The Toa Oranga Tinana kaumātua group have successfully won their bid to host next year's national Kaumātua Olympics in Rotorua. Speaking on behalf of her group, Laurie Morrison says after securing the rights to host next year's event they are looking forward to catering to the more than 300 elderly people who are expected to attend.
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Episode 20- Kai Ora
Wairangi Koopu is in the kauta for our Kai Ora nutrition segment and he’s making a chicken bone broth!
Episode 20- Wairangi Koopu
Former league star and TV presenter Wairangi Koopu is back in the whare with another high intensity cross-fit and core strength workout. Warning, it’s not for the faint hearted!
Episode 19- Ngarama Milner-Olsen
Get your personal training tips from triathlete Ngarama Milner-Olsen. Today’s routines are medium impact and great to get you back in shape.
Episode 18- Kai Ora
Our personal trainer Ngarama Milner Olsen is back in the kitchen with steamed mussels.
Episode 18- Jo Apanui
Get your Hula on with Hula Swag Fitness Poly Stylz! Jo Apanui and the hula girls show Amiria how to swing her hips and get the body moving.
Episode 17- Kai Ora
Join us in the kitchen for a healthy burrito.
Episode 17- Norm & Arlene
Time to work out with your whānau! Aerobics champion Arlene Thomas-Hewitt rounds up Norm and their two children Lizzy and Alex for a dance routine to get you back into fitness, followed by a healthy burrito snack.
Episode 16- Kai Ora
Māori Chef and Forager Charles Royal makes Gluten-free Soda Bread with Piko Piko.
Episode 16- Jamus Webster
Māori Weaponry expert Jamus Webster shows Amiria how to workout using the tiaha using tips from our tupuna to test your co-ordination and get ready for competition.