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  • 5 Tips On How To Carb-Load Before A Marathon

    By James Griffiths | In Nutrition | on April 15, 2015

    Carbloading is a strategy employed by both first time and pro runners to increase their energy levels on the day of a Marathon/Triatholon. Normally beginning the process prior to the big day, it involves the intake of high carbohydrates to increase their stores of muscle glycogen. But, before you reach for that pizza – it is important […]

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  • This oven baked burger is a delicious low fat alternative to shop-bought, high fat burgers – with an added protein cream cheese and chive sauce. Our Turkey Corn Burger with Protein Dip is a sure winner at any dinner table!     – 80g – Turkey Steak   – 20g – Cornflakes (crushed)   – […]

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  • Healthy Desserts | Cookie Cheese Cake Sundae

    By Gemma Amery | In Recipes | on April 15, 2015

      When you have worked hard all week and really need a sweet treat before stepping into the ice-cream aisle, STOP! Give this Cookie Cheese Cake Sundae a try – a creamy, filling, sweet dish, that is far lower in sugar and fat than a shop bought ice-cream sundae. Oh and not to mention way […]

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  • Plyometric Workouts | Benefits and Exercises

    By Sarah Curran | In Training | on April 15, 2015

    Plyometric exercises have been used worldwide for many decades as an effective way to improve athletic performance and increase strength in a range of sports. Mostly commonly known as ‘jump training,’ the compilation of these exercises can be incredibly beneficial to increase fitness levels and fat burn. These workouts can also be used as a form of […]

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  • Healthy Snacks | Apple and Almond Bark

    By Gemma Amery | In Recipes | on April 15, 2015

    Our Apple and Almond Bark is a delicious snack ideal for summer – and it literally takes 5 minutes to make! The Fresh taste of the frozen apples, a sweet sprinkle of cinnamon and the crunch of the frozen coconut oil is a splendid combination for that sweet hit. As an added bonus, it will also […]

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  • Healthy Treats | Peanut Butter Footballs

    By Gemma Amery | In Recipes | on April 15, 2015

      Treat yourself and friends to these Peanut Butter Footballs, they have a deliciously creamy texture and rich explosion of flavour from the dark chocolate!       – 8 tsp Myprotein peanut butter   – Myprotein Vanilla whey protein   – 100g 85% Dark Chocolate         1) Firstly, take your peanut […]

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  • Post-Workout Nutrition | What to Eat and Why

    By Celine Cantuniar | In Nutrition | on April 14, 2015

      Ouch. That aching feeling when you get out of bed the day after a good session of your favourite sport or gym. Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (often abbreviated to “DOMS”), is the pain and stiffness felt in muscles several hours to days after unaccustomed or strenuous exercise. Whether you are at the gym lifting […]

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  • The 6 Best Bicep and Tricep Exercises for Mass!

    By MR PROTEIN | In Men's Training | on April 14, 2015

      By Myprotein Writer Simon Byrne   Let’s be honest, the reason a lot of men start training initially is to build sleeve-ripping upper arms. It’s almost guaranteed that the first time you picked up a dumbbell your instinctual reaction was to curl it. There is a certain fascination men have with building bulging biceps….however, a […]

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