Men’s Training

  • Should MMA Athletes Strength Train?

    By Mr Protein | In Men's Training | on June 10, 2013

    By Sean Keefe   Unless you have been knocked out by Shane Carwin, choked out by BJ Penn or simply not been with it lately, you will soon realise that some if not most MMA fighters are starting to introduce some form of strength training into their routines. This doesn’t necessarily mean you will see them […]

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  • The Beginner’s Guide to Long Term Gains

    By Mr Protein | In Men's Training | on June 10, 2013

    By Ray Klerke The Beginner’s Guide to Long Term Gains Mapping the future is essential to your muscles and if you apply the same strategies you use for your career to your training, you’ll keep getting bigger, stronger and fitter One of the quirks of being human is that you always want more. From the […]

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  • Interview with St Helens Rugby League Coach

    By Mr Protein | In Men's Training | on June 7, 2013

    MATT DANIELS Head of Strength and Conditioning at St Helens RFC, Matt Daniels has an outstanding level of knowledge when it comes to helping performers to compete at the highest level of one of the world’s most demanding sports.         What areas of S&C do you think need particular attention when it […]

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  • Compound Exercises: Big, Basic and Heavy

    By Mr Protein | In Men's Training | on June 5, 2013

    Compound Exercises: Big, Basic and Heavy   Compound exercises – those that involve more than one muscle or joint – should form the foundations of any strength training programme because of their tried and tested ability to bring about rapid gains. Exercises such as the squat and deadlift have been used by lifters for many […]

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