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The Retreat – The weekly newsletter from TeamGWT

“The Retreat” Global Wellness Tracking provide a free weekly newsletter to all members outlining cool events, resources and links to facts about your wellness and that of the globe. To receive “The Retreat” straight to your inbox simply register as a member for free here. Previous newsletters: March 2020 Issue Continue Reading

‘Your Smile is a Superpower’

Content by: Deanna Niceski – Accredited Exercise Physiologist How many muscles does it take to smile? 17, 26? Unfortunately, this fun fact has so many different answers, why, because ‘one person’s smile, is another’s smirk’. Like a fingerprint we all have our own unique style and way we show off Continue Reading

‘Rituals create results; The importance of Routine.’

Content by: Deanna Niceski – Accredited Exercise Physiologist Mike Murdock gave us a nugget of wisdom when he said, “The secret of your future is hidden in your daily routine”, and he is not wrong. Yes, sometimes routines can be stale, rigid and repetitive, but what they instil and unknowingly Continue Reading

“2 O’s make it right and help us stay alive.”

Content by: Deanna Niceski – Accredited Exercise Physiologist “Tell me how I’m supposed to breathe with no air?” It will take your breath away. Knowing all the links, structures and organisms it takes for us to do something as natural and instinctive as breathing. Trees, plants, our bodies physiology, diatoms Continue Reading

Slugs, snails and puppy dog tails? Or sugar, spice and all things nice? What are YOU made of?

Content by: Jaymee Dudley You know you’ve got bones; you know you’ve got muscle and you know you’ve got fat. But have you ever wondered how much of each you have? Body composition is a way of describing what your body is made up of. By analysing your body composition, Continue Reading

Wellness Camps – Kick Start Summer

Content by: Cameron Boehm – General Manager Welcome to the next generation of fitness classes. Introducing “GWT Wellness Camps”. With a clear vision of creating exceptional wellbeing and positive habitual change Wellness Camps seek to create an atmosphere that enhances growth and transformation, challenges movement literacy, is fun, vibrant and Continue Reading

‘I’ve got a BONE to pick with you; The best exercises for osteoporosis’

Content by: Deanna Niceski – Accredited Exercise Physiologist Can you hear that? The signs and symptoms your skeletal system of 206 bones shows when its losing minerals more rapidly than they are being replenished? Trick question; you shouldn’t as osteoporosis is known as the ‘silent disease’. Fused together from cartilage Continue Reading

‘Calories: Who’s Counting?’

Content by: Cameron Boehm We hear so much in the media about calories. How many calories are in this chocolate bar? How many calories do I burn doing a push up? But what really is a calorie? Calories are a way of keeping track of our body’s energy budget. A Continue Reading

“Ten tactics to overcoming and managing your mountain of Pain” – Part 2

Content by: Deanna Niceski – Accredited Exercise Physiologist Movement is medicine and pain is no exception to it. It’s the one thing that builds our physical resilience, creates a robust and strong architecture, builds self-efficacy, benefits our tissues and helps us take control over pain. However, when we are in Continue Reading