The question American kettlebell swing or Russian kettlebell swing? Has raged in kettlebell circles for years. There’s an ongoing argument over which is best and why. The truth is, it’ll NEVER be settled. I’ver attended … Continue reading American Kettlebell Swing or Russian Kettlebell Swing? Which is Best?
Exercise & Health
Zone 2 cardio is a relatively recent addition to the general fitness lexicon. It has been around forever, but like many things it wasn’t given any attention until somebody ‘named’ it. In this guide to … Continue reading Everything You Need to Know About Zone 2 Cardio
Farmers walks and loaded carries are some of the most effective exercises you can include in your workouts. As a bang for your buck exercise, there are few that match them for effectiveness, safety and … Continue reading Farmers Walks and Loaded Carries – 12 Variations to Upgrade Your Workouts
Exercise is good for you. In fact, doctors and health professionals have been recommending physical activity as a way to maintain good health for years. But what if you can’t exercise due to an injury … Continue reading Injuries That Affect Your Fitness Routine: Here’s Why You Need a Lawyer
If you’re bulking, you know that the bulking phase is the most fun. You get to eat all of the food, and you can really pack on the muscle. But what should you be eating … Continue reading The Bulking Phase Is The Most Fun And Here Are Some Food Ideas To Enjoy
High rep weight training suffers a bad rap in muscle building circles. We automatically assume that hypertrophy comes from heavier weights, but I believe there’s a rock solid case for adding high rep weight training … Continue reading High Rep Weight Training (and why it’s great for building muscle)
The tire flip is an incredible exercise. I know I’m hardly new to the party on this one, but in my workout today I performed a bunch of tire flips and it really hit home … Continue reading 5 Reasons why the Tire Flip Needs to be a Big Part of Your Workouts…
If you’re in the fat loss industry (or even interested in fat loss), you may be familiar with the term NEAT, which is an acronym of ‘Non-Exercise Activity Thermogenesis’. In this article we’re going to … Continue reading Does Walking Increase NEAT (Non-Exercise Activity Thermogenesis)?
core training principles
Prowlers are one of the best and most versatile bits of training kit you can use. The problem is, most people only push them. Whilst this is a great workout in its own right, there’s … Continue reading 10 Prowler Workout Ideas to Burn Fat and Improve Your Conditioning… FAST!
Training after lockdown will be… interesting. When the lockdown ends and the gyms re-open, there’ll be a rush back like never before. The gyms near me won’t be busy… they’ll be January rush ON SPEED … Continue reading Training After Lockdown – What You Need to Do…
I’ve been thinking about writing this article about home workouts during a lockdown for a while, but I wanted to approach it in a way that worked for all. I’m a personal trainer, so I’ve … Continue reading Home Workouts During a Lockdown – The Complete Guide
How To Train For Tough Mudder – By Someone Who Has Done it! It’s that time of year again – Tough Mudder! For the last 3 years I’ve entered the event and I’m going to … Continue reading How to train for Tough Mudder – With FREE Training Guide
I’ll let you into a little secret – I hate running. I can’t think of much more boring than running on a treadmill for over 20 minutes or going for a jog in the cold … Continue reading How to do Cardio When You Hate Running
What’s an EMOM?! How do I do an EMOM?! If you’ve never done or even heard of EMOM’s, you’re possibly missing out on one of the most effective ways of building intensity and volume into … Continue reading What’s an EMOM and How Do You Add it Workouts?