Q&As

The W10 Way

For some, walking into a gym for the first time can be a daunting experience. Lots of foreign objects, the odd person grunting and the casual poser in front of the mirror is enough to put anyone off (FYI we don’t have any mirrors in the gym at W10, only in the changing rooms) Have you ever felt like

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Are smaller more regular meals better for fat loss?

Here’s a copy of Brad Schoenfeld’s email newsletter which details the findings of the meta-analysis that he and his colleagues did, looking at meal frequency and body composition. The results might surprise a few people, given the commonly accepted view that smaller, more regular meals are the best way to lose weight (fat). Turns out that this might not be

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Telegraph feature: Do we need core training?

Check out our feature in the Telegraph titled ‘Do we need core training? http://fashion.telegraph.co.uk/beauty/news-features/TMG11026089/Fitness-Truths-Do-we-really-need-core-training.html "Abdominal training, or core training to give it is more popular name, divides opinion more than perhaps any other aspect of fitness. Some people will have us believe that specific core training is everything if you want to move well and stay injury-free, whilst others will

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Post Workout Supplements

There’s a plethora of supplements out there that claim to get you to where you want to be faster than the others, but in all honesty I wouldn’t believe the hype. Do your own research first before spending the money. The supplement business is a multi-million pound machine, and people in the gyms across the land are guzzling down shakes

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A simple guide to oils

With so many different oils to choose from it can be a little testing knowing which to use for cooking, which is most beneficial to our health and which are best to steer clear of. Not to mention the confusion between omega 3, 6 & 9's. (But that's a whole other blog post). To briefly explain... Omegas 3 and 6

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Fatigue masks fitness

Lets face it, we are stressed, we may not know it but deep down we are. We work long hours, don’t get enough sleep and we make poor food choices. Throw in some coffee and alcohol and its clear to see what I’m getting at. All of these things stress our bodies and I haven’t even mentioned our day-to-day stresses

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