Stephanie King

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Stephanie is a qualified Exercise and Sport Scientist who lives and breathes all things health and fitness. An Eastern Suburbs local, Stephanie spends her weekends being active outdoors, sipping on an espresso and hunting down the best smashed avo toast in Bondi. She has travelled to 5 out of 7 continents, jumped off one skyscraper and out of one plane to date.

America’s new laws expose hidden sugars

New laws in America mean hidden sugars in food are about to be exposed to consumers. We all know that sugar is added to many food products, such as soft drinks, desserts, biscuits and lollies. But have you ever checked for sugar content in foods like bread, pasta sauce or canned vegetables? The Food and Drug […]

Exercise for your individual needs

Do you know how to exercise right based on your individual needs? Exercise Right Week 2016 launches today. Supported by Exercise & Sport Science Australia (ESSA), the campaign promotes the importance of understanding and developing a health and exercise plan, personalized to your own individual requirements. Human physiology is incredibly complex, as are our diverse […]

Virtual Cycling within a spin class?

Virtual cycling at Scenic Cycle, within a 45 minute spin class could be just the thing for you. Located in the heart of Sydney’s CBD, Scenic Cycle is a state of the art cycle studio that combines innovative technology with basic training principles to give you a killer yet enjoyable cycle session. Founder Tom Sproats, […]

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