Do You Burn More Cash Than Calories?

Improving fitness and health can be a costly endeavour. In 2016, I surveyed my email subscribers to better-understand their fitness investment over the past 12-months and the results they have achieved.

The average spend was around $2000 AUD, which I thought was quite a lot of money. But when I took the time to break down some of the average costs, $2K seemed reasonable.

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Nutritionist & Exercise Scientist writing about health, business and my everyday life in Australia.

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Nutritionist & Exercise Scientist writing about health, business and my everyday life in Australia.

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