Training

  • 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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  • Fight Off Calories | 12 Rounds Of Boxing

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

    Written by Jack Boardman Fight Off Calories By Boxing Let’s paint a picture: you’ve been a social butterfly and attended every work do, networking event, Christmas party and last night out before the New Year that was offered. On top of that there was the food. At Christmas, this can mean thousands of calories in […]

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  • Is Weightlifting Just For Men?

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

    Written by Akesha Smith Weightlifting When it comes to gyms, there is always a segregation between those who choose to stick to the cardiovascular machines and those who lift heavy weights in the weightlifting section. The majority of people you see in the weightlifting section is men, and women tend to stick to the cardiovascular […]

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  • Written by Laura Isherwood Improve Your Stamina Regardless of what sport you play, whether you need to run around a pitch for 90 minutes, a tennis court for 3 sets or complete several practice dance routines, one thing is certain, you’ll need stamina. Stamina activities are usually referred to as aerobic activities; this is because […]

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  • Maintain Muscular Strength | Strength And Conditioning

    By Faye Reid | In Training | on January 10, 2017

    Written by Akesha Smith Maintain Muscular Strength Strength and conditioning training is a type of training that is designed to improve a person’s sports performance and reduce the risk of injury. Becoming active and getting your heart pumping is all good and well, however, if you do not do exercises that strengthen your body and […]

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