• Want a better way to enjoy local produce? Ditch the frozen gateau and create our stuffed apples, filled with crunchy peanut butter, cinnamon and oats! You can thank me later… Ingredients 2 Medium Apples 1 Scoop Rolled Oats 20g Crunchy Peanut Butter ½ Tsp Ground Cinnamon   Method 1) Preheat the oven to 150 degrees. 2) […]

  • The Key To Healthy Knees | Yoga

    By Faye Reid | In Training | on October 19, 2016

    Written by Lucy Alves The Key To Healthy Knees What does our knees look like on the inside and why is proper alignment so important in a multitude of movements? Especially weight bearing, and I mean more than your body-weight, although that can be a problem for some people too. The shinbone (Tibia) meets the […]

  • Written by Chloe Thurston Carb Blockers Carb blockers seem to be known as magic weight loss pills and the holy grail of carb lovers. They are made from alpha-amylase inhibitors, which occur naturally in some foods. They work by blocking the enzymes needed to digest certain carbs.   The other form of this ‘magic pill’ is […]

  • Seasonal Training | A Sports Person’s Guide

    By Faye Reid | In Training | on October 18, 2016

    Written by Jamie Bantleman Seasonal Training The major issue with training in the gym for sports people when their season is in full swing is that injuries occur and muscle soreness can massively affect performance levels. Therefore, it is important to ensure that your seasonal training covers the correct exercises as well as performing each […]

  • Depletion Workouts | What Are They?

    By George Platt | In Training | on October 18, 2016

    Depletion Workouts When it comes to training for hypertrophy, we usually have a date we want to aim to be looking our best for; whether it be for a competition, a holiday, or simply just for your own personal satisfaction. Ideally, we want to look as big and lean as we can, this can be […]

  • Your Fitness Journey | The Bigger Picture

    By Faye Reid | In Motivation | on October 17, 2016

    Written By Sam Jones Your Fitness Journey I’ve been in the personal training game for some time now, I’ve worked with a whole host of people, all who have come to me because they are at a stage in their life where they need change. When initially quizzing them on why they are here, their […]

  • Written by Pete Crawshaw The Posterior Chain We have all heard the term ‘posterior chain’ but what does this actually refer to and why is it important to us as athletes? To put it simply, the Posterior Chain is the term used to describe the group of muscles surrounding your lower back and are the […]

  • Increase Strength And Muscle | No Weights Allowed

    By Faye Reid | In Muscle Building | on October 14, 2016

    Written by John Hockley Increase Strength If you watched the Olympics this year and were amazed by the physique’s of the gymnasts then maybe it’s time to switch up your routine and try some body-weight exercises. Body-weight exercises help build strength, improve your body’s natural range of motion and avoid the likelihood of injury. If […]