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By Edd Oldfield | Bodybuilder and Personal Trainer Before the article begins, it is very important to note that no matter what exercises are performed – no number of reps, sets, techniques etc, will get you ripped, lean or cut without your nutrition being on point, and specifically suited to your body. Lean muscle tissue requires more energy […]
By Joseph Agu (MSc) | Nutrition Consultant www.josephagu.com The topic of fasted vs. fed cardio with the aim of fat loss has been a trending topic recently, both in the fitness industry as well as academia. As such, the aim of this article is to highlight our understanding to date surrounding this issue, dispel some […]
By Alex Blakemore | Fitness Vlogger You’re probably thinking it’s impossible to gain size and stay lean at the same time. You may just be wrong. This routine focuses on a training program created by a man called Vince Gironda who believed that if you followed his simple regime you would put on the size […]
By Joseph Agu (MSc) | Nutrition Consultant www.josephagu.com When first embarking on a weight loss journey, it’s difficult not to completely cave into temptation and eats everything in sight, and more – especially after getting back to ‘normality’ after a period of indulgence. No-one wants to end up gaining a significant amount of body fat in as […]
After the festive break, what with the eating and drinking everything in sight, there’s no wonder practically everyone vows to get back in shape in January. With that in mind, it’s most likely that gyms will be absolutely rammed this month – and good for you if you’re one of these people! However, here […]
At the beginning of January, you almost expect to see endless posts of people starting their New Year’s resolutions – endless #SweatySelfies, pictures of kale salads and green juices, supermarket trollies packed with fruit and veg and you almost learn to expect the gym to be rammed full. Come the end of January, however, […]