As part of our Mens Health Month with Movember we sat down with some of our favourite Twosix Locals to chat about their ideal way to stay healthy and happy and why its important to keep talking about Mens Health.
I’m sure anyone who has taken the time to watch ‘That Sugar Film’ would agree that the message Damon is sending is almost as addictive as the sugar itself. We found ourselves quickly jumping on the sweet-evading bandwagon and completely supporting the venture he had so courageously tackled, setting out
As part of Men’s health month at Twosixmag, we at Body Kinect wanted to shine a light on some of our male clients who are making positive steps every day to improve their health. Our clients live with mental illness and the reality is that in this demographic the risk
Meet Kieran Ryan – Business & Community Engagement Co-ordinator. This Movember, Twosixmag will be focusing on educating and raising awareness for men’s health. Kieran joined the Movember Foundation with the intent of having fun, doing good. he’s already lost two close mates to suicide, so Kieran has a particular passion for
Meet Rhett Corker – Men’s Health Program Manager for Movember… This Movember, Twosixmag will be focusing on educating and raising awareness for men’s health. Rhett joined the Movember Foundation where he’s been for the last three years. In his personal life, Rhett’s been touched by three of the health issues the Foundation tackles, sadly
How much of a role does your mind play in your training? Many people don’t realise how often we talk to ourselves, constantly working through our own issues, making day-to-day decisions -on our own. The one thing I’ve learnt over the years is that hard training can take us to our
Meet Marcus White – health and fitness trainer, and like us, a true Life Enthusiast! Marcus prides himself on creating unique personalised workouts for his clients along with educating them on wholesome eating and fusing it with healthy mind habits. His personal journey towards wellness is absolutely refreshing and we’re
We don’t like talking about them and certainly are bad at expressing them. But when we start to understand how to recognise our emotions and admit that there is nothing wrong with expressing them, the world simply becomes a more positive place.