Training

  • Squat Variations | High, Low & Front Bar Squats

    By MR PROTEIN | In Training | on April 10, 2016

    By Edd Oldfield | Bodybuilder and Personal Trainer   Nothing makes a big leg session like a squat does. It’s fair to say the king of the squats was one Tom Platz, famous for his ridiculous leg development, 10-minute squat sets and busting out 20 plus reps with 525lbs. He famously stated about the squat “it’s […]

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  •   Myprotein Ambassadors Tomas Klic & Monika Anna Vašíčková show us that couples that workout together stay together!   A photo posted by Tomáš Klíč (@tomas_klic) on Feb 1, 2016 at 10:23pm PST For more recipes, workouts and interviews subscribe to our YouTube channel below!

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  • How To Get Motivated To Exercise | 4 Key Tips

    By Sarah Curran | In Training | on April 9, 2016

      Your attitude and mindset will determine your success in training. No matter who you are, a positive mindset is crucial to being the best version of you. Anything worth getting isn’t easy, and staying strong mentally will make or break you in training sessions and sticking to a solid nutrition plan as much as […]

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  •   Push ups are a great compound exercise that hit all the muscles in the upper body. They are also particularly tough for a beginner to master. By building up your upper body strength with these variations of the push up you will be able to do rep after rep in no time! Push-Up Variations for Beginners  #1 […]

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  • 5 Benefits of Circuit Training Workouts

    By Peran Clemence | In Training | on April 9, 2016

      Peran Clemence | BSc Sports Performance & Coaching RAW Circuits Manager Circuit training is often mistaken by the general public as a boot camp type scenario; drill sergeants bellowing orders at their inferior recruits and exhausting each and every participant within the circuit, however this is not the case. Circuit training has been ranked very […]

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  •   By Jamie Wykes Hobday |  www.train2gain.fitness Core stability can be defined as the capacity of the muscles of the torso to assist in the maintenance of posture, balance and more during movement. When thinking of core stability, it is often interpreted as a nice pair of shiny abs or six pack, however, the primary […]

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  •   By Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist | William Harlow   For certain individuals, stretching can be the missing link to the injury prevention puzzle. I have used the term ‘certain individuals’ as research has highlighted the fact that stretching may not actually provide as much protection from injury to as was originally thought for some (Thacker et al., […]

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  • Burnt Out? | Signs and Symptoms of Overtraining

    By MR PROTEIN | In Training | on April 6, 2016

      Luke Teuma | UK Personal Trainer www.leanwithluke.co.uk   Each one of us has either overtrained or felt like we have done way too much in the gym. In my opinion, it’s extremely important for the body to rest, especially if you’re working hard in the gym as well as living your everyday life. We’re […]

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