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  • How To Improve Your Body Without Starving Yourself

    By Faye Reid | In Nutrition, Training | on November 4, 2016

    Written by Jamie Bantleman Improve Your Body I often experience many difficulties when building a client’s nutritional protocol, whether the client is male or female they have many limitation factors that prevent them from wanting to follow the nutrition plan, which lies much deeper than simply not liking certain food groups or having particular allergies […]

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  • Stress Awareness | Work Out Your Issues

    By Faye Reid | In Training | on November 4, 2016

    Written By Jack Boardman Stress Awareness Stress is a part of everyday life. Whether it’s because of work, a change in circumstances or day-to-day seemingly little things that can add up to be a burden, stress levels are something that everyone manages. If unchecked, the symptoms of stress can lead to mental health issues including, […]

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  • Stress Awareness | Does Your Diet Help?

    By Faye Reid | In Nutrition | on November 4, 2016

    Written by Jack Boardman Does Your Diet Affect Your Stress Levels? The link between a healthy body and healthy mind shouldn’t be ignored. Take a look at our article on how exercise helps your stress levels in which we explained how exercise and other physical activity produce endorphins, which are chemicals in the brain that […]

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  • Written by Sam Whitaker 10 Top Tips #1 Don’t Just Eat Junk For The Sake Of It   If you’re out at a family dinner or Christmas party, then I’m not saying you shouldn’t enjoy yourself, eat some Christmas cake, mince pie or a handful of chocolates. But if you’re just sat in your pyjamas […]

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  • How to Get Bigger Quads | Top Tips

    By Faye Reid | In Training | on November 3, 2016

    Written by Jack Boardman Gain Bigger Quads Leg day is the oft-feared but not-to-be-avoided part of your workout week. By some it’s met with a mix of reluctance and fear, often revolving around the memory of being barely able to waddle from the gym from your last leg day. Killer quads aren’t just about aesthetics […]

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  • Training During Pregnancy | Modify Your Workout

    By Faye Reid | In Training | on November 3, 2016

    Written by Jamie Bantleman Training Through Pregnancy In this article I have teamed up with ‘training through pregnancy’ specialist, Rebecca Park. It intends to dispel myths and common misconceptions surrounding training in pregnancy and advise those on appropriate training that is of actual benefit to mother and baby, I will also suggest an advisory protocol […]

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  • We had the pleasure of interviewing an award-winning health writer and child nutritionist; Emma Derbyshire.   Emma talks overcoming obstacles, effective child nutrition and parenting tips! How important is a child’s nutrition compared to an adult’s, and why?   “A child’s nutrition is so important as they are still growing and developing.  The foods that […]

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  • Make Your Gym Rest Day Work For You

    By Faye Reid | In Training | on November 2, 2016

    Written by Jack Boardman Rest Day Chances are, if you’ve gone out of your way to research exercise rest days, you’re looking for a reason to justify it – if not, you’d be among those who have absolutely no problem at all skipping a gym session. Here we look at how you can make the […]

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