MobiGym | What can Life Coaching do for you?
As human beings, our lives are constantly shifting. Our circumstances, relationships, perspectives and attitudes demand change in order for us to develop and expand. At times, these changes come of their own accord and may be overwhelming. At other times, we find ourselves stuck, lacking the skills or the confidence to make the change happen.

Banting, Atkins, Weigh-Less…

Decisions-decisions.  What works and what doesn’t? Every so often there is a new craze or a fad diet that takes the world by storm.  Before you know it everyone who’s anyone is on the diet.  And often it goes away just as quickly as it started. As personal trainers we need to keep abreast of
MobiGym | Top 10 Fitness Trends for 2015
The American College of Sports Medicine has released its top 10 trends for 2015 with Body-weight training taking pole position. 1. Body-weight Training Body-weight training can be done ANYTIME and ANYWHERE – squats, lunges, triceps dips, planking, sit-ups, pull-ups etc. 2. HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) These short workouts alternate between short bursts of high
MobiGym | 10 Habits to Manage Mental Disorders and Depression by Marina le Roux
As a society we want to believe that we are technologically, mentally, physically and psychologically advanced.  However, mental disorders are still seen as something to be ashamed of or a self-induced state of being (just snap out of it already!).  Truth is we all experience a certain level of depression at some stage in our
MobiGym | It's all about Cardio by Anthonie Jones
For some it’s a dreaded word and for others it’s a passion they can’t get enough of.  Whatever way you look at it, cardiovascular exercise is one of the key components that should never be left out of a fitness plan. Cardio, short for cardiovascular exercise, is any movement that gets your heart rate up

Pilates by Madelein van Wyngaardt

MobiGym | Pilates by Madelein van Wyngaardt
So what is all the fuzz about? The last 10 years pilates has really grown as one of the major pillars of health.  It was originally developed by Joseph Pilates in 1960’s and were taught first in Europe and the USA.  Joe continued to train clients at his studio until his death in 1967, at
MobiGym | Stretching and Flexibility by Heather Wynne
Stretching and flexibility is one of the main components of fitness.  This area of fitness was previously often neglected by non-athletes.  However, recently many sports athletes as well as the non-athletes are becoming aware of the benefits to not only their performance in their specific sports discipline, but also to their fitness and overall health.

Bottoms Up by Lee Niemandt

MobiGym | Bottoms Up by Lee Niemandt
How alcohol affects your weight loss goals With the silly season upon us, we get bombarded with invites to year-end socials, Christmas parties, work functions and more and more braai’s to celebrate the summer time. This month only, I am invited to two weddings, two bachelorette parties, three birthday parties and one office party. And
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