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Fat Loss & Weight Management

Maintaining a healthy weight and body fat percentage can help you stay healthy, happy, and confident. Click here for tips and tricks that can help you with fat loss.

Muscle Building

For many, building quality muscle mass is even more difficult than losing body fat. Click here for tips and tricks that can help you gain muscle faster and more efficiently.

Calorie Calculation

Confused about BMR and calorie calculation equations? Read this article to learn how to calculate the amount of calories you need to lose weight and build muscle.

Heart Health

Cardiovascular disease kills more people worldwide than any other disease, but you have the power to prevent it. Learn about the causes and how to reduce your risk.


Adequate hydration provides a variety of health and performance benefits, but it's not always easy to achieve. Learn about ideal water intake and how to make it happen.

Physical Activity

Only 51% of New Zealand adults meet the recommended amount of physical activity per week. Find out what you can do to make sure you're one of them.

Healthy Eating

With hundreds of fad diets and an endless amount of conflicting information, it's tough to figure out how you should be eating. In this article, we talk about portion control, moderation, nutritionally dense foods, and more.

Caloric Needs Calculator

This calculator uses the Mifflin-St. Jeor formula to determine your Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR), the number of calories your body needs to function at rest. The table below adjusts that rate based on your activity level to give you an idea of your ideal total caloric intake. These numbers are just guidelines—you'll have to experiment to find the best number for you.

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