Ludi Wiggins, Author at Mind and Body Blitz

Ludi Wiggins

August 12, 2017

Fig and Banana Bread

I’ve seen a few recipes floating around for a grain free/paleo version of Banana Bread and a lot of them include nuts, which is awesome, but doesn’t make for good lunch box versions of the original… (I’m  not sure about other schools, but ours is definitely nut free) Which is […]
August 1, 2017

I love my Slow Cooker…

I LOVE my slow cooker… it is a LIFE saver… ok that might be an overreaction, but honestly it saves me time, money & stress. I have A LOT of slow cooker recipes in my MBB programs… butter chicken, tiki masala, chilli con carne to name a few and my […]
July 17, 2017

It’s ALL about the Pulse

Long lean muscles? Yes please… Enter, Pulsing……It’s a barre and ballet technique used to build, long, lean muscles and will help take your no equipment training to a new level……pulses or small isometric movements, are a great way to increase muscle endurance and get a toned look without weight training […]
July 17, 2017

Spinach & Cheese Pockets

We go to Lebanese bakeries a lot. The other day after we had taken a long drive and my kids were hungry. (read: whingeing, low blood sugar and HANGRY) I gave them a choice of chips (from the dreaded big M, please don’t judge me) or Spinach Triangles from A1 Bakery […]
May 22, 2017

Lemon & Berry Cheesecake Bites

It was school closure day last week, so little miss 6 and I decided to make these little cheesecake bites… little did we know that the recipe required soaking the nuts over night. So it was postponed – but that was seriously the HARDEST part of the recipe… The inspiration […]
March 13, 2017

Why I’ll Never Count Calories or Measure Macros: And My Top Tips For Sculpting Your Body

Let’s talk nutrition – it’s such a huge focus for me when working with people, because honestly, if you’re looking to make changes to your body with a fitness regime ONLY, I’ll tell you now, you are going to be HIGHLY disappointed. When coaching a new client that either wants […]
July 10, 2016

Finding your WHY

Let’s talk about motivation. Summer is over (in this hemisphere at least!) Your mood is low, daylight savings is ending soon and you’re in a slump. You know what you SHOULD be doing, but for some reason you don’t know where to start. You need to take action, but you just can’t […]
June 15, 2016

Lemon Bars

Citrus fruits are generally available all year around in Australia, but with the cooler weather well and truly here, it doesn’t hurt to up the ante with all things lemon, lime and citrus fruits given their immune boosting benefits and high antioxidant activity. I found this recipe from The Organic […]
April 4, 2016

12 Tips to Manage Night Time Snacking…

Witching hour done, kids in bed, kitchen cleaned, on the couch settling in for the night and you feel a bit peckish. Or looooong day at work, finally at home, shoes kicked off and finally eating for the day. Night time snacking can often feel like a reward after a […]
March 8, 2016

Coconut Chicken Strips with Mango Salsa

35 degrees in Melbourne in March! We’ve been so lucky on this side of the hemisphere with weather this year. So I’m relishing the lightness of this meal – really tastes like summer. And making the most of mango’s while they are still in season. Gluten free, Dairy free, Grain Free. […]
January 9, 2016

Cacao Chia Pudding

Breakfast, lunch, dessert, snack or anything in between… This is my absolute go to when eggs just won’t cut it… So easy. Nutritious, delicious & indulgent… What you’ll need: 1/2 cup white chia seeds 1 1/4 cup of almond milk (carrageenan free – or milk of choice) Fruit puree (I […]
December 15, 2015

Christmas Holiday Survival Guide – including travel workouts!

Did you know the average Australian gains 3kg over the holiday period? Don’t become a statistic this year! Whilst it’s ok to “let go” over Christmas, follow these simple guidelines to ensure you come out the other end without too much damage to your health and fitness journey! Whether you […]