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Intermittent Fasting

Many who go on diets achieve weight-loss, whether it is 2kg or 20kg. What most people don’t achieve is sustaining their desired weight for the long-term. Diets are designed for rapid results. However they are not designed for sustainable long-term results. What is required is a long-term approach. This leads us onto intermittent fasting and the health benefits associated to this way of approaching food, health and nutrition.

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Weight Loss, Fitness and Fatness – what the evidence really says

Most of us have, at some point, been interested in improving our body shape through a change in diet or exercise behaviours. The modern fitness industry has become noisy and disorienting; spurious social media gurus and aggressive marketing dominate the weight loss landscape. This article offers a refreshing guide through some of the important evidence around weight loss.

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High Intensity Training (HIT)

Promote fat loss, improve cardiovascular fitness and reduce your risk of diabetes and heart disease in as little as 15 mins!

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Are Core and Abs the same thing?

The usual image we hold for training our “core” is getting down and smashing out as many sit-ups as we can. This is usually with a training partner holding our feet or the classic manoeuvre of using the underside of the bed to fix our feet in place. However, is this an accurate exercise for replicating the movements and functions of the “core”?

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Alcohol and Exercise, 5 Quick Facts

It is commonly known that alcohol consumption adversely affects our ability to train and perform at a high standard. What causes this decrease in output?

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