Walking

Nanette's story with Women's Fitness Adventures

After some major health scares, I always make time for fitness.

I had been retired for about 4 years and my sister had just died from cancer.  I started to think about my own mortality.  I felt my life wasn’t going anywhere, I had no purpose or goals.  Our children had left the nest long ago and even our grandchildren who we love dearly were not part …

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Susan and Women's Fitness Adventures

“It’s worth putting in the time for me, because it improves my overall wellbeing and makes me better to be around”

It was time to do something for me.   Life was and is busy.  Family, friends and work took up lots of time plus a bit of gym and lots of walking. It was all crammed in. I love walking and being outdoors I thought being part of Women’s Fitness Adventures would be a good …

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Margaret with Women's Fitness Adventures

With retirement on the way, Margaret went looking for “that something”.

I was coming up to a big change in life – retirement. I decided to look for something to be part of now that I would have more free time. I didn’t want to only be around the house all the time (although I often wished for this when I had busy days at work). …

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Happy Feet!!

Fitness & Training – All About Feet A common question often asked by our C.R.E.W members is “why are my feet sore?” To answer that question we asked physiotherapist and Women’s Fitness Adventures C.R.E.W member Cathy Conway, from Indooroopilly Physiotherapy, for some insight into one of the most common foot complaints – plantar fasciitis. Plantar …

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