5. the location
We are so blessed, 9km from the CBD, we have access to just about everything we need from fresh food to parklands and runnings paths. We are in the perfect spot to change your life for the better.
4. the kedron brook
This one deserves a special mention, running along it most days, you can get your fix of nature and inspiration with so many of us out there trying our best.
3. the weather
how lucky are we, the sun is up before 5am for a large part of the year and gives us ample opportunity to get out and about each day. I know we get a few hot months but that's something we have the right plan in place.
2. the process
Often in our goal setting discussions I discuss WHO you would like to become as that gives us the best indication for the HOW we go about this. The HOW we go about this is really important because it turns out that's your quality of life! From living and shopping locally to exercising within our community and raising a young family with good schools and plenty of options for fun, the process of being changing your health in our area leads to a significant improvement in your quality of life.
1. the people
Finally and most importantly number 1 is the people! Our community and neighbourhoods are something we should be extremely proud of. I am so grateful for the relationships we have and the quality of the people we serve, it's something very special. I have a lot of family interstate and I describe life within our community like everyday being a Friday, everyone is saying hello, they have a positive predisposition and a genuine want for better for the other person. Being a personal trainer within our community means we get to wake up everyday and help our community improve, enhance people's lives and contribute to that positive predisposition.
It’s that time of day when your boss is pressing for some deadline that you just can’t meet or your unwinding for the evening with something fried and salty on the couch before bed. Whatever the time, whatever the reason, there is probably a time of day that you find more difficult to keep the ship sailing in your chosen direction.