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  • Tough Mudder 2017 Training Tips

    By Faye Reid | In Training | on February 22, 2017

    Written by Alex Simpson Prepare For Tough Mudder  With 2017 now upon us, thoughts of festive food and drink and overindulgence will be haunting us in our sleep, especially after stepping on the scales, glancing in the mirror, and finding our jeans, which were once loose, now painfully tight and constricting. Whilst getting in shape […]

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  • What Is Lactic Acid | What Is Its Role?

    By Faye Reid | In Training | on February 22, 2017

    Written by Alex Dillon Lactic Acid Hearing the term blood lactate, or as it’s more commonly known, lactic acid, sends shivers down the spine of any athlete.  For years it has been portrayed as the stuff of nightmares and depending on how apparently sadistic you are, you either avoid it like the plague or embrace […]

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  • Top 5 Reasons Why You’re Not Gaining Muscle Mass

    By Faye Reid | In Nutrition, Training | on February 21, 2017

    Written by Jack Boardman Reasons You’re Not Gaining Muscle Mass By reading this article it’s likely that you’re putting in all the work at the gym and not seeing the results you want. Or maybe it’s because you’re new to weightlifting and things aren’t quite going in the right direction – perhaps you leave the […]

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  • Written by Charlotte Campbell Collagen, Coconut and Vitamin C Healthy lifestyles can feel hard to maintain. With a constant influx of advice, fads and pressure online and in print, it can seem that a totally healthy day is unattainable. And doing it while looking good? Impossible! The tools we have to help us, however, are […]

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  • Written by Alex Dillon The Benefits Of Using A Tackle Bag During Training In any contact sport where impact and collision are an accepted feature, the use of various forms of external padding has become more common (Gerrard, 1998).  Rugby union is a sport that exposes players to frequent high-impact collisions, studies investigating rugby injuries […]

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  • Honey And Banana Shake

    By Faye Reid | In Recipes, Smoothies, Juices and Shakes | on February 20, 2017

    Shake yourself together with our honey and banana blend. Packed with vitamin A, iron, potassium, fibre and phosphorus. Bananas help maintain overall good health, not to mention a slow release of energy throughout the day. Follow this ideal pick-me-up recipe and your energy levels will last longer –  shame the shake won’t! Ingredients ✓ 1 Frozen […]

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  • 100% Organic Spirulina & Cauliflower Soup

    By Faye Reid | In Recipes, Vegan and Vegetarian | on February 20, 2017

    Rich in antioxidants, vitamin C, protein and many more benefits, it’s hard to find a fault with one of the latest superfood trends. This super tasty veggie dish is low in calories and incredibly versatile. Looking for a hot bowl of comfort food with some serious health benefits? The search is over – we’ve got […]

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  • Are Low Sugar Snacks The Healthier Option?

    By Faye Reid | In Children's Range | on February 20, 2017

    Written by Claire Derbyshire Low Sugar Snacks There are two obvious reasons why we need to be concerned about excess intake of sugars – excess body weight and tooth decay. Obesity and Tooth Decay   Evidence shows that energy dense diets such as those that are high in sugar can contribute to excess calorie intake, […]

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