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TRAINING | Progressive Overload

The importance of progressive overload   Progressive overload (PO) is defined as ‘the gradual increase of stress placed upon the body during exercise/training’.   Hopefully, if you are reading this blog then you will have a basic understanding of what this means...

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FLEXIBLE DIETING | Macronutrient Misconceptions

We hear so many contradicting things about the macronutrients, it’s no wonder people are so confused. Alcohol is also a macronutrient, but we won't be covering that in this blog. The fact that many people would prevent their clients from eating any foods from one...

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TRAINING | Progressive Overload

The importance of progressive overload   Progressive overload (PO) is defined as ‘the gradual increase of stress placed upon the body during exercise/training’.   Hopefully, if you are reading this blog then you will have a basic understanding of what this means...

read more

FLEXIBLE DIETING | Macronutrient Misconceptions

We hear so many contradicting things about the macronutrients, it’s no wonder people are so confused. Alcohol is also a macronutrient, but we won't be covering that in this blog. The fact that many people would prevent their clients from eating any foods from one...

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FLEXIBLE DIETING | Metabolic Myths

The metabolism. The scape goat. The fat burner. The thing we need to “boost”. Hmmm. Here are some common myths, you have no doubt heard, once or twice. 1. Julie does not have a slow metabolism. She has biscuit tin raiding fingers. People often blame their slow...

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BODYBUILDING | Does flexible dieting work

This is how I got into shape for a bodybuilding show over the last 9 months using flexible dieting. It’s definitely possible but it’s not all pop tarts and eating whatever you want....read on to find out more. Pre-Prep (16 weeks) I started my diet in August last year...

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HYPERTROPHY | Boulder Shoulders

What’s the first thing you notice when you see someone rocking a vest?   You may say arms but for many people, having wide shoulders and popping delts is a real goal when training in the gym, and rightly so.   Your deltoids are made up of three sections; the...

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HYPERTROPHY | Nasty Quad finishers

Leg day sends a shiver down most people’s spine. The combination of larger muscle groups, more load, a larger sense of fatigue and losing the ability to walk for the next few days are just a few things that may go through people’s heads. However, all joking aside…...

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