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  • The Best Ways To Balance Athletics & Aesthetics 

    By George Platt | In Training | on August 20, 2016

      We participate in physical activity for a number of reasons; it may be that we enjoy the exercise we do, or that we want to lose weight, or even gain muscle and improve our body composition. While chasing goals is very accomplishing and seeing physical results in changes through body composition is very rewarding, […]

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  • What Are Yo-Yo Diets? | 3 Risks Of Crash Dieting

    By Sarah Curran | In Nutrition | on August 20, 2016

      The human body can fluctuate in weight on a daily basis – dieting or not! Water weight, food… It’s all pretty normal. However, this becomes a problem if someone is dieting and constantly measures their weight; this can often provoke mind games. It’s common to hear stories of people who have gone on a diet […]

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  • Indoor Cycle Training | Spinning Workouts

    By James Kuhlwilm | In Endurance | on August 19, 2016

      Short on time or the weather not playing fair? If you want to reach your cycling goals, then you are going to have to take it indoors at some point during your training. Indoor cycling equipment is perfect for improving your speed on two wheels, and doesn’t take half your day to get a […]

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  • How To Lean Bulk | Gain Mass, Minimise Fat

    By MR PROTEIN | In Training | on August 19, 2016

      By Myprotein Writer Alex Simpson   Let’s face it, food makes virtually everything better, yet the problem with most delicious foods is the fact they are packed full of calories, and therefore are more likely to result in you gaining unwanted body fat. If you’re looking to really step up your game and take […]

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  • Barbell Shrug Exercise | Technique & Common Mistakes

    By MR PROTEIN | In Training | on August 19, 2016

      By Myprotein Writer Jamie Wykes Hobday   The barbell shrug is one of the most commonly applied exercises when looking to target the trapezius. What is the trapezius?   The trapezius muscle is a flat, wide muscle that dominates the upper back and part of the neck. Comprising of the upper, mid and lower […]

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  • Benefits of Potassium | + 8 Food Sources

    By Sarah Curran | In Nutrition | on August 18, 2016

      Potassium is a mineral found naturally in many foods, and it belongs to the sub-family called electrolytes. Other electrolytes crucial for good health include sodium and magnesium. It is essential for the body to maintain the correct balance of fluids in the body and helps to ensure your blood pressure is at a healthy […]

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  • Meal Prep | Homemade Lime & Chilli Turkey Burgers

    By MR PROTEIN | In Recipes | on August 18, 2016

      Ingredients   – 1 tsp Coconpure Coconut Oil – 50g Rolled oats – 400g 2-7% Fat Turkey Mince – Salt & Pepper – 1/2 Fresh Chilli (red/yellow) – 1 Tsp Garlic Paste/1 Garlic Clove – 50g Red onion – 1/2 Lime Method   1) Line baking tray. 2) Add burger mince to a bowl. 3) Add […]

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  • The 5 Best Training Recovery Strategies

    By Sarah Curran | In Training | on August 17, 2016

      Rest is something that we all need, yet many of us tend to be hesitant about taking it. Social media bombards us with catchy slogans often demonising rest days and implying that rest is for the lazy and the undedicated. However, rest is absolutely essential to your goals! Here are some science approved strategies […]

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