Do you even deserve a deload?

Do you even deserve a deload?

In this blog I am going to delve into deloads, whether people train hard enough and if in fact tools like RPE and RTF can be useful. After reading this blog I hope you’ll have a clearer understanding of what deloads are and how you can best use them, as well as how to...
Are you training properly?

Are you training properly?

In this blog I am going to discuss how you can look at your own training in the gym with an honest eye to help you get the best results possible. Turning up to the gym and training isn’t enough. You need to train with correct form, tempo, intensity and activate the...

The Gym Goers Christmas Wish List

The Gym Goers Christmas Wish List With December upon us the long and all consuming task of Christmas shopping for friends and family has begun. For family or partners who love the gym it can be a hard task finding the perfect gift, however don’t fret as Team Box...
TRAINING | Progressive Overload

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...

Up Your Game

What I’ve learnt from training with the lads … By Laura Baker This offseason I’ve been lucky enough to train with coaches Dan Meek & Stephen Box. Training with the lads has led me to make a few observations in the way their training differs to that of...

How to train when dieting

You’ve decided it’s time to get leaner. You know what you need to do to diet (hopefully): Cut calories Oh god! The dreaded calorie cut. But it’s cool, you know it’s what you need to do to see how your physique has progressed and to see those abs So when it comes to...