November 2019 // Archive

Date based archive
25 Nov
Stress is an absolutely huge topic to discuss. My goal here though is to keep this relevant and concise whilst also touching on many of the ways you can expect stress to affect you in your life and especially in relation to your health and fitness goals. So first thing’s first – what even IS […]
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22 Nov
  What supplements should i take?!   This section is going to be a bigger one, so I will likely have to break this down into lots of sections and explain the bits for each one.   I use several very good sources of information when obtaining my standpoint on certain supplements. One source is […]
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22 Nov
Beta Alanine This is a popular supplement in the bodybuilding world and in sport in general, and to an extent, rightly so. It does have some cool benefits when used in the right context! Beta-alanine is the building block of carnosine, in combination with a molecule called histidine it forms the dipeptide carnosine, a molecule […]
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20 Nov
How many grams of carbs do i need per day?   How many grams of carbs per day do i need to be eating is another very common question and one that is hugely influenced by your total daily energy expenditure. The more exercise an individual undergoes, the higher the requirement for carbohydrates may be, […]
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20 Nov
How much protein do i need   This is a very common question amongst gym goers and even just general population folk whether they are interested in the gym or not.   The answer isn’t black and white because, you guessed it, it depends. We need different amounts of protein depending on what we need […]
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20 Nov
INSULIN SENSITIVITY: A DEFINITIVE GUIDE FOR MUSCLE BUILDING AND FAT LOSS. Insulin is a much talked about hormone in the realms of health and fitness. For some   insulin has been branded as the key to muscle growth, for others it is lauded as the key to fat loss. The reality, as with most things […]
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20 Nov
  The Reverse Upright Row with a backwards band application. So what is happening here essentially is as we lift the bar behind our backs the higher we go the more demand there is for internal rotation. Most people suck at internally rotating. So you may want to try this and see if this helps. […]
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20 Nov
This exercise is designed to challenge your rotational stability within your shoulder. All of the little muscles that are responsible for stabilising your shoulder blades will be challenged here! The goal is to rotate the elbow away from ourselves as we press the kettlebell overhead, and then to rotate the elbow back towards ourselves as […]
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18 Nov
So firstly some of you ho follow me will likely be thinking... What? You said bands weren't a good tool for applying to rotator cuff exercises because of their increasing resistance as the band stretches!? That would be correct, now, as you might have guessed this is different. After all i'm always for sharing the situations that do not fit my paradigm or general statements, because of course context is everything.
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18 Nov
This exercise is for the Hip Flexors, and in particular we are creating a challenge for them in their lengthened position. This is a very common position for people to have weakness in regards to their hip flexors, so guess what they likely need to do? Strengthen them in their lengthened position. Guess what this exercise is designed to do? Yep.
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