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Healthy chicken nuggets and chips recipe

...Because who doesn't love a good old fashioned chicken nugget and chip dinner...! We all have those days when you get home exhausted and starving and want to take something out the freezer and chuck in the oven for 30 mins, pain and hassle free. A guilty pleasure of mine is chicken nuggets and chips, but I can’t deny that

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Cardio Vs Weights: The big debate

Week 3 Feature in Sport Magazine. Expert trainer and owner of W10 Performance gym Jean-Claude Vacassin on an age-old debate in fitness. Plus, part three of his four-week back to fitness guide. I f there’s one discussion in fitness that’s guaranteed to get people hot under the collar, it’s the cardio-versus-weights training debate. Some believe the

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Is This The Only Diet We Need?

Our Feature in ELLE: Are these five steps all we need? Overnight, an article written by one of the most sought after trainers in the UK, Jean-Claude Vacassin of W10 Performance, ran online in the UK Telegraph and piqued our health-addicted interest – in fact, it seems like the easiest diet we’ve ever come across. And so we

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Sport Magazine feature: Resolution Rules

Expert trainer and owner of W10 Performance gym Jean-Claude Vacassin talks New Year resolutions, and launches his four-week guide to getting back on the fitness wagon. “I’ve been around for enough ‘New Year, New You’ cycles to have a fair idea of what’s working and what isn’t. Overall, I’m pro-January and the new start it offers people – largely because I

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Protein Pancake Breakfast Recipe

It's all over the news at the moment about kids eating half of their sugar allowance at breakfast with all of the high sugar cereals available. This is probably true with a lot of adults too; cereals, muffins, pastries are huge on-the-go breakfast options. Here's a quick and simple breakfast recipe that is healthy and full of protein...the

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A Simple Tip To Avoid Making Bad Decisions

Everyday we make choices, be them conscious or subconscious. ‘What's for breakfast?’ ‘Lunch?’ ‘Dinner?' ‘What time do the kids need collecting?', and so on and so forth. We lead busy lives where we need to make decisions all day, be them in work or at home. We only have a certain amount of willpower and throughout the day our reserves get used up. The

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