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  • Running

    October 18 2015 – Joseph Marshall

    Running - A Guide to the Basics

    Everybody knows someone who takes up running and never shuts up about it. They spend £100’s on trainers, new running clothing and a fancy new watch that tracks distance etc just to give up on running at the first hurdle. Below I will be going into some of the helpful tips that can help improve your runs and maybe even motivate...

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  • Definitive Top 5 Cable Exercises

    October 14 2015 – Joseph Marshall

    Definitive Top 5 Cable Exercises

    Now I'm sure everyone has their favourite exercises to use on the cable machine as it adds a much needed variation to your workouts and can help break down the muscle fibres in a new and painful way. There are many benefits of using cables as opposed to using free weights these include: No weights to put away - Using...

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    October 12 2015 – Richard Whall

    Resistance Training for Runners: Part Two - Strategies

    In Part One of Resistance training for runners I introduced a three-step approach to help you plan your resistance training: Principles – Strategies – Exercises. This simple hierarchy helps ensure you maximise your training by first of all considering a few key principles to underpin your training, then looking at the optimal strategies to follow for your goals before finally...

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  • I Don’t Want Huge Muscles So Why Do I Need Protein?

    October 05 2015 – Scott Edmed

    I Don’t Want Huge Muscles So Why Do I Need Protein?

    It is really hard to gain a large amount of muscle, to the point where you are a freak. Understand that eating excess protein doesn't cause muscle growth and that there are 10 essential amino acids that can not be made by your body and are required in your diet. So what is protein? Proteins are molecules built up of...

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  • Resistance Training for Runners: Part One – Principles

    September 30 2015 – Richard Whall

    Resistance Training for Runners: Part One – Principles

    Resistance training and running: Should I, shouldn’t I? I don’t have time? I don’t want big muscles? I’ve tried it before but I got injured! All the top runners do it! With information overload from magazines, internet experts, strength & conditioning coaches, personal trainers and an abundance of running friends, it’s hardly surprising that resistance training and running seem to...

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  • Stop Counting Calories To Cure Obesity!

    September 22 2015 – Scott Edmed

    Stop Counting Calories To Cure Obesity!

    Recently in the press, along with research, it has been proposed that a calorie-focused diet and thinking will not help with weight loss and can cause obesity related diseases. The Independent wrote an article recently titled “Eat a Mediterranean diet and stop counting calories to combat obesity, say doctors.” Dr Aseem Malhotra, told the BBC: “What's more responsible is that...

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