June 2020 // Archive

Date based archive
30 Jun
Introduction to the Infrasternal Angle Firstly, i have to give credit to Bill Hartman, Zac Cupples & Katie StClaire who have all been influential in my understanding of this. They have some great stuff on this topic. The infrasternal angle is something that we can use to help inform our  decisions on exercise choices. We […]
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30 Jun
Function of Fat Cells in Obese vs Lean Individuals Did you know that fat cells operate differently in obese vs lean individuals? This has a huge impact on other systems too including our resistance to diseases such as type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease. Inflammatory markers increase as we get fatter and our ability to […]
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29 Jun
Resistance – Moment Arm / Force Angles / Lever Arm The weight does not dictate directly the resistance. The weight is only half of the problem. The resistance is determined by the moment arm & force angle. 20Kg weight does not = 20kg resistance. It CAN but it doesn’t always. We can manipulate this to […]
29 Jun
Relative Energy Deficiency / Low Energy Availability RED-S is the abbreviation for Relative Energy Deficiency Syndrome and is an issue still very prevalent in sport and fitness. Females are affected more than males due to their physiology but males are still included in those affected by this continued restriction of energy intake relative to our […]
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08 Jun
Mick Blythe – Determining the Complexity of Exercise Choices Mick takes us through a lecture on exercise complexity and the levels of preparedness required for long term success in training. Many people have different degrees of skill and they may need progression or regression so that we can meet them where they are. Not everybody […]
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