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Author: Jarryd Irvine

Actualise Wellness Solutions / Articles posted by Jarryd Irvine

ACTUALISE REVIEWS

This page is to see what you think about Actualise - from start to finish. Event to program to product. Problems or none. Why? Because we believe that feedback means feeding-forwards - maybe not for improvement right now, but for the future! Share your experience below! Head Back Home ...

Actualise Swim Reviews

We love swimming! It's a great sport for fitness, functionality and fun! If you're involved in any/all of our swimming related programmes, we'd love to know what you think. Share your thoughts and experiences in the comments below. Happy or sad. Start to finish. Development or performance. We'd love to know where we stand! Your feedback helps us feed-forward! ...

The Time Test Challenge

Time is a never ending battle. Some days there is faaar too much. Others, we need to try and catch our breath between the gaps of time. We've got quite a nifty 21-Day Challenge that was designed and implemented in June 2019. Here's one of the components of the challenge that we've found to be most successful! (We don't like keeping secrets.) Here's how it works: Decide how long it's going to take you to complete  task before you begin and write...

5 Ways to Hit Your Winter Goals!

If you're anything like me, I find winter to be a challenging time of year. I don't know if it started from mid-year exams in school or university, or the seasonality of business. Every year since about 4 years ago seems to be getting better but it's still the time of year when I hit my biggest slumps. I've also been listening to some podcasts that provide wonderful insights and ignite me to explore new ways of being. Here are 5...

Myth Busters: Resistance Training for Kids

You may have heard the age-old tale of ''children shouldn't do resistance training because it's bad for bone development". Well, the dynamic team from STACKS is busting this ol' myth. Here's some of the myths and why they're incorrect - in fact, this may begin their journey to holistic well-being. Myth #1: Resistance training stunts a child’s growth There is no scientific research that proves that participation in a supervised resistance training program will stunt the growth of children or damage developing growth...

5 Questions When Selecting Your Yoda

It’s a New Year and the next phase of your life is beginning, you can't wait to change everything for the better! From new grades and classes for the young-at-body to new cities and career ventures for the young-at-heart, there are leaders you will meet this year and whether you like them or not they will contribute to you getting through the year. If you can select them though, there are important success-factors to consider when selecting your Yoda. Some of...

3 Tricks Triathlon Transitions Teaches You about Life

It’s another one of those days. Get up, throw on some clothes, choke breakfast down, get to gym/pre-work commitments, rush to first meeting (just made it!), and the load starts piling up. No chance for a breather. Lunch-time and you’re starving – but coffee, coffee, coffee! Every corner you turn means another ten-minute discussion, walking meeting, or crisis control. Getting back to the desk is your only focus, but at the same time there’s no energy left, plus all you...

The Nutribullet Wellness Challenge

New Year's resolutions are approaching. Everyone is chilled, optimistic and ready to take on 2019 like the historic Four Asian Tigers (external link) who took on economic growth and improved standard of living in east Asia from the early 1960s. To see people set a goal and commit to seeing it achieved gives us tremendous satisfaction. We'd like to see you do exactly that in 2019. Are you ready for the challenge? What would we like to see next year? It's simple: HOLISTIC....

Triathlon is a Battle of Elements

Imagine working, sporting, or living in what your brain would consider your 'ideal environment' (IE for short). What would this look like? How would it impact your productivity or effectiveness? And, when would you get tired of it? Sometimes in life, we look at people living on 'the other side' where the grass is greener and the honey sweeter. [caption id="attachment_7377" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Bolting-up for an action-packed Day 3 in Port Elizabeth. Early mornings have never felt sooo good![/caption] Back to the...