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PROGRESS & CONSISTENCY

For me, progress and consistency go hand in hand. You can’t have one without the other. If you’re not making the progress you want to get closer to your goals

HOW TO IMPROVE YOUR SQUAT

I like to think of strength training as problem solving. Looking at what’s worked in the past, what hasn’t worked and then looking how to improve going forward. By reviewing

3 QUESTIONS TO ASK TO IMPROVE ANY MEAL

When I first start working with clients and get talking about nutrition, common questions I get asked is ‘where should I start?’ and ‘what should I be eating?’. My answer

WE ARE LIVE!!!

One of my goals for 2021 was to produce more blog content. However, every time I have sat down to type something, the words have just escaped me. So, therefore,

Are You Losing Weight Too Fast?

In a world where you can get nearly anything you want with a click of a button and it be at your home within 24hours, it’s no surprise that people

Foam Rolling: The Facts

In most gyms today you’ll find people walking in and grabbing a foam roller, plonking themselves down on the floor and start foam rolling before their training. I know I

4 Muscle Building Myths

I’m still surprised when people come into the gym and tell me some of the information and advice they have been given. Especially if this is influencing how they go

Clearing Up Cardio

When it comes to cardio there always seems to be an air of confusion, and that’s understandable. There’s so much conflicting information out there of what the best cardio is

Loaded Carries For The Win

I like loaded carries. They’re easy to do and for me, should be a staple of any programme, much like pushing, pulling, squatting and hinging. That’s why I use them

Girls, Get Strong

There seems to be an opinion among certain people that women shouldn’t be doing strength training. This makes me very sad. It seems to be the general consensus that to

6 Tips For Injury Prevention

People who stay injury free when training don’t get injured just by luck. They make a conscious effort to make the right decisions so that they don’t get injured. In

Overtrained or Overtaxed?

Day after day you’re smashing yourself in the gym and training harder than anyone else you see. Afterwards you’re feeling sore, mentally exhausted for most of the day and your

Your Guide To Bi’s & Tri’s

Everyone loves to finish their workout with a little bit of a gun show. Get your arms pumped and walk out the gym looking like Thor. However, does that ever

5 Tips To Get Your Glutes Firing

If you have weak glutes, your squat and deadlift are going to suffer. How do you know if you have weak glutes? Have a look at this list below and

Put The Power Back Into Powerlifting

Being strong and lifting heavy is all well and good, but you’re missing a trick if you’re not adding power exercises into your training. Why you should add power exercises

Built To Squat

Do you ever feel that however much you squat, you just can’t nail proper technique? Have you ever looked around the gym and there’s always that one person who seems

The Powerlifters Off Season

Like most powerlifters, anything over 3 reps and I’m buggered. Lift heavy and then have a good lie down has made up the majority of my training leading up to

Fat Loss Training Made Simple

Training for fat loss shouldn’t be a short term goal. It shouldn’t be a case where you work hard to lose some body fat and then three months down the

You Can’t Cheat a Cheat Meal

For anyone that knows me, I like my food. Having a mother that worked in a bakery throughout my school days, I’m all for cheat meals and treats (that’s why

The Lifters Handbook

Whenever rules and regulations get mentioned, I always feel the need to rebel. If someone says you can’t have that, or you can’t do that, it’s human instinct to do

“Strong people are harder to kill than weak people and more useful in general.”

Mark Rippetoe

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