Training

  • Written by Callum Melly Demand & Supply People exercise for a number of reasons, but more often than not it’s because they want to change their body composition and by this I mean burn body fat, increase lean muscle mass, shape and tone their body, and to be honest, it really is very simple to […]

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  • The Importance Of Recovery | Football Players

    By Faye Reid | In Training | on January 16, 2017

    Written by Jack Boardman Footballers: The Importance of Recovery From a kickabout to an all-out slog, a game of football can be the equivalent of high-intensity interval training, for which you need to maintain mental focus as much as stamina and strength. So, for all the advice there is out there on how to train […]

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  • Best Leg Workouts | How To Grow My Calves?

    By Faye Reid | In Training | on January 16, 2017

    Written by Jamie Bantleman Grow My Calves With The Best Leg Workouts I have developed 8 key rules to growing calf muscles and ensuring that you can fight genetics to enable some incredible muscular stimulus to make them grow! Bodybuilders, as well as anyone else who are looking for improved aesthetics always aim to grow […]

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  • Stay Strong, Healthy And Beautiful

    By Faye Reid | In Training, Women's Training | on January 13, 2017

    Written by Akesha Smith Stay Strong Strong has become the new beauty trend. Fashion and perceptions of the female body has changed dramatically over time! In the 80s they were obsessed with long legs, similar to those of Elle Macpherson.   The 90s was all about that cleavage which was showcased by the lovely Eva […]

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  • How To Warm Up For A Race | Stay On Track

    By Faye Reid | In Endurance, Training | on January 13, 2017

    Written by Lee Grantham Warm Up Before Your Race You’ve done the training, it’s race day and you’re ready to go but how do you ensure you are prepared and ready to run your fastest and avoid any injury issues?   If you ask ten runners how they warm up before a race, you could […]

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  • Weight training can become quite disheartening when you begin to plateau in strength and muscle gain progression. There are a number of different techniques you can use to alter your approach to both your nutrition and training in order to break through these plateaus and iso-tension is one method you should definitely considering carrying out. […]

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  • Written by Akesha Smith Bodybuilding: The Daily Struggles The life of a bodybuilder looks glamorous and glossy, hundreds of men and women walking around on stage showing off their perfectly chiselled bodies. From the fake tan to the skimpy outfits, bodybuilders look like they have the dream job, but is it really that easy? Of […]

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  • An Insight To Louise Thompson And Her Active Lifestyle

    By Faye Reid | In Training | on January 11, 2017

    Louise Thompson | From Chelsea to Healthy Health and fitness has always been a part of Louise’s life. At school, Louise was an active member of the Downe House Lacrosse and Swimming teams, but University soon changed things. Louise’s tight schedule and manic filming life allowed little time for training. Studying Geography at the University […]

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