Rob Blakeman
Rob Blakeman is one of UK's top celebrity fitness trainers and dieticians. He is a Multi-Published Author, College and University lecturer and an International Speaker on Health and Motivation. As a Trainer, his record is outstanding having trained a variety of Celebrities and Professional Athletes including World Boxing Champions Mike Tyson and Ricky Hatton through to Rock Stars such as Ozzy Osbourne.

Rob is also a Former Body Building Champion and was named as the UK’s strongest 200lb Man in 2006.

Entries by Rob Blakeman

Obesity Is Normal Says Chief Medical Officer But Don't Panic, Brown Owl Is on the Case!

(0) Comments | Posted 30 March 2014 | (06:34)

Obesity is becoming the 'norm' in society, England's Chief Medical Officer has warned in her annual report on the state of the nation's health.

Dame Sally Davies said that too many people ignore the problem of obesity and view the fact that many of their friends and neighbours being very...

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Young People Want to Wear a Vegetarian 'Label' but Aren't Interested in an Education in Nutrition

(0) Comments | Posted 23 March 2014 | (11:31)

To be in opposition of vegetarianism these days in some sections of society is a little like being anti-CND in the 1970's but for all wrong reasons. There was and is after all an implicit logic to being in support of C.N.D. (They want the abolition of weapons of mass...

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Fifty Ways to Lose 12 Pounds of Fat in 28 Days

(2) Comments | Posted 7 March 2014 | (23:00)

Many people say they want to lose weight, meaning they want to weigh less. But as far as losing weight is concerned they mean they want to lose fat. No one wants to lose muscle tissue and end up with loose, saggy skin but most people who diet incorrectly do...

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Good News and Bad News for Amir Khan as the Chance to Make Britain Proud Arrives!

(1) Comments | Posted 4 March 2014 | (04:27)

Yesterday, the arrogant but brilliant Pound for Pound Number One fighter in the World, Floyd Mayweather announced that if Britain's Amir Khan wants to box another American fighter, named Adrien Broner on the undercard of his next mega fight in a couple of months time, then he, Mayweather would fight...

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Is Coffee a Natural Fat Burner?

(0) Comments | Posted 2 March 2014 | (03:44)

How much coffee do you drink every day? If you are kind of person who has turned coffee drinking into a habit that's a lot! You may find it hard not to have a cup after each meal. If you're drinking so much coffee that you get tremors, have sleeping...

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So Just How Do We Get Our Kids Eating Healthier?

(1) Comments | Posted 26 February 2014 | (23:00)

The answer to this question is actually a lot easier than everyone makes it out to be. I've witnessed many of my clients who have changed their own bad eating habits then struggle greatly to pass on the idea to their own kids and to get them to eat the...

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Four Ways to Lose Your Post-Baby Tummy Fast! Reducing and Reshaping the Belly after Pregnancy

(0) Comments | Posted 23 February 2014 | (23:00)

Life in the 21st Century is just too fast. None of us can really cope with it, it's too hard, too fast, too frightening, and we just don't have the bandwidth! When you're pregnant you can multiply that by a factor of 10!

When baby is finally born and you're...

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Overtraining Is Still the Greatest Unrecognised Enemy of any Athlete's Success and Longevity

(0) Comments | Posted 10 February 2014 | (07:23)

I've had the honor of working with some great athletic Champions at all levels but I can't remember such spectacular results as those I achieved back in 1995 with a guy called Warren Treasure. Warren was a mesamorph, a genetic freak. A huge man with the strength of a bull...

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Is Obesity a Disease or a Plague?

(0) Comments | Posted 6 February 2014 | (03:28)

There were more rumblings in the news this week of how the government is going to tackle the growing obesity problem. Who truly believes that any health policy amendment or action the government may take will solve the nation's obesity problem? Certainly not once we identify and clearly establish for...

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Five Facts You Must Understand If You Are Ever Going to Lose Your Belly Fat and Get a Flat Stomach

(8) Comments | Posted 3 February 2014 | (23:00)

1. Reducing calories consumed is the obvious start to any weight reduction programme but did you know that many packaged so-called 'low fat' foods have had sugar added to make them still taste good? The manufacturers did this so they could label them low fat. Low fat does not necessarily...

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Did Vitali Klitschko Retire to Avoid a Fight With David Haye?

(0) Comments | Posted 2 February 2014 | (04:54)

"Vitali Klitschko is leaving boxing to concentrate on Ukrainian politics and his role as an opposition leader. Klitschko vacated his WBC world heavyweight title on Monday and said he doesn't expect to fight again as he pursues a presidential bid in his home country."

This was the recent report...

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Do Young Vegetarians Know All Proteins Are Not Equal?

(29) Comments | Posted 28 January 2014 | (23:00)

No one should be deficient in protein in the western world yet many people are because of vegetarianism or their obsession with consuming low-fat or low calorie foods. By avoiding foods containing natural fats and oils you unknowingly cut out critical proteins too. Millions of people do not get enough...

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Can 'Muscle Men' be Intelligent as Well as Strong or Is the Last Acceptable Stereotype Still Alive and Well?

(1) Comments | Posted 21 January 2014 | (03:31)

I guess the first case of what I think was stereotyping I ever encountered was as a child. New to a neighbourhood I looked to the local kids to fill me in on the angles. Good playing areas, best sweetshops and any local characters. "The woman at number 12 is...

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Good Nutrition Is Only Skin Deep- But Most People Don't Know That

(1) Comments | Posted 14 January 2014 | (05:29)

When I was a boy it used to be a rite of passage into adulthood - the pimple faced senior school years that some of us would be happy to forget. Thankfully, we're grown up now and our faces have cleared up. Except for the fact that in recent year's...

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New Year New You, Oh, Really?

(0) Comments | Posted 4 January 2014 | (07:08)

New Year New You-what a used up expression that is in a world already continually obsessed with the ultra fit bodies of celebrities and their secret slimming programmes. The majority of the quick-fix reshaping, reinventing and regenerating routines in the media every January each year are mostly outmoded or redundant...

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Christmas Comes Early as Amir Khan't Lose

(0) Comments | Posted 21 December 2013 | (03:36)

In a career more mysterious than Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease average boxer Amir Khan appears to have secured a $10'000'000 dollar payday with a fight against boxing great Floyd Mayweather Jr. How can he possibly deserve this chance having lost two of his last four fights?

Well, Khan began life as...

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Can't Weight for Xmas?

(2) Comments | Posted 8 December 2013 | (03:00)

Health and Fitness isn't on most people's agendas as the Holiday season approaches but you can bet that most of us will be wanting to look slim and shapely for the many parties, dinners and festive get-together's that are planned! A slinky little black dress isn't much use as an...

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Even if Oreo Cookies Aren't Really as Addictive as Hard Drugs They're Still Bad News All Round!

(0) Comments | Posted 2 November 2013 | (03:38)

Its official; rats love Oreo cookies. How? I'm not sure anyone will ever really be able to quantify much do they like them and whether it's to the point of addiction but that didn't stop a recent press release by a group of Connecticut College students and a professor of...

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Why Weight to be Famous? Or How to Make It in a World Obsessed With Physical Perfection

(0) Comments | Posted 20 October 2013 | (08:07)

In the modern world fame has replaced religion in the public consciousness and those who do strive to be noticed by magazines or T.V. networks tend to believe that being "Buff" is half the job. No bingo wings or jelly bellies for today's wannabe's, Oh no! Real celebrity men and...

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Obesity May Not Be a Disease But It's Certainly the Results of Vice

(16) Comments | Posted 6 October 2013 | (06:57)

Vice is defined in the dictionary as an immoral or evil habit or practice. Immoral conduct includes depraved or degrading behavior, depravity, sin, iniquity, wickedness and corruption. I think if we are really serious in our desire to beat obesity and all of its associated medical conditions we need to...

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