Fitness And Health Expo Giveaway

 Do you like going to Expo’s?

Two weeks ago I went to the Mind, Body and Spirit Festival and yesterday I went to the Craft and Stitches Show.

Both of these Expo’s were full of things that interest me and I got lot’s of inspiration and access to products that are not available in shops near me.

Wishing now I had bought more of the Pana Raw Organic Chocolate – Sour Cherry & Vanilla, it is just so good!

If looking after your health and fitness interest you and you live in Melbourne, then you cannot miss the Fitness and Health Expo happening next month, AND I have been given 3 double passes to give away.

Fitness and Health Expo Melbourne

Find out all about the expo here.

If you need motivation or simply want to discover all the latest tools and services you simply cannot miss this haven of all things good for your health and fitness.

Be inspired by health guru’s such as Michelle Bridges, Commando, world class athletes and fitness experts.

Try out the latest equipment, get up to the minute nutritional advice, see all the latest product releases and make the most of special offers that expo’s always offer.

The double passes are valued at $60.00 each and are valid for Sunday, 12 April.

If you would love to go simply leave a comment and let me know you would like to be in the running. Share with your Melbourne friends and family so they can be in the running for a great day out.

Competition closes Wednesday, 01 April at 5.00pm AEST

Good luck!

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It’s Physie Competition Time, Bring On The Hair, Makeup And Leotards!

Winter has arrived with a big bang, and that means one thing in our household, it’s Physie Competition time again!

As the temperature drops, the competition season is starting to warm up, and it is time to get out the leotards, makeup, hair spray and dive into Interclub’s, State and National Finals.

For those uninitiated readers who are scratching their heads and wondering what ‘Physie’ is, its a form of precision dance, made up of many different styles and combined into an age appropriate choreography of 5 set routines, and the BJP School of Physical Culture has been operating in Australia for 120 years, with clubs all around the country.

Since February my Miss WW’s have been learning their routines, that are performed to music, ready for competition time!

Friday night consisted of a 3 hour workshop, run by a National Grand Champion, Nadina Bampton, who really put the girls through their work and gave them some fabulous stretching exercises.

Sunday saw the whole club assemble for a ‘Chocolate Competition’, where every girl gets to perform their work under competition conditions in front of family.

 Miss WW having a ‘little’ stretch!

Every year we participate in two Interclub competitions, where we get together with other clubs and the girls compete against each other, then they progress on to State Finals, and National Finals in Sydney for some.

Physie is great exercise, good for strength, balance and flexibility and has no age limit, you can keep on physie’ing as long as you want!

Physie promotes fun and friendship, and you don’t have to compete if you don’t want too, but it is a pity to put a years work into learning the sylubus and not having a go at a comp.

Physie girls on Facebook, share hints and tips, share photo’s of comps, sell leotards they don’t want, and my eldest daughter has ‘physie’ friends all over the country.

So it is time to get out all the red and white (our club colours), try on the leotards, refresh the makeup collection, stock up on hair spray and fake tan, ready for another year of fun and frivolity!

What is the favourite sport your children participate in?