Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Flexible 4 Life - Equipment for sale (unused, lightly used and used)

$55 per set of gloves (near new)
$55 per set of focus mitts (near new)
1.5kg $8 per set

1kg $6 per set

2kg $10 per set 2.5kg $12 per set (rarely used) 

$15 negotiable (1 set only)

Madison gloves $5 (1 set only)  Both $18

UNUSED round shield $60

Supatuff kick shield $80 great condition, near new, very light use, some scuff marks.

Other items for sale:
SWISSBALLS/FITBALLS - currently deflated (popular brand)
55cm - $28 (1 available)
65cm - $35 (4 available)
75cm - $40 (1 available, new, unused)

Hula hoops $3 each (8 available)

Kettlebells - GoFit brand 15lb $30, 20lb $40 (red and blue vinyl cover)


To pick up equipment or to arrange payment please contact me on: or sms only 0490022888.

Payment will be accepted as cash or cheque at pickup.

Tuesday, November 29, 2011

WholyFit Christian Devotional Exercise - in Canberra Australia December 2011

First class to be offered in Australia
Free Class Demonstration
Tuesday 5.30-6.30pm Class demonstration, 6.30-7pm discussion about WholyFit and classes for next year.
Flexible 4 Life studio, Canberra Christian Life Centre, 46 Lhotsky St, Charnwood ACT
Instructor: Tamra Wilson, WholyFit Gold Certified Instructor and Flexible 4 Life founder.
What to bring: a sticky mat is essential, we have a few available but there won't be enough for everyone.

Who is a WholyFit class for?
Essentially WholyFit whole body power is a flexibility and strength class for the general population including those who are regular exercisers.
It is a Christian ALTERNATIVE to yoga NOT Christian yoga.

What makes WholyFit a Christian program?
WholyFit classes combine worshipful postures and movement with the Word of God and worship of God the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Christian worship music is played and it is a very uplifting class.

Does WholyFit incorporate meditation?
WholyFit classes consist of the following:
Warm-up (postures around a theme scripture) to prepare joints and muscles for more challenging exercises and to memorise a specific scripture.
Standing  exercises to increase stamina and joint stability, promote muscle tone and strength.
Balance  as the name suggests your balance will be challenged to promote falls prevention and improve overall balance.
Matwork exercises performed on the floor which has a different focus to the rest of class.
Meditation This is how meditation was always supposed to be, full relaxation and time to focus on our Lord Jesus and His love for us through His word (the Bible), worship music and prayer is always an option.
As you work your body hard you will receive great benefits from taking time out to allow your body to repair and recover.

Why should every Christian try a WholyFit class?
Every Christian could use more time to focus on our Lord and most people can certainly use more exercise, this is a great class to build a firm foundation of strength and joint stability before trying other types of exercise. It is also a great life long practice to undertake alongside your walk with Jesus Christ our Lord and saviour.


Come along and be part of what the Lord wants to do through righteousness and peace through biblically sound exercise practice.

Tuesday, August 2, 2011

How to get results from your regular walking routine

Do you like to get into the outdoors for regular exercise?  So do I.

The good news is that while regular, sustained walking and jogging may do little to prepare your heart for sudden onset of stress you can make a few small changes to turn walking into a calorie burning, strength building training session that will strengthen your heart and prepare you for any stressful situation (without the increased risk of heart complications.

Try some of the following:

  • carry some light weights: you may also do some upper body exercises as a break now and then. Make sure you incorporate some shoulder blade squeezes to improve posture.
  • of course walk hills but best of all find some steep hills and walk as much of them as you can without pain in knees or a stooped posture. Your legs should do all the work not your back.
  • put light weights on your ankles or anywhere you feel comfortable, including a good backpack (with hip support).
What all of this does is build muscle, stimulate growth hormone which in turn increase your metabolism.

Remember this: consistency is key, do it often if not daily even if only a small amount and in time you'll see results that will last.

WholyFit Christian Devotional Exercise

At long last I have found a wonderful group of people who offer high quality group exercise designed as an alternative to Yoga.

So what is WholyFit?
WholyFit is a Flexibility and Strength class designed to flow and be similar to a slow dance or in general terms flow between postures and exercises.

WholyFit professes that its better that yoga?  
Well in my opinion it is. The reason is that as Christians we need to take care of the spiritual side of our life and yoga not only opposes what the bible says but it can be potentially dangerous in the hands of some instructors and those who don't understand what their body can and can't do.

How are WholyFit postures different?
Every posture or exercise is designed with functional movement in mind which means it strengthens you for the daily demands of life. Also each posture is assessed for safety and whether there can be a safer alternative performed to meet the same goal or outcome.

How can exercise be devotional?
During WholyFit classes we play inspirational Christian music either instrumental or worship style and instructors also declare the word of God throughout class. We open a class and close a class in prayer and the postures are names with biblical names. Often postures include hands turned up to the Lord Jesus Christ in open worship of Him.

Who can do WholyFit classes?
WholyFit classes are for everyone! Each posture has layer 1,2,3 so everyone can be challenged but still train with perfect form. There are also more challenging versions of each posture taught in workshops.
WholyFit also offers chair classes for those who can't stand for long periods of time.

WholyFit offers training in many different areas of exercise and requires a high standard in physical and spiritual aspects of everyone.

For more information see:

While WholyFit commenced in the USA and is based in the states I will be bringing WholyFit to Australia and in time there will be many classes available as well as their top quality DVD's for regular home practice.

I will commence classes late 2011 or 2012 at the Flexible 4 Life studio, Canberra Christian Life Centre, 46 Lhotsky St, Charnwood ACT.
I also plan to offer online classes for those too far away to attend classes.

Monday, June 13, 2011

WholyFit classes at Celebration Church

Class commenced tonight at 6.15pm with 3 eager participants. All made it through the class and the permanent time will be 6.15-7.15pm.

We discussed the idea of various workshops and Zumba classes through out the summer and I will be scheduling some of these sessions for Saturdays as well as evenings if in my home.
Topics may include:

  • Functional exercise - how to perform basic movements to keep you strong and healthy.
  • Joint health exercise.
  • resistance training without equipment or using weights, resistance bands and items around your home.
  • Zumba - for everyone, not limited to the fit, experienced dancer etc.
  • Kettlebell, boxing, circuit

Learn how to maintain a healthy lifestyle for the long term and take others with you on the journey.  Also see Good 4 U Health and Wellness ministry facebook page to encourage and inform you on the things you need to learn about.

See you at class.

Posting in June - what's next!

I've had some requests for some shoulder specific exercises so in the coming weeks of June i'll be including shoulder exercises that improve posture, reduce pain and help to manage pain due to everyday stress.

If you have other interests or suggestions please post here or email me directly or via the website.

Thursday, May 5, 2011

How to exercise anywhere

The latest research shows that you can get all the exercise you need in small bursts; e.g. 10 mins x 3 per day or even shorter duration if you add high intensity bursts. But if you aren't exercising regularly and want to maintain your exercise long term try to incorporate some of the following:

Think of all those times in the day when you are potentially wasting valuable exercise time.

  • microwave is on for 2 minutes or more
  • watching food at the stove
  • walking at a leisurely pace in the shops or in the carpark etc.
  • the famous one - the ads on TV
The opportunities to exercise are endless, you just need a trigger or reminder to do some type of exercise.

Try adding 5 mins extra exercise to your day using the above times to do a few more exercises.
Also remember that sitting on the floor can be quite a challenge in itself so give the couch a break and try just sitting on the floor for 5 or 10 mins of your favourite TV show, you'll be amazed.