Training

  •   Follow our four-week training plan to kick start your journey towards feeling physically and mentally better! This plan consists of three sessions a week of a full body workout. All workouts should begin with a ten minute warm up and finish with a ten-minute cool down with stretching. Repeat this between 4-8 times depending […]

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  • By Melody Coleman | Personal Trainer & Swim Coach Build a strong, powerful body with workouts inspired by Olympians Michael Phelps and Ryan Lochte. Athletes at the top of their game understand the importance of using a variety of training systems to sculpt and prep their bodies for elite physical performance. Some of these include […]

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  • Triathlon Training Plan PART 4 | Gym Programme

    By James Kuhlwilm | In Endurance | on March 29, 2016

      Having already pencilled in three weekly sessions for three separate disciplines, you might already be suitably impressed with the load you have taken on. Intro | A Beginner’s Triathlon Training Plan Part 1 | The Swimming Programme Part 2 | The Cycling Programme Part 3 | The Running Programme Part 4 | …But there is another essential element […]

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  • Gym Bag Basics for Fitness Beginners

    By Elin Yapp | In Training | on March 29, 2016

      We’ve all done it, gone to the gym and forgotten something and no one likes walking out of the gym pant-less. Here’s a quick little list so you can always be prepared, including an additional list for those of you who like to take your workouts outside! Gym Bag Essentials   #1 Gym Towel […]

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  •   By Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist | William Harlow Although there is no way of eliminating the sickness during and the aches after a hard leg day workout, there are certain tips and tricks that can be applied to improve the returns you get from your efforts on the gym floor. #1 Improving Squat Depth   It is […]

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  •   By Gemma Seager | www.lipsticklettucelycra.co.uk Whatever your sport, it’s likely that at some point you’ve had an unexplained pain that’s come, worried you, then gone as quickly as it started. Niggling pains are common in sports like running that involve a lot of repetitive movements and high impact, and many of them can be […]

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  •   By Personal Trainer & Health Consultant | William Slatter We’ve already looked at the science behind foam rolling in a previous article, but here we present a full-body foam rolling routine you can complete prior to a workout to help you prepare for the session ahead, or after a workout to help reduce muscle […]

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  •   Training for a half or full marathon can be a daunting task, especially if you have never done a long distance run before! These are some tips that I’ve found to make a huge difference to training and made race day a much more enjoyable experience. #1 Build up your mileage gradually   Make […]

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