Training

  • Written by Dan Rayner Cheat Days & Carb Re-Feed Days: The Difference Before we get into the differences are between the two, I will say now that they aren’t the same. In fact, far from it!   A cheat day is where you decide to blow all your calories and macronutrients out of the window! There […]

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  • You Are What You Eat | Fact Or Fiction?

    By Faye Reid | In Nutrition, Supplements, Training | on March 16, 2017

    Written by Callum Melly Gaining A Six Pack: Fact Or Fiction? YOU ARE WHAT YOU EAT! There… I said it. No matter how hard you train, how many hours you spend exercising, how many crunches you do, you can’t out-train a bad diet.   Everyone has a six-pack, but more often than not it’s hidden […]

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  • Written by Ben Prinsloo Neglected Exercises Lunges, squats, fly’s and bench presses are paradoxical in their popularities. As fitness philosophies gain track over social media, “how much you squat” seems to have become equally as impressive as “how much you bench”. This development indicates a general progression from gym culture focused primarily on aesthetics and […]

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  • How Can I Strengthen My Ankle For Netball?

    By Faye Reid | In Training | on March 15, 2017

    Written by Simon Cushman How To Strengthen My Ankle For Netball Ankle injuries are the most common injuries suffered by netball players, closely followed by the knee (Singh et al., 2013). This is due to the repeated stress and overload from jumping, sprinting and decelerating within the one and a half step rule and most importantly, […]

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  • How to Approach Your Workout Split

    By Faye Reid | In Training | on March 15, 2017

    Written by Ben Prinsloo Approaching A Workout Split In the new year we all begin to reevaluate our training programs, or we set out to create or find new ones. One of the age-old questions in such endeavours is which “split” to follow. Do you do chest and biceps on the same day? Do you […]

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  • Written by Ben Prinsloo Gaining Size While Retaining Definition The “lean bulk” some accuse to be a myth – suggesting that one cannot bulk up their muscle mass while still staying lean. I, however, allege that one can. If your concern lies primarily with the number on the scale, then a lean bulk is a […]

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  • Top Tips For Choosing The Right Exercise For You

    By Faye Reid | In Training | on March 13, 2017

    Written by Jack Boardman Choosing The Right Exercise For You Whether you’re looking to get into an exercise regimen or you’ve hit a wall with the one you’re currently feeling somewhat lackadaisical about, the issue might be how you’re getting your exercise.   There are a million ways to exercise and yours might not be […]

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  • Are Abs Made In The Kitchen?

    By Faye Reid | In Nutrition, Training | on March 10, 2017

    Written by Dan Rayner How Are Abs Made? As a personal trainer, one of the most frequent questions that I get asked is “can you show me certain moves to work my abs and how to tone them?”   A calorie deficit is the most important and is the correct answer you’re looking for. Without […]

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