Training

Protein, Carbs & Running - How much do you really need?

A great deal has been written about protein recently but the jury still seems to be out on the ratio of protein to fat to carbohydrates someone who runs for exercise. I have had recent personal experience with maintaining largely carb-free eating (notice I didn’t say diet) that has indicated that the average person’s carbohydrate requirements are far lower than currently suggested. Muscle Meals Direct' Berry Protein Yoghurt | Try it today. How much do you really need? Current thinking seems to indicate...

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Swing into Summer with this easy Kettle-Bell workout

Kettle Bell Swings! The Kettle Bell Swing is a total-body movement that requires power, speed and balance, its one of the most well known kettle bell movements its also one of the most versatile and functional. The Kettle Bell Swing mainly targets the core muscles, hips, glutes and hamstrings, it also activates and strengthens your shoulders and lateral muscles, making for a total body workout like no other.   How to do a Kettle-bell Swing 1. Stand with feet shoulder-width apart and a kettle...

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Exclusive Insider workout routine revealed from Josh Lenartowicz!

Exclusive Insider workout routine revealed from Josh Lenartowicz! There's no denying that building muscle takes nothing more than working hard and eating well but for most of us it just isn't that simple. Josh Lenartowicz, Australia's highest ranked Professional Bodybuilder, has been kind enough to share with us his King of the Gym Training System. It is designed for quick and consistent muscle growth to get you jacked and shredded no time. KING OF THE GYM TRAINING SYSTEM  Two week...

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UFC 225 Results - Robert Whittaker Reflects on the Hardest Fight of his Career.

UFC 225 Results - Robert Whittaker Reflects on the Hardest Fight of his Career. Robert Whittaker was forced to go through a five-round battle at UFC 225, but in the end he left the octagon with another victory over Yoel Romero. The fight was competitive from the jump, and after a 25-minute rollercoaster, Whittaker was awarded the victory. Every minute of the fight was fantastic. When you see two high level martial artists utilising high level techniques going at it...

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UFC 225: Australia’s Robert Whittaker is planning to take home the belt once again.

UFC 225: Australia’s Robert Whittaker is planning to take home the belt once again. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TkrJeh3pJfI   ROBERT Whittaker is back and stronger than ever. His focus and raw power  will soon confirm him as Australia’s KO King. Whittaker Defending his UFC middleweight crown in Chicago on June 10 against Cuban monster Yoel Romero, and hopes to give him his first knockout loss inside an Octagon. Rob  has worked through a long recovery of health complications but is now back and...

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Ab Training — Not Just a Pre-contest Thing

It’s very common for bodybuilders to avoid ab training entirely in the off-season, only grudgingly working them in the final 10-12 weeks before a contest. Ab training ranks up there with cardio as one of those boring necessary evils at times. 1) Floor Crunches 4 sets of 15-20 reps Every ab workout starts with some type of crunch, the most basic of all abdominal movements and one that requires absolutely no equipment. Even though the rep range is listed as...

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Make Quick Arm Gains in 4 Weeks

If you want to make gains on a certain muscle group you need to do one of three things; 1) increase volume 2) increase weight used or 3) increase frequency. As we all want bigger arms, I’m going to focus this blog on blasting biceps into growth. You need to prioritise a muscle if you want to improve it. Aim to work your arms twice per week leaving 3-4 days between each arm session. Your first arm workout for the week...

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Brittany’s Top Tips for Maintaining a Healthy Lifestyle Whilst on Holiday

Its mid-year travel time! That exciting part of the year where you find yourself hopping on a plane to another country to escape Australia's coldest months. You're on holidays, but this doesn’t mean that you should forget about all your hard work and training. I recently came back from a trip to Croatia where I spent my days sunbaking & day drinking – relaxing in true European style. After the first week I began to feel a little guilty, as my daily workout routines...

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Stretch for Muscle Growth Success

One of the questions I find myself being asked most often as a trainer/coach is "should stretching be done before weight training as a warm up, or during a workout? Or should it wait until after you are finished? Not only can stretching the wrong muscles at the wrong time hinder your progress, but it may also cause muscle pulls and strains. When To Stretch: Stretching a cold muscle can cause injuries ranging from minor strains to actual tears. Research shows that...

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Functional Training and its Application

‘Functional Training’ is a term commonly used in the health and fitness industry to describe a style of exercise that encompasses whole-body dynamic movement in an attempt to enhance purposeful muscular ability, increase fitness for wellbeing and ultimately improve lifestyle. The perils of everyday life (regardless of your activity level) contribute to muscular imbalances over time. For example, consistent sedentary computer work inevitably develops tightness in hips and shoulders, leading to poor posture, soreness, greater potential for injury and even...

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