Lose weight and HELP save your health!…

We all know how important exercise is for losing weight, toning up, giving yourself more energy and staying generally healthy. We also know how many people are not doing this, not just here in Australia, but around the western world – look at the obesity rates, its scary stuff. read more…

Research Round-Up, How Ian ‘C’s It!

It really is quite frustrating when reading all these new ‘studies’ that are released each week, in trying to actually understand what they are saying! lets go through a few and try to digest them!


One being touted in the media this week is regarding Ageing and Lifestyle – from chemists at the Australian National University & is something most of us are interested in though something that affects us in different ways… and not just because of our genes. Some of us (especially if you’re from Hollywood) seem to be able to age VERY gracefully (others not so). Have Joan Rivers, Raquel Welch and Joan Collins aged naturally – I think not, they are all in their 70’s & looking fabulous (in make-up anyway!) However, these days procedures such as Botox are about as common as going to see the Dentist! to stay young, press here…

Pics from Balmoral Swim for Charity – Great Day!

SO, Sunday came finally, I had been quite nervous as it got closer as I thought I hadn’t done enough training for the 1km ocean swim! It was a glorious day in Sydney and the beach and ocean looked beautiful – you can’t beat Sydney Harbour on a sunny day!

At first I was quite relieved as the buoys didn’t look that far into the ocean…all was well until about half an hour later when they brought out the other two and placed them far in the distance – my heart sank and the nerves came back!

10.21am We start…. we run into the water….we swim….into each other! It was really very difficult trying to avoid all the arms and legs of all the other competitors, though we soon started to go at our own pace and spread out. I was ok till half way, then I think all the water  was swallowing started having an effect!

But I was determined to finish, so I just focused on the next buoy as if it were the last, then once past it went onto the next one – looking back it really was like all challenges, you need to have short term goals which are attainable to get to your long term goals…

10.52am – I finish! thank heavens….the run up the beach was a killer though as my legs were cramping, but it felt so good to finish. I got straight to the BioCeuticlas table and got my fix of Ultra Muscleze (to help with the cramps) and Ultra PotentC – I recovered very quickly and half an hour later found myself in the 4×4 100m relay.

We didn’t do so well in this one and in fact one of our team members collapsed after the race (he’s ok now), but it shows that you really need to train before taking on a big exercise challenge, especially if its a sport or activity you’re not used to doing. So I always recommend you ease into any exercise program, let your body adapt…and you’ll get the results you want.

BioCeuticals’ Michael with some young supporters

The BC team show of their best assets!

Channel 10 Celebrity reporter Angela Bishop interviews BioCeuticals

The oldest competitor was an amazing 90 years young!

Me! – heading off to the start line.

Thank you to all who supported both myself & BioCeuticals (the major sponsor of the event) – a lot of money was raised for this great charity!