Mobility from an athletic point of view

Mobility from an athletic point of view

01/11/2016

When we talk about mobility it’s important we know exactly what we’re referring to. A very basic definition is; “the ability to move or be moved, freely and easily”.

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Common bulking mistakes

Common bulking mistakes

25/10/2016

As the six pack season comes to an end once again, I feel like it’s an apt time to discuss the topic that is ‘bulking’. If you didn’t manage to sport a six pack this summer, at least you can feel comfortable about not having one now as winter approaches!

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How to sleep better

How to sleep better

18/10/2016

It’s safe to say you’re on the road to making gains, shredding a shed load of fat or whatever else your goal may be then, right? Maybe, maybe not. Sleep could be your missing ingredient.

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5 reasons you don't need a coach

5 reasons you don't need a coach

11/10/2016

What’s the point in getting a coach, they’ll only tell you what you already know, right? You have seen all those documentaries on Netflix and you’ve read a bunch of books including The Primal Blueprint and some really sciencey sounding stuff by Gary Taubes.

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Athleticism - A personal account

Athleticism - A personal account

04/10/2016

With everything we see in the media it seems we only give a shit about what matters on the outside and not so much the inside.

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The role of carbohydrates in female fat loss

The role of carbohydrates in female fat loss

27/09/2016

Yes, carbs are still getting a bad name and there are still too many people under the belief that the way to fat loss is to reduce/ remove carbohydrates from their diet.

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Is the post workout anabolic window really a myth?

Is the post workout anabolic window really a myth?

16/09/2016

Is there actually any legitimacy to the claims of a post workout window of opportunity to maximise recovery and gains?

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Nutrition for team sports

Nutrition for team sports

13/09/2016

Whether you play sport as part of a team or not, the nutrition needed to perform optimally is very much individual and comes down to no one else but yourself to nail it!

Read post Alana McConalogue
The 3,500 calories myth

The 3,500 calories myth

06/09/2016

Regardless of how you spin it, we know that when stripped back to basics, fat loss comes down to consuming fewer calories than you expend.

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How to use your hands to diet

How to use your hands to diet

29/08/2016

When it comes to dieting and losing fat there is no doubt that 24-hour energy balance is the key factor to consider.

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