The Corona virus has changed all of us in one way or another.  For some, this will be a year of inconvenience and interruptions. For a lot of us however, this will be a life altering experience.  With Stage 4 … Readmore

_________________________________________________________________ Cardio: Check all of your treadmills, cross-trainers, bikes and rowers.    Dead batteries are common, especially after a long time after use. Now could be the time to get things like torn upholstery or worn bike seats replaced. Strength: check to see if all … Readmore

Hard work is so 1990s… I mean, don’t get me wrong, nothing happens until you work hard but banging your head against the wall in the name of hard work just doesn’t cut it anymore. It leads to stress, overwhelm, … Readmore

Guest speaker, Dr. Tania (Chinese Medicine) of Bnourishd. One of the things about chasing success and making your dreams come true is the inevitable hustle, the grind that you need to go through. While it is important to work hard for … Readmore

There may not be an obvious link between sleep deprivation and your weight, but more and more research is showing just how important sleep is for your mood, mental performance, overall health and wellness, and especially when it comes to … Readmore

By Refersion Customer Success Collaborator July 27, 2019 There are so many nutrients that you need for overall health. Vitamins, minerals, probiotics, and essential fats, just to name a few.  But which ones are the most important for your brain? Which … Readmore

Here’s a short little test to see if you’re running around with too much stress. Apparently, it’s easy to miss our own signs of stress because we always have that ‘I-should-be-doing-more’ voice in our heads. This simple test clears everything … Readmore

What do you think of when you think of Offices? Paper, chairs, the colour white, sneezing and white shirts- plenty of white shirts.  What about a gym? Weights, Cardio machines, grunting men…probably not. Leaders in the workplace have great opportunities … Readmore

A published Vitamin D guest blog written by Dr. Tania (Chinese Medicine) of Bnourishd. Vitamin D is an essential fat-soluble vitamin. It’s sometimes called the “sunshine vitamin” because our skin makes it when exposed to the sun. It’s also the … Readmore



Knee problems are common. Playing sport, general wear and tear and aging are the most common sources of knee problems seen in practices across Australia. While circumstances, age and body factors determine different factors, the overarching goal is all the … Readmore

Motivation is a fleeting momentary fluctuation of emotion directed towards something that one wants to endeavor. What’s the key word in all this? Momentary. Because that’s what motivation is, momentary. Motivation isn’t enough to get you the results you need. … Readmore

There’s so many buzzwords flying around the fitness industry right now. This form of training, that form of dieting, and that way of living. It’s confusing, almost intrusive. This blog covers the very basic of terminologies, covering the realm of … Readmore

Stress is inevitable. We all experience it. While the scale of stress varies from one individual to the next, it is important to rationally acknowledge it and deal with it accordingly. This blog aims at simply breaking down the definition … Readmore

Both Upper body and Lower body workout: The great thing about using a rower is the movement involved between the upper and lower body during the exercise. As you start the range of motion you are exerting through your legs … Readmore

Keto diet, what’s all the buzz about? A quick look. The ketogenic diet is an interesting one. It consists of a high fat, low carbohydrate and moderate protein sources in order to achieve the outcome of the body using fat … Readmore

There are many pieces of cardio you can pick from in the gym. But what do you pick? The treadmill? the stepper? The bike? While the elliptical Cross-Trainer is something that is often used a lot, it still goes unforeseen … Readmore

Before getting into the nitty gritty, The first question needs to be asked. When planning or mapping out the business, what did you put down as your core values/beliefs? Living this through how you operate the gym is naturally going … Readmore

Arnold Schwarzenegger. The face of both classic and modern bodybuilding. His influence and reign in the 70’s not only transformed bodybuilding into the mainstream then, but also continues to inspire and shape the fitness and bodybuilding community today. You don’t … Readmore


Nutrient deficiencies are often something that is majorly overlooked by the everyday Joe. Sure, we know how to stay fit, and we know the right foods to eat to stay healthy, but it is often not enough when you are … Readmore


2019 is here. We like to see our customers happy and healthy! This month we encourage you to engage in some sort of physical activity each and every day. Our first example of this is body weight squatting. Now I … Readmore

We all know that exercise is good for us. It’s obvious. But did you know how good it really is for your mental health? This is a subject and topic that has really been brought to the surface through several … Readmore


Weightlifting is good for everyone. But did you know how beneficial it is for older adults? There has been an influx of research conducted and that has proven avoidance of falls, pain management and increase of mental well-being are some … Readmore

Fitness Equipments

Home gyms can be great. No membership fees, no travel time and cost, and no workout gear (you can work out in your underwear duh)  no worrying about capacity or germs (I’m not a germophobe, you are)  and most importantly, no worrying about anyone … Readmore


1) Your dietary needs need to be acknowledged and not ignored anymore. Allergies, or that thing that makes you feel queasy after you’ve eaten it? you should probably stop eating. It’s so easy to ignore these little things, especially if they … Readmore


Commercial gym equipment is expensive. You probably know this. Maybe you can’t afford brand new equipment worth thousands, if not tens of thousands of dollars. Maybe you can, but why would you? Buying refurbished, used second-hand equipment is so close … Readmore

Fitness Equipments

Starting a gym is no easy task. John Gray has been running his business “Gray’s Fitness” for 23 years. Amongst owning and running this business, he has owned four of his own gyms, as well as co-owning and advising for … Readmore


In this the very first installment of the “Health and Fitness Tips and Information” section of the Grays Fitness blog, we touch on a condition which has negatively affected so many people around the world for far too long.


Concept2 Rowers, available now at Grays Fitness.



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