committed

New Year’s resolutions suck right? Every year, another bout of self-commitment to finally do that thing you’ve been committed to doing so many times before. Maybe this year is different, maybe you are about to embark on something entirely new. But how many times have you found yourself in month two (or day two in […]

New Clinic Open For Business

It’s official – Bodyfit NT Palmerston has moved and we are giving you 15% off all services to celebrate! Today we finally move into our brand new clinic on McCourt Road in Yarrawonga, Darwin NT. While only just down the road from the old place, we now have so much more room for all the good […]

Falls prevention and older adults

Falls and their devastating effects are part of many elderly Australians lives. Each year a third of all Australians over 65 experience the effects of falls, and in the Northern Territory falls are the most common cause of injury hospitilisation (Glover & Skov 2010). Unfortunately falls can result in severe injury, reduced mobility, reduced confidence […]