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  •   Do you find yourself going through phases of being either 100% focused or… not bothered whatsoever? Don’t worry – it’s totally normal. Well – it may not be normal but a lot of us seem to replicate the same actions! Even to the point where we all start making up the same excuses to dodge […]

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  •   Defeat The Heat This Summer with Myprotein’s BRAND NEW Endurance Products! Introducing | ElectroFuel Powder Refreshing Electrolyte Drink with Added Coconut Water Powder Exercising for a protracted length of time leads to the depletion of muscle glycogen stores and reduced electrolyte levels. ElectroFuel Powder has been designed to incorporate a blend of carbohydrates, electrolytes […]

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  •   By UK Personal Trainer | Maziar Ajtar www.maz-pt.com If you’re preparing to run your first marathon, it’s important to know how to properly fuel your body with the right nutrition to get the most out of your runs and to give you enough energy to avoid “hitting the wall”. To help you out I’ve […]

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  • High Protein Lunch Recipe | Tuna & Avocado Slices

    By Gemma Amery | In Recipes | on July 28, 2016

      Tuck into this high protein lunch and you will not feel hungry until dinner. Our tuna & avocado slices are packed with protein and contain a good mix of fat and carbs – this is must have on the lunch menu! Ingredients   2 Slices High Protein Bread 1 Can tinned tuna ½ Avocado […]

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  •   By Myprotein Writer Jamie Wykes Hobday   If we quickly divert into the anatomy of the bicep, the bicep is a muscle otherwise known as ‘The Bicep Brachii’ and is comprised of two parts; the long head and the short head. The primary movements of the biceps are to be able to flex and […]

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  • 5 Yoga Stretches That Every Runner Should Try

    By MR PROTEIN | In Endurance | on July 26, 2016

      By Gemma Seager | www.lipsticklettucelycra.co.uk   Dedicated runners know the importance of cross training. Other activities like swimming, cycling and strength training make use of muscles that running doesn’t and help keep your body in balance. But have you considered including Yoga as part of your cross training? Yoga is great for runners as […]

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  •   By Myprotein Writer | Jamie Wykes Hobday   Whenever we think of the conventional squat, we automatically assume that it is a barbell back squat. Whilst this is no doubt one of the most effective lower body movements for strength and hormonal stimulation, there are other ways of giving your legs a tough workout! […]

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  •   By Christopher Tack | Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist   Did you know that cultivation of the spice Turmeric occupies 60% of the total area used for spices and condiments in India(1)? It goes without saying that this spice, derived from the curcuma longa linn root (a member of the ginger family) is a widely popular […]

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  • Dehydration Symptoms + Benefits of Drinking More Water

    By Sarah Curran | In Nutrition | on July 24, 2016

      Water is essential for human life! While we can survive a significant amount of time without food, the same cannot be said for water. Water is crucial for a number of processes in the body such as maintaining a healthy blood flow and regulating a sufficient balance between potassium, sodium and electrolytes in the […]

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