- Gary Egger - Lifestyle Medicine
Dr. Garry Egger has qualifications in behavioural biology and epidemiology. He has worked in public, corporate, and clinical health for over 4 decades. He is the author of 30 books (including five texts), nearly 200 peer-reviewed scientific and research articles, and numerous popular media articles on health and fitness. He is an Adjunct Professor of Health and Human Sciences at Southern Cross University and an Advisor to the World Health Organisation and several government and corporate bodies in chronic disease prevention. In the 1990s, Dr. Egger initiated the GutBusters men’s waist loss program, the first of its kind in the world. He started training programs for fitness leaders in Australia in 1982, was one of the initiators of the Australian Lifestyle Medicine Association (ALMA) in 2008. He now runs continuing professional development courses in Lifestyle Medicine for doctors and allied health professionals around Australia and the Pacific. Together with Professor John Stevens and Professor John Dixon from the Baker IDI, he began testing the idea of Shared Medical Appointments (SMAs) in Australian Primary Care Centres in 2013 in order to increase efficiencies and outcomes in chronic disease management. Dr. Egger received an Order of Australia Medal for his services to medical education and health promotion in 2012. His recent interests and publications concern the links between lifestyle, obesity, chronic disease, climate change, and economic growth.34m | Apr 19, 2021
- Steven Gamble - Man Anchor
Steve is the founder of Man Anchor and created it in May 2017 with the hope to promote positive change in the way men address health and in particular mental health. Over the years Man Anchor has grown into a movement that supports both male and female mental wellbeing through education and awareness.
"We believe that through our education and awareness programs we can empower the community to create positive change and a sustainable model to support the wellbeing of our friends, family, and the wider community".
“I believe knowing the signs of a mental health disorder like depression is just as important as knowing resuscitation.40m | Mar 24, 2021
- Kaamaman Intro
Hello and welcome to Kaamaman!!
I hope that this journey that I am taking will help you understand a little more about yourself as I endeavour to keep learning about myself and how I can become a better person both physically and spiritually!!11m | Mar 9, 2021
- Paul Walton - Be Athletic
Paul Walton is a veteran in the fitness space with over 10 years of experience. He and his business partner have 2 gyms in Sydney and have experienced the highs and lows of running a business.
A few gems I got out of this sit down with Paul were:
38m | Mar 8, 2021
- The community is one of if not the most important parts of owning a gym.
- Purchasing the premise was one of the best decisions they made.
- Do what you love!