Gold Coast lifecoach calls time-out on health, launches new strategy for change today

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A Gold Coast lifecoach has declared a time-out on Australian approaches to health and fitness, launching a new strategy for personal wellness today.

Fed up with health and wellness advice that clearly isn’t working, author and entrepeneur Sally Thibault has created the world’s simplest strategy for personal transformation in any area of life.

Sally said her 2&20 Principle, officially launched today with an ebook and guide for all Australians, was proven in her own life - and that of her clients.

“I am calling a time-out - the time is up on old approaches to health and fitness - we aren’t seeing significant, sustainable changes for Australians over the long term,” Ms Thibault said.

“The rate of obesity nationally, for instance, has steadied - but the latest data shows it hasn’t decreased. Too many of us - children and adults - are still overweight or obese.

“We need to help Australians sort through the confusing clutter of health and lifestyle information - to help them make proper decisions for their health and wellbeing that will actually work over time.

“My 2&20 Principle helps Australians commit to sustainable daily habits, making short and long-term change possible.

“I help my clients break down the important aspects of their health, life and career goals into segments of 20 minutes daily, or twice a week, or twice a day.

“The idea is that to lose weight, make a personal emotional change or develop success in your career - creating smaller segments of time you commit to can help you achieve your goal.”

The international podcast host and lifecoach says her 2&20 Principle can be applied to almost every personal goal in any area of life.

The 2&20 Principle is divided into four sections: Health and Wellness, Exercise and Energy, Inner Focus and Spirituality, Productivity and Success.

“If their goal is centered around losing weight or getting fit, I ask my clients to apply 2&20 to their exercise routines - a 20 minute walk, or sessions of 20 x rounds of their favourite exercises, with two rest days per week.

“When it comes to food, my clients try two alcohol-free days each week, two meat-less meals to increase veggie intake, two glasses of water every two hours, or even two ‘anything goes’ cheat meals every week - dependant on their goals and individual health advice.

“When it comes to getting more focused on work - it’s about committing to two hours a day, minimum two days a week - of focused, intentional, uninterrupted work. 

“My clients experiment with two days a week that are creative or administrative-focused, spending only 20 minutes twice a day on social media and using 20 minutes to declutter every day.

“The 2&20 Principle works because it’s easy to commit to. The Queenslanders who have been trialling it often comment on how much extra time they have - and how easy it is to implement and stick to.

“I welcome all Australians to give the 2&20 Principle a go. Call time-out with me! What have you got to lose?”

The 2&20 Principle ebook and guide by Sally Thibault, launched today, is available via http://

Podcast Host and Author of Reclaim You, Sally shares health and lifestyle advice every week, including Facebook Live events, at

More information about Sally Thibault, the Reclaim You podcast and book, is available at


More information about Sally Thibault, the Reclaim You podcast and book, is available at

Katie Clift | International PR Consultant | | | 

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