Training

  • Exercise And Yoga In The Heat | Does It Help Or Hinder?

    By Jack Boardman | In Training | on July 21, 2017

    Exercise And Yoga In The Heat As well as increasing how much you sweat, training in heat can increase your blood plasma volume, which ultimately results in better cardiovascular health. It can also reduce your overall core temperature as well as your blood lactate. Further benefits include an increase in skeletal muscle force.   A […]

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  • Walking Routes | Best Options For Fitness

    By Myprotein | In Training | on July 20, 2017

    Summer Walking Routes Summer time is great for getting outdoors and adding in extra light intensity exercise to your plan. Walking is a great way to explore somewhere new. It is also an invaluable tool for breaking up a sedentary day and boosting your health.   Walking helps to strengthen both your bones and your heart. […]

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  • The Best Pre-Season Football Training Drills

    By Myprotein | In Training | on July 20, 2017

    Football Training Drills Warming up for a football game is the right moment to prepare your muscles and mind for the challenge you’re about to put yourself under. You can perform a perfect warm-up psychologically, but if you haven’t got sufficient blood-flow to the working muscles, performance levels won’t peak and you could end up […]

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  • Mark Ross’ Training & Nutrition  Originally signed as central defensive cover, Mark Ross switched to become an outstanding right sided fullback/wingback, it was clear Mark could put his foot in any athletic discipline, and that’s just what he did! After turning his back on professional football, ‘Rossy’ is now a personal trainer and physique coach, […]

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  • Does Stress Improve Your Workout Or Ruin It?

    By Charlotte Campbell | In Training | on July 19, 2017

    Does Stress Improve Your Workout? It’s well known that exercise is a great stress buster. It releases feel good endorphins, gives you that much needed “me” time, and can help you switch off your mind to the outside world. But could your stress levels ruin your workout? And how can you outsmart the stress when […]

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  • Reap The Benefits of Incline Running

    By Jack Boardman | In Training | on July 18, 2017

    Incline Running Looking to get more out of your running? Even if you’re waiting for the finer weather to arrive and you’re getting your jogs or marathon training in on a treadmill, the simple switch of a button can turn on a load of benefits that you might have been missing out on. The answer […]

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  • What Is your Fat Burning Heart Rate Zone?

    By Myprotein | In Training | on July 18, 2017

    What’s Your Zone? Keeping an active lifestyle is an integral part of staying in great physical shape. For those of us aiming to reduce fat, cardio is the go-to exercise. Many people work on the theory that the faster and harder you work at your chosen cardio, the better your results will be. However, your […]

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  • Why Women Are More Likely To Get A Knee Injury

    By Charlotte Campbell | In Training | on July 17, 2017

    Knee Injury Prevention Anyone who has suffered a knee injury will tell you; it’s no fun at all. And if you’re a woman, the chances of you sustaining one are far more likely than if you were born a guy. Studies of football players showed that females are up to 5 times more likely to […]

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