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30/10/2012

More evidence for strength training – diabetes prevention

In a world of information bytes and snippets of this and flashes of that,   read this abstract. Yes it is scientific but it is from […]
26/10/2012

Fitness training: A ‘best practice’ approach

Here is my quick and dirty summary of what the ideal workout plan looks like: (Get doctor’s clearance first and seek professional advice if unsure – […]
26/10/2012

Let’s not throw the baby out

It is so easy to get on a band wagon. Case in point. Grain bashing. Yes it appears that a diet too high in carbohydrate is […]
17/10/2012

Ride to work day

In a world conspiring to take away every opportunity for incidental exercise. Remote control this, automated that. When time is of the essence (which it is […]
05/10/2012

Bootcamp is a waste of time?

I have always said, ‘doing something is better than nothing’ but if your goal is to lose body fat and ‘tone’ up (toning is a bit […]
05/10/2012

The Caveman diet?

This diet approach isn’t all bad but at the same time their bold assertions may really be flawed from a scientific point of view. But at […]
20/09/2012

Our training philosophy in a nutshell

How should you train? Interval sessions, long distance cardio, heavy weights, cross fit, pilates, yoga? How does it all fit in if I am trying to […]
13/09/2012

Champion clients!

There were others who should be mentioned and their photos may follow. Well done to Graeme Macdonald, Martina Hale, Kerry Hamley and Jorge Martinez. There may […]
13/09/2012

“You can’t out train a bad diet”

I know you have heard this one from me before. It is definitely the one area that sabotages most people, even those who exercise well and […]