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  • Written by James Kuhlwilm How To Swim The Perfect Length Being able to swim the perfect length is not something that can happen overnight. You need to develop your rhythm and timing to such an extent that you can glide effortlessly and powerfully through the water without lurching or dead spots. To do this, your […]

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  • Run Less, Lose More | Weight Loss

    By Faye Reid | In Training | on December 28, 2016

    Written by Callum Melly Run Less, Lose More! One of the most common reasons people give up exercising is because they aren’t seeing the results they want and to be honest, I don’t blame them. The majority of people who exercise are looking to lose weight, but in actual fact they are trying to reduce […]

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  • New To Running | Beginners Guide To Endurance

    By Faye Reid | In Endurance, Training | on December 28, 2016

    Written by Lee Grantham Start Your Journey: Running For Beginners New to running? Run your first 5km Parkrun in 8 weeks – 3 easy steps! Parkrun is the biggest sports concept to become available to us within the last decade. In short, it’s a free 5km, timed run at over 500 parks at 9am every […]

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  • Do It Right | Diet, Exercise And Supplements

    By Faye Reid | In Nutrition, Supplements, Training | on December 28, 2016

    Written by Akesha Smith The Diet Plan I’ll start my diet tomorrow, I can go to the gym anytime, and I’ll go later.  It’s only a chocolate bar, I’ll be fine. It’s easy to set goals and make lists, but achieving that goal or completing that list and going all the way to the end […]

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  • Protein | When To Take It? How? And Why?

    By Faye Reid | In Nutrition, Supplements | on December 28, 2016

    Written by James Kuhlwilm Protein Intake It is less common to find recreational endurance athletes taking in as much protein as the guys who hit the gym five days a week. But with the stress which endurance sports put on your body, it is even more important for men and women taking part in cycling, running, […]

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  • 5 Top Tips For Running A 10k

    By Faye Reid | In Endurance, Training | on December 28, 2016

    Written by Charlotte Campbell Top Tips For Running A 10k Signing up to a 10-km run is a great motivator for casual runners who want a focus and an aim to train for. Achieving a steady pace throughout takes practice, but it’s a distance most people can manage, particularly if you already work out regularly. […]

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  • 3 Metabolic Conditioning Workouts

    By Faye Reid | In Training | on December 28, 2016

    Written by Jamie Bantleman 3 Metabolic Conditioning Workouts In this article I will be presenting 3 different training programmes that are based around conditioning for fat loss. While weight training is always the most effective long term solution to fat loss it is important to factor in sessions that will make us work incredibly hard. […]

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  • Assassins Creed | An Exclusive Hollywood Workout

    By Faye Reid | In Training | on December 28, 2016

    Written by Jack Boardman Exercises For Fassbender’s Assassin’s Creed Body Gamers and film fanatics have been awaiting the arrival of the Assassin’s Creed movie, set for release in 2017. Fans of the video game will be scrutinising how true the blockbuster is to the game and its protagonist, portrayed by Michael Fassbender. Promo pics and […]

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