Running from ovarian cancer
When Andrea Ibbott was diagnosed with cancer in 2015, her doctor’s advice was to keep running, here’s why.
Andrea Ibbott, of Kiewa Valley, in North East ...
I joined Step into Life in November 2015 and my main goal was to lose weight.
I'm proud of discovering that I have true grit, I don’t make excuses anymore, and I love giving training my all. Plus, I am so proud to be running six
kilometers now without stopping – something I didn’t think would be possible when I started.
I have three children and find...
"There was a strong family history of people not making it to 60. I recently had a full fitness assessment and my body metabolic range is 41. So I’ve added
15 years to my life expectancy. " *
"I originally joined Step into Life to participate in some fitness activities with my wife. We contacted Dean Horner at Step into Life Buderim and went
down for our first session, which was a cardiomax class. Over the years I have really enjoyed the huge variety of activities as well as the social
aspect of training with Step into Life.*
However, poor food choices impacted gr...
Lisa’s journey with Step into Life started five years ago, and has helped her create Healthy Mumma after struggling to fall pregnant due to her weight, Lisa was able to train to achieve her goal. As a busy mum of two, Lisa has produced an e-book full of healthy recipes the whole family will enjoy.
"The fact we’re in the middle of Winter and I’m in sunshine. And that community feel you get with it that drives you to keeping coming back. " *
"I think they make every session, a memorable session. We have fun, we laugh, we sweat altogether. We share each other’s joys, our ups and our downs, it’s
a big happy family!" *