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Ever been told that a sports massage is beneficial for those that train? Or been told that it can increase your joint mobility and reduce the risk of injury?Read More
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If the answer is yes, it’s more than likely down to your inability to control your shoulder blade.
If your shoulder blade shrugs up and forward and you then repeat this for hundreds and thousands of reps (at home, in the gym or at work or driving) then the shoulder may become impinged due to the shoulder being in a constant state of internal rotation.
Medium Chain Triglycerides (MCTs) have been promoted to bodybuilders as a supplement to promote weight loss, and to endurance athletes as a supplement to enhance performance capacity. But is there scientific evidence to back either claim?
Brie, tomato and basil stuffed chicken … melted cheese goodness is always a winner!! The lean protein of the chicken balances the high fat content of the cheese.Read More
“Eat your fruit and veg” is a phrase you have probably heard repeatedly since you were a kid … from your parents, in school, by your doctor, health advertisements. But why is it so important to eat enough fruit and vegetables?!Read More
Cod is a fantastic addition to any athlete’s diet. Not only is it a super lean protein source (over 20g protein and less than 1g fat, per 100g), it is also full of micronutrients that are super important for those training hard.Read More
The “snatch” is one of the most complex of the Olympic Lifting movements. Having a 1-2-1 session can really help focus on YOUR weaknesses. Taking time away from a class or training alone and working with a PT can enable you to progress quicker and make sure you are safe in your movements.Read More
Whether you want to lose fat, build muscle, master the overhead squat, improve your Olympic lifting or get your first pull up this Move Challenge is for you.Read More