11 Oct 2017

  Stop worrying about the small things that don’t have too much relevance and start to gear your focus more towards the foundation of your nutrition and training. As we know and as we can see from the pyramid above, calories come first! To reduce body fat we must expend more calories/energy than we consume/eat. […]

09 Jan 2017

Why women should lift!  In today’s blog I want to provide you with 5 reasons why all women should strength train! Lads – don’t leave just yet. You could learn a thing or two aswell and apply it to yourself! So I’ve heard it SO many times ‘ I don’t want to get big and […]

29 Feb 2016

Generically speaking, many people seem to overlook the importance of sleep where health and achieving optimal results are concerned. Scientists have identified sleep as one of the cornerstone of health, mental and physical. It turns out sleep not only can keep you healthy, it can also help you slim down, and stay that way. In […]

15 Dec 2015

These brownies are full of nutrition and vitality; with not a gluten molecule in sight, they guarantee to give you a pre-workout pick-me-up without the sluggishness or stodge. What’s more, they are vegan-friendly; eggs are not needed, unless you want a dose of protein in your brownies. Further, if you want to supplement these with […]

09 Dec 2015

Quick 10 fat loss tips! 1.Train the most ‘bang for your buck’ multi joint lifts. These include the deadlift, squat, bench press, chin/pull ups & olympic lifts. 2.Give priority to training the anaerobic enery system over the aerobic system when strength training and conditioning. 3. Try different types of coniditioning – modified strongman training – […]

20 Oct 2015

A primary focus I have is Tempo; by which we mean the speed of each three phases of any lift: Positive (concentric) contraction, Static (isometric) contraction, Negative (eccentric) contraction, The reason we vary the speed between the three phases of the lift is due to the differing strength each type of muscular contraction is capable […]

20 Oct 2015

Hydration is the greatest determinant of strength. A drop of 1.5% in water levels translates in drop of 10% your maximal strength. The leaner you are, the worse it is. Make sure you weigh the same or more at the end of your training session. High water levels = more sets & reps= greater changes. […]