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Procrastination – 4 simple ways to postpone it and return to happiness

Procrastination is the mother of all demons and can literally stop you in your tracks from achieving all that you desire. We’ve all done – wee put off our exercise routine until tomorrow; we continually delay finishing that project or job! So here are 4 effective processes you can use to slay this giant. 1. Read more…

Sick of your Sore Throat? Find out types, causes, treatments and home remedies

A sore throat – almost all of us have been there. It is one of the most common and famous symptoms when it comes to getting sick. So let’s explore, what is 3 types, what causes it, conventional treatments as well as some home remedies that could help you Disclaimer: This is not intended as Read more…

GABA – What is it, what are benefits, side effects, foods high in GABA

GABA – although not very well known, it is considered to be one of the most important proteins supporting nerve function, muscle movement as well as linked to stress management including higher alcohol dependencies. We will take a closer look at GABA – what is it, what are the benefits, what happens when you have Read more…

What is the secret key to achieving your goals? It is focus and clarity!

Focus is the secret key to success in any goals you set for yourself. This may be unpopular at the moment with many people believing in multi-tasking to get more things done. But I have a saying – “Doing many things at once means do many things poorly!” Let’s use a photo as an example: Read more…

Iodine Deficiency – what is it, side effects and which foods are the best

Iodine – With all the extensive information and social media commentary, I see minimal information or awareness on one of this most important nutritional minerals and what it can do for your health and body. For this exact reason, we have decided to dedicate this article to iodine, and answer questions around it, regarding what Read more…

Common Cold: Causes, Cold Weather and 6 Ways to Prevent

Many of us associate the common cold and flu with cold weather. This is not surprising as people tend to contract the cold when the weather temperatures go down. However, it is not the cold weather but instead viruses that cause the cold. The cold weather however does lower our immune system and makes it Read more…

The Best Temperature for Getting a Wonderful Night of Sleep

for sleep When we fall into a deep sleep at night, our body temperature also drops. To accommodate your lower body temperature and to make sure that you sleep more comfortably, it is ideal that you sleep in a cool room. That is not to say that your bedroom should be cold. Let’s find out Read more…

Does caffeine significantly affect sleep and how long does it take?

The Caffeine Sleep relationship: Caffeine is commonly used in many drinks and beverages and predominately in coffee beans, tea leaves, and soft drinks with the highest levels of caffeine are contained in coffee. It is also be produced artificially and used in drugs as a treatment for various conditions. Caffeine is a psychoactive used to Read more…

Sleep Deprivation: the dangerous effects, how much is best, how to get enough

Sleep deprivation experts recommend regular exercise together, a properly balanced diet and to get at least eight hours of sleep every night to keep our bodies healthy. Unfortunately, many of us are lacking sufficient sleep and because of this a lot of other health issues pop up. How much sleep is enough? We’ve mentioned that you should Read more…

Antioxidants – 10 Easy Ways To Get More Into Your Daily Routine

It is no secret that antioxidants help keep the body healthy. It’s believed the antioxidants in food can help prevent cancer, reverse or slow aging, enhance your immune system, increase your energy and improve heart and organ health. Antioxidants also offer protection from a range of other ailments, including heart disease, type 2 diabetes, neurodegenerative Read more…

Green Tea – 4 Biggest and Surprising Health Benefits

Do you know that green tea has amazing health benefits? It is crazy how beneficial it can be. The ability to lose weight, possibly prevent cancer, promote healthy teeth, and lower cholesterol, makes this tea, truly a miracle worker. In recent times, the benefits of green tea have been widely reported in the media. In Read more…

4 Critical Steps to Actually Achieving your Hopes and Dreams

Do you have specific hopes and dreams that you wish to achieve one day, but have no idea how to accomplish them to achieving success? If that’s the case, well, you are not alone! MOST people tend to have dreams and aspirations, but only see the vision of their dream fulfilled, without being able to Read more…

Work Life Balance – 3 best tips to take control back

The phrase “work-life balance” implies that there are opposing forces in play, each trying to pull in opposite directions. In this case, those forces are namely, well, your workplace and your personal life. Now, if you don’t know what you’re seeking to accomplish, both personal and professional, it’s easy to sink to the level of Read more…

4 Steps to Becoming More Self Aware and Control Your Life

Being self aware means understanding your authentically yourself, and knowing – your weaknesses, your strengths, your beliefs, your goals, your personality, your motivations, and your morals. This is what you are made of and you have to realize that all of those aspects are capable of changes and improvement. Unfortunately, living in a world where Read more…

High Satiety Foods – 4 successful foods that will definitely keep you full

Have you ever consumed a big meals just to feel hungry 30 minutes later? Well, if this has happened to you, odds are you are not selecting high satiety foods. In this article, we’ll explain the importance of high satiety foods, and we’ll also give you a list of our 4 best picks in that category! Read more…

Healthy habits of people who don’t get sick

How have some people remained healthy and energetic amid the pandemic, while others have become ill or demotivated? The secret, according to those who rarely get sick, lies in the mindset and healthy habits that contribute to your overall wellbeing. Highlights Human health is linked to the gut which is responsible for about 70 per Read more…

People with low fitness are nearly twice as likely to experience depression

People with low fitness are nearly twice as likely to experience depression There is a 60% greater chance of anxiety. Many studies have provided evidence on the link between exercise and good mental health. Those studies had suggested that people who exercise more are less likely to experience mental illnesses. However, those studies rely on Read more…

How to save money on your personal trainer – Part 1

Find out how to save money on your Personal Trainer and fitness services that qualify for Health Funds rebates. The following information about specific funds should be taken as a guide only and is not an exhaustive list of funds recognising fitness services. If you hold private health insurance, can we suggest they contact your Read more…

Returning to Group Fitness from COVID-19

With the easing of COVID-19 restrictions we are super excited to be returning to our new expanded group fitness classes with outdoor and indoor classes scheduled for Monday 15 June. We understand that some people maybe concerned about returning to face-to-face class but I wanted to re-assure you that we are taking all precautions and Read more…

6 Ways To Reduce Running Injuries

Running or walking more? Want to reduce running injuries,, niggles or joint cracking ? Here is 6 simple exercise tips to help reduce pain or avoid injuries.     TRANSCRIPT  Hi, this is Cameron Corish from Core Health Coaching. I hope you’re well. I just wanted to talk to those people that are actually walking Read more…

The Power of Fermented Foods – Immune Boosting Part 2

Before we had refrigerators, canning machines and artificial preservatives, tribes and communities worldwide utilised a variety of food storing techniques such as fermentation. Many ancient civilisations have included at least one fermented food in their culinary heritage, from Korean kimchi to Indian chutneys to varieties of sauerkraut, yogurt and pickled vegetables. And with good reason. Read more…

5 ways to stop mindless eating when working from home

How do you stop mindless eating? Here is 5 way to overcome this when you have more access to food when you are working from home. Transcript  Hi guys, it’s Cameron here from Core Health Coaching. Hope you’re having a good night and isolation is not sapping your energy or your mental energy anyway. Look, Read more…

COVID-19 Facts , FAQ, Myth-buster to stay safe during the pandemic

Not sure what to believe with COVID-19?  Here is some facts, frequent asked questions and myth buster information from Brisbane’s top Respiratory Physician and Clinical Professor.- Dan Chambers. He is a Thoracic & Transplant Physician,and his special interests are interstitial lung disease, chronic cough, and complex lung disease. He has also cared for many critically Read more…

Coronavirus response plan. What we are doing.

The health of our clients, staff and our community is our absolute TOP PRIORITY and we want to give you an update on our new measures to ensure our studio and classes are the safest environment for you. We will continue to monitor the situation daily and will be amending our Coronavirus response plan any Read more…

Coronavirus: The essentials

This article provides the essential information on coronavirus and hopes to keep our clients safe and informed. What is Coronavirus? Coronavirus is a common virus around the world. There are currently seven known strains of the virus that infect people, four of which typically cause mild to moderate upper-respiratory illness (similar to a common cold). Read more…

Immune Boosting for Flu Symptoms – Part 1 Nutritional Supplementation

There are many integrative therapies with well-established antiviral and immune boosting properties. The interventions described in this article are not necessarily validated as effective specifically for COVID-19. Nevertheless, they are advisable upon onset of symptoms of upper respiratory tract infections. For upper respiratory tract infections in general, including those caused by some types of coronaviruses, Read more…

Personal Trainer Wishart Core News – 3 March 2020

Thanks to Pam and Jan for the bush-walk on Sunday – 90 mins, 5 hills, 3 koalas and great fun!!   Thank you to Denise for her wonderful review of Core Health Coaching.   Welcome back to Michelle from the Adelaide Hills supporting the Armed Forces bush fire recovery efforts. You can see she was very popular!! Read more…

The Ketogenic Diet: Will it Work for You?

The ketogenic diet has come to rise in recent years with many people experiencing a myriad of health benefits confirmed by scientific research. Some of these include weight loss, reducing risk of Type 2 diabetes, lowering risk of cancer and reducing inflammation in the body. There are a number of variations of this diet, often Read more…

Personal Trainer Wishart Core News – 13 Jan 2020

🏆🏆Well done to some of our Core girls. Fitness Fun at Foam Fest was a clean start but during may have been different!!!! 🏆🏆Congrats to our client Martin for not only setting his fitness goals for the year but achieving his first one.with a PB at his home park run. THIS WEEK’S POPULAR POSTS   Read more…

Personal Trainer Wishart Core News – Jan 2020

What a fun time in December, with our Christmas functions and antics.Thank you for your support over the past 12 months. With 2020 upon us, we know a new year is the perfect time to reflect on the past and create some new goals. To help you achieve all that you want this year, I Read more…

Personal Trainer Wishart Core News – Dec 2019

                Thank you to Coach Mark who delivered a very informative Workshop “Surviving the Festive Season”. Great to hear the positive feedback from our participants and helping them achieve a better festive season. Clients only – you now have access to this presentation in our VIP Facebook Group. Attached are a couple of Read more…

Find out the 5 reasons that stop you from starting exercising

Starting exercising can be more difficult than you first thought. What is stopping you?  Here are the five reasons why your thinking patterns could be holding you back. 1. Avoid all or nothing thinking At the beginning, all or nothing thinking manifests itself in thoughts such as “If I can’t starting exercising 100%, I might Read more…

Veganism: A New Way of Life or Another ‘ism’

Veganism has risen in popularity recently with a number of movie producers, actors and athletes promoting its benefits. A vegan diet is to abstain from any animal foods, while a vegetarian diet is to be absent of any animal flesh but can include foods from an animal (e.g. dairy and eggs). This veganism movement has Read more…

Personal Trainer Wishart Core News – Nov 2019

                As a part of this month’s Members Bush walking event, we visited Whites Hill Reserve. We took this one slow and really appreciated the nature and the wildlife with the highlights seeing the 5 Koalas including a new joey as well as a Wallaby!!! 🏆🏆🏆Congratulations to our Read more…

Why postural assessment is important?

A postural assessment is crucial for any fitness or strength program. If not, your efforts could be going to waste and leading you towards injury.  Here is a quick video explaining why postural assessment is so important. TRANSCRIPT  Hi there. I just wanted to quickly jump onto a Facebook live. I had a really great Read more…

5 powerful tips to overcome that bread starter

Don’t want that bread starter but you can not help yourself? You don’t want to fill up before the main course? Bread doesn’t fit into your diet? So here is 5 great tips to overcome that bread starter! Video Transcript Good morning. It’s Cameron from Core Health Coaching. Hope you’re having a good day so Read more…

Weight Loss – Is Stress Sabotaging Your Results?

A physician by the name of Hans Selye, also known as the ‘Father of Stress Research’, was once quoted as saying, “It’s not stress that kills us; it is our reaction to it”. Unless our access to food, shelter and water is compromised, many stresses can provide an excellent opportunity for growth. Without stress, challenges Read more…

Wishart Personal Trainer gains national exposure

CLIENT SPOTLIGHT FROM WENDY AND WORDS It is no surprise to Core Health Coaching clients that the expertise of Wishart Personal Trainer and Brisbane’s top Personal Trainer Cameron Corish has been featured in a National SBS radio interview. Recently Cameron, founder of Core Health Coaching, and participants from his weekly Super Seniors class, were interviewed Read more…

Personal Trainer Wishart Core News – Sept 2017

Welcome to our Personal Trainer Wishart Core News for September. It has been some time since our last one and their has been so many changes and achievements. Here are some of our recent highlights. Community Matters  Well done to our client Mark who completed his long time goal of climbing Machu Picchu. You can see Read more…

Womens fitness training- why it should be different from a mans?

Womens fitness and strength training – In an era where women and men are equal, a common fitness and strength training mistake is that both are training exactly the same way. Even though we are equal, our bodies are different and as a result we do need different fitness training considerations. According to one of Read more…

5 Habits of Highly Effective Eating – healthier, leaner & more energy

Effectiveness my sound strange for eating as most people eat for taste, overcome hunger cravings or just because it is habitual routine. As one of the most important key foundations of human needs, we tend to take eating food for granted but there are some simple tips and routines that we can implement to improve Read more…

Healthy chocolate – is it really that good?

            With Easter soon approaching, chocolate consumption will sky rocket. Most people will feel guilty and know that this is not good for our health or our bodies, but what if we had “ healthy chocolate ”. Is that possible? We know that dark chocolate is better but image having Read more…

Electrical Radiation: what is it, the debate and 9 easy tips to reduce the impact

Electrical Radiation With the visit of Dr Devra Davis to Australia, a highly respected US Epidemiologist, on the ABC Catalyst program “WI-FRIED”, strong debates have erupted about the potential harmful effects of Electrical Radiation (ER). Electrical Radiation was already classed as a Class 2B – Possible Human Carcinogen by the International Agency for Research on Read more…

What is the most common exercise mistake people make when they start?

The biggest exercise mistakes I see when people start is “too much too soon”. Normally when we get back started into exercise we have a lot of motivation and excitement but the incidence of injury when starting or re-start is quite high. If the body has not had regular movement for years a more progressive Read more…

Correct breathing can improve fitness and wellbeing

If you find you are out of breath when exercising, this could be due to your fitness level or incorrect breathing. Most of us are chest breathers and are not aware of the significant benefits of breathing diaphragmatically. “It has been said that poor breathing plays a role in about 75% of the ills that Read more…

Go to sleep

Sleep is one of the most critical health factors that affects how we look, feel and function. We rarely hear about it from fitness and health experts, but good sleep is considered one of the fundamentals to improving and maintaining good health. Although most of us know that we need 8 hours per day, research Read more…

Ever heard of Sitting Disease?

Sitting for prolonged periods is seriously compromising your health Most of us spend a significant amount of time sitting down working on a computer, watching TV or driving. As an average this is believed to be 55% of our waking time in sedentary behaviours according to the 2008 Vanderbilt University study published in the American Read more…