Keeping it Off
In Keeping It Off ($39.99), Michelle Bridges explains why so many people struggle to keep weight off long-term and how to avoid becoming one of the weight regain statistics. Michelle also shares 100+ inspiring recipes and easy-to-follow exercise plans to make staying on track more manageable.
In the same way it’s now possible to test if we’re more susceptible to some illnesses, technology can also now test your genes to enable you to scientifically tailor a diet and exercise program that works best for you. Enter Muscle Genetica. Via a cheek swab, sent to you in the post, Muscle Genetica’s coaching team programs the correct amount of macro nutrients to suit your goals and genetics.
For those who work too hard at the gym to go and blow all that effort at the bar, Coco Vodka is a low-calorie alternative. Low in sugar, it mixes coconut water with triple distilled vodka and is stocked in Dan Murphy’s and BWS. It’s also available in pineapple and guava flavours.
Founded by Aussie yogini Jackie Dunn, Fire and Shine brings you addictive activewear brands such as Body Language, Hyde, Wellicious and L’urv. Jackie only offers brands where the clothing is sourced and produced through ethical supply chains.
Personalised Fitness Plan
At first sight, the Mio Slice ($199) looks and acts like a fitness tracker. It measures steps, calories burned, distance, all day heart rate and sleep. However, besides this, it has a Personal Activity Intelligence (PAI) index, which provides you with a personalised target score that reflects your body’s response to physical activity based on heart rate. In other words, it takes into account that everyone has a different body in need of an individual health solution. Clever.