The rundown on HIIT and LISS

The rundown on HIIT and LISS

23/08/2016

I´m back with my second article for BTN and today I will cover a really interesting and debatable topic – HIIT and LISS.

Read post Viktor Strom
Training principles for building muscle

Training principles for building muscle

15/08/2016

From recreational lifter to professional, strength athlete to bodybuilder, gaining strength and causing muscular hypertrophy are both goals which will be emphasised throughout different parts of a training career.

Read post Ben Coomber
Diet soft drinks – Are they really that bad?

Diet soft drinks – Are they really that bad?

09/08/2016

You can call them fizzy drinks, pop, soda or soft drinks – but whatever you call them, we all know that they’re not exactly classed as 'healthy', right?

Read post Alana McConalogue
Nutrition coaching: Science or art?

Nutrition coaching: Science or art?

02/08/2016

In the world of internet nutrition, there seems to be two sides to the camp: one that propose nutrition coaching is a science, and the other that propose it’s an art.

Read post Ben Coomber
Why Calories do Count

Why Calories do Count

25/07/2016

When it comes to weight management we can be in no doubt that 24hr energy balance is the single most important factor. In other words, if the energy that you absorb from the food you digest exceeds the energy you use through activity your body will store the excess, mostly in the form of bodyfat.

read post Troy Martin
Is fruit bad for you?

Is fruit bad for you?

19/07/2016

Fruit has been demonised in many circles for many years, as the story goes that ‘fruit is nature’s candy’...

Read post Ben Coomber
Person-centered Coaching

Person-centered Coaching

11/07/2016

Women are different to men in a few ways, their body structure, hormones, physiology, and the way they approach getting in to shape.

read post Simon herbert
Nitrates

Nitrates

05/07/2016

Im very interested in optimising performance in unique ways and that's why I’m introducing myself with a blog detailing the use of dietary nitrates.

read post Viktor Strom
Protein for athletes

Protein for athletes

28/06/2016

Protein is about the one thing in nutrition that most people agree on, to some extent at-least. For years, athletes have been aware of the importance of protein for performance.

Read post Troy Martin
PCOS

PCOS

21/06/2016

Polycystic ovarian syndrome is a relatively common condition affecting up to around 20% of women, caused by elevated androgen levels. Risk factors include obesity, inactivity and heredity.

Read post Polly Thng