No pain, no gain. Right? Wrong. The effectiveness of your training session should not always be measured by how sweaty and exhausted you feel. That feeling of complete exhaustion has become a worrying barometer of how 'good' or 'bad' a workout is, which, in all honesty, is a bit one dimensional. We hear statements like... "I'm an all or nothing
Move to Lose: Sport Magazine Feature. Most of us don’t have unlimited hours to spend in the gym each week, so we’re looking for maximum results in minimum time. All forms of exercise work if you do them long enough or intensely enough. At a base level, you should do the type of exercise you enjoy because that
Our feature in Health and Fitness magazine by Jean-Claude Vacassin. 1. STANDING DUMBBELL SHOULDER PRESS BENEFITS: The overhead press is the best shoulder exercise you can do. It works several muscles of the upper body and offers a host of benefits that improve daily functioning. Standing with your feet shoulder-width apart, take a dumbbell in each hand.
With time being at a premium nowadays you need to cut out the fluff from your workout and pick exercises that are going to produce the results that you want with the time that you have at your disposal. Here are 6 exercises that you can cut out of your programme straight away to make room for exercises that
Walking into a gym for the first time can be a very intimidating experience for anyone, let alone someone completely new to exercising. The last thing you want to do is something that will draw attention to you and make you look like an amateur. With the fitness industry and main stream beliefs being changed from
Are you at a point in your exercise journey where you feel like you are giving 100% effort every session, every day of the week, but the progress you have made has stalled? Do you train every day because you feel if you stop you will lose all of the hard earned progress you have made? This is a dilemma
Grip strength is something we measure in our initial assessments at W10 and is something that we are constantly aiming to improve for a number of reasons. It’s very often a neglected piece in the strength training puzzle but here are a few reasons it features in almost all of our programs and why we are reluctant for people to
You will probably have noticed the recent reemergence of the coaches’ favourite exercise - The Turkish Get Up (TGU). Some people love it, but the majority hate it. I though it would be a good time to put my case forward as to why everybody should be doing them more often than not. The aim of our training sessions