Training

  •   Ricky Warren is an international Calisthenics coach and athlete, who has been training in bodyweight and mixed martial arts since he was 7 years old. Currently based in London, he actively competes and teaches not only the general public but also trains personal trainers and coaches from other disciplines. Ricky runs Bodyweight Gurus workshops for beginners […]

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  •   The key to getting in good shape is to have a plan and to stick to it, and that always begins with taking the first step. Here are a few home-exercises to ease your way into beginning your fitness journey. Note: If you decide to add weights to the following bodyweight workout, always perform 1-2 set […]

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  •   By Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist | William Harlow   When a young, athletic individual comes into the clinic complaining of a shoulder problem, the rotator cuff is the number one culprit. Damaging this important structure can cause pain and weakness around the shoulder, and lead to chronic problems if not rehabilitated properly. However, it is a part […]

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  • 7 Ways To Find The Right Workout Routine For You

    By Sarah Curran | In Training | on February 3, 2016

      It’s that time of year again when many people put a little too much pressure reaching New Year’s resolutions and, as as result, have trouble staying motivated to keep their new fitness routines going. Here are some tips to help you to follow your good intentions through and get some serious results! #1 Do […]

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  •   By Melody Coleman | Personal Trainer & Swim Coach Active recovery is an essential part of any effective training programme. Keeping your body moving on non-training days will maintain strong neuromuscular connections, keep your BMR (natural fat-burning capacity) high, prevent soreness and injury, reduce high cortisol and blood pressure, promote good connective tissue quality […]

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  •   Summertime is fast approaching and now is a great time to start putting some extra focus on your arms. Banish those bingo wings with this simple at home workout – just grab a pair of dumbbells and/or resistance bands and you are good to go! #1 Bench dips   1) Begin this exercise with […]

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  • Deadlift Assistance Exercises | 4 Moves For A Stronger Deadlift

    By Callum Loundes | In Training | on February 1, 2016

        Deadlifts are a compound exercise that trains the posterior chain. It involves picking a weight up from the floor, using either a conventional or sumo stance, and placing it back down again. Depending on your individual levers (bone lengths and mobility), either stance can be chose from to be incorporated into your routine. […]

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  •   It can be hard to stick to your New Year’s resolutions, especially a few weeks into January when your motivation levels may begin to dip. Did you make the following mistakes that prevented you from keeping consistent and hitting goals this month? It’s easy to put pressure on yourself to get back on track […]

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