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
HIIT stands for High Intensity Interval Training, a staple part of any decent athletic training regime for the last 50 years, it has become very popular in more recent times as a training method for the general population. Ask any person working in the fitness industry about the benefits of HIIT and they will be quick to tell you it
Our feature in the Telegraph this week. Jean-Claude Vacassin on the four areas we'll be seeing a lot more of in the coming months... Fitness trackers We’re all looking for better ways to track workouts, monitor workout output and share and compare data with others. If used correctly, fitness trackers can really help dial in your training. The trick is to use
Pre seminar FYF/Saturday at Dan Johns After getting in late Thursday evening, we were feeling a little drained on Friday morning, but a trip to FYF awaited, and the excitement of finally walking through the door at Gym Jones kept the jet lag at bay. If I didn’t feel the jet lag before FYF, I certainly did afterwards!
Think about this statement for a minute. If you are always trying to do a number of things at once, usually you end up getting nowhere, doing a little of this & that and not really getting much done. People often take this approach with their training. They find themselves caught up with the latest training fads, new
A lot of the time people come to the W10 with similar goals. The vast majority of our members want to change their body composition, whether it be to lose fat or add some muscle mass. And they often want results, quickly. But the truth is that sustainable results are not easily achieved. For the majority of us it's
Interval Weight Training was developed by Pat O’Shea in 1969. An IWT is an intense type of interval work utilising a combination of athletic lifts and free aerobic exercise. The cross training of athletic type lifting for full range strength and free exercise for anaerobic power, has a major impact on developing explosive power endurance, and can also be great