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Spring into Life

You can smell it! Literally spring is just around the corner. Wattle is in the air, the warmer winds are about, the birds are chirping and the kookaburras are singing. We are in that magic time of year when the days are getting warmer, the sun is greeting us a little earlier and staying a…

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Stretching Before a Winters Run?

Winter Running? Tempted to Stretch Before? Don’t Bother! As the temperature drops a lot of us don our running shoes and head for the hills. Now as great as the colder weather is for running there is one big problem. How do you warm up? This is really important in training and especially when it…

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Life – The Experience

What would you prefer to do? Stand on the side lines and watch the game or jump in and be a part of it? I know my answer is pretty obvious however, just to reiterate, I would always prefer to jump right in than to be a passive observer. The other week I had a…

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Shipping Up To Boston

April 17th saw the 121st running of the Boston Marathon and luckily enough it was an event I was able to be a part of. A timeless race that draws over 30,000 people from all over the world. In the sport mad state of Boston, over 500,000 spectators line every inch of the 42.2 km…

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Lessons learnt in 800k across Spain

At Transitions Chiropractic our vision is to help you live a life without limits. To unlock the potential that is present inside each and every one of you and to inspire and provide possibility along the way. So what does all that mean? A life without limits or inspiring and providing possibility….. A life without…

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Wine, Dine, Move & Be Fine

With December in full swing, I thought that it would be a good time to go through the TOP 5 habits we can implement over this festive season. There are some unmistakeable realities that literally just happen- Christmas parties are inevitable, best laid plans will probably be spoilt, unexpected guests will just rock up, you forgot something…

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Welcome to Hell Part 2

So I realised that in part 1 of my “Adventure Race Report To Hell & Back,” I missed one massive piece of the puzzle. I was able to return to work on Monday which was only a week after the accident. Just in doing that, I felt so much more human as I got to…

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Is It All About The Grades?

Adaptation, it is more than just physical. One of coolest things I get to see day in and day out, both at home and at work, is the beautiful human body’s ability to adapt. This morning, at the bright old age of 3 months, Peyton rolled herself over and like so many little ones, this…

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