We moved offices recently and the space is really sort of cavernous. It’s such a steal it was hard to turn down but creating a comfortable environment to spend so much time has been an uphill battle.
Every year around this time we start getting new bikes coming into the shop without always the space to put them. We have big sales and try to move all the old stock but it’s obviously pretty essential to have somewhere safe and secure to store bikes off site. Some people are lucky and have a massive warehouse but we’re pretty tight on space which is just the price you pay for being a small operation in the inner city. Some of our bikes retail at over 10k so it’s fair to say we need to feel comfortable about where we store them.
Guardian Storage have been great over the last few years for storage in Melbourne. They give us the confidence to leave a stack of bikes there for as long as we need to and know that everything will always be exactly how we left it. The peace of mind is indispensible.
One of the biggest training tips that my personal trainer gives me is having the correct posture when going through our workout regime. If you have incorrect posture not only are you not doing your exercises properly but you are putting unnecessary strain on your neck shoulders and back. A recumbent exercise bike will alleviate the stress from poor posture.
A Recumbent exercise bike differs from the average gym bike in that it has extra back support attached to the bike seat. You are able to relax back in to the seat whilst you pedal which can aid in correcting bad posture or relieving tension from those with chronic neck and back pain.
For a great selection of recumbent exercise bikes check out Lifespanfitness recumbent exercise bikes for the best prices around.
I’m a notoriously bad sleeper and have been ever since I was a kid. When things got really bad I used to take all sorts of nasty stuff to help get a good nights rest but I know I wasn’t doing myself any favours. The right approach can help correct your body’s natural tendencies and create a better condition for sleeping. There are still psychological and behavioural factors as well of course, but that’s another story.
One of the funniest things about life is that the older you get the more willing you are to admit that you don’t know everything. Driving is something that every new permit holder thinks that they are great at but it’s only with years of experience that you realise that you were probably once a danger on the roads.
So your kid has finally got a learner’s permit and they are nagging you every day to take them driving and sign their log books. Some parents may think that 120 hours clocked up on the roads is unnecessary and are happy to sign false supervised entries in their kids log books.