Happywhenfit Youth Health Ambassadors of the year, Cory Crombie and Mikayla WilliamsRead More
Australian cricket legend Brett Lee is in full support of the Happywhenfit Youth Health Awards and believes they could help change the lives of young people across AustraliaRead More
Empowering the future generation to challenge disposable cultural attitudesRead More
It’s the start of another school year and for teachers, students, parents and families, there is a lot of pressure to get back into healthy routines after the holiday season. Study, work, sleep, nutrition, exercise and planning of any sort can go out the window with the freedom of time that holidays bring. Whilst that time is so important to connect with family and friends and enjoy just ‘being’, it does make getting back into daily patterns challenging. Here are some Happywhenfit Tips to get you ready for the start of a new school year:Read More
After 12 months of working with my local Bunbury council and community I have succeeded in gaining support and approval to implement recognised annual Youth Health Awards! The awards will be rolled out over a 12 month period, beginning with the Happywhenfit Youth Health Ambassador Award which will recognise a young female and male aged between 12-18 years, demonstrating outstanding personal health commitment by combining a variety of fitness, nutrition and mental health promoting behaviours for a holistic picture of wellbeing. They are a positive role model to other young people, actively living, promoting and raising awareness around a healthy lifestyle. It is a young person committed to their own personal growth who demonstrates this by continually working towards goals that improve their health outcomes.Those chosen will act as Health Ambassadors in our South-West community for 2019 and present the following years chosen ambassadors with their award.