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

Mayweather Is the Richest Man in Boxing but Money Can't Buy Him Love

(8) Comments | Posted 18 March 2015 | (04:31)

Someone should play Floyd Mayweather the old Beatles song, 'Money Can't Buy Me Love' because despite being the highest paid sportsman in the world and notwithstanding being rich beyond anyone's wildest dreams he faces the biggest fight of his career on 2 May with the overwhelming majority of people rooting...

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The Law Says Obesity is a Disability - The Scales of Justice?

(5) Comments | Posted 19 February 2015 | (03:30)

It's not always easy to articulate your protestations against the World despite being fortunate enough to have a great forum like the Huff-Post to do so. However, on this occasion I feel empowered. Recently the European Court Of Justice ruled that Obesity can constitute a disability in certain circumstances. The...

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Mayweather v Pacquaio: Champion of Champions

(0) Comments | Posted 16 January 2015 | (11:37)

It looks like all true boxing connoisseurs are finally going to get to realise their dreams and witness the ultimate battle for boxing ring supremacy. The World's Richest ever boxing match looks set for May the second this year. Experts predict it could gross one billion dollars in revenue. The...

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If Obesity Is A Disability 'Big Food' Must Pay The Costs.

(0) Comments | Posted 8 January 2015 | (03:50)

Imagine the hubris of the European Court Of Justice to rule that obesity is a disability as it did just before Christmas last. The timing couldn't have been better for all of the newly defined 'victims' to gorge themselves into oblivion, mumbling through mouthfuls of Brandy Pudding; "Oh, my word,...

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Woman Bishop's in the C of E Is Fine, No One Listens to Any of Them Anyway!

(7) Comments | Posted 18 November 2014 | (05:01)

A report by the BBC today confirmed that The Church of England has formally adopted legislation which means its first female bishops could be ordained next year. The amendment was passed with a show of hands at the general synod. The first women priests were ordained in 1994, but to...

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If You Don't Have Good Musculature You Don't Have Good Health

(0) Comments | Posted 10 November 2014 | (05:13)

I have trained more than my share of Stars from Christina Aguilera to Ozzy Ozbourne, from Mike Tyson to Ricky Hatton and from Judas Priest to Black Sabbath and my main objective, cosmetic reasons aside was to make them strong and healthy. (Not easy in the case of some who...

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Hospital's Still Serving Junk Food Can Be Traced Back to Blair!

(0) Comments | Posted 26 October 2014 | (05:46)

Despite repeated calls from numerous medical experts and various health intellectuals hospitals across the UK continue to serve junk foods to sick people. As recently as last year Doctors themselves meeting at the BMA made the strongest recommendation that all hospitals should stop this practice completely because it was exacerbating...

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Doctor, Doctor, Please! Why Weight?

(0) Comments | Posted 11 September 2014 | (06:33)

Doctors want you to update your will immediately then, according to the latest scientific study into lifestyle you are cutting years off your life just by being a certain 'size and dimension'.
A study of the nation's health records has concluded the best way to ensure a long and...

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Permission to Shine, 10 Steps to Breathtaking Hair

(0) Comments | Posted 8 September 2014 | (04:01)

Want new life in your hair but don't know how to start? Help is at hand with the following tips:

1. Get the right cut-it's the cut that counts! Get one to suit your hair type, face shape and lifestyle. Straight hair, fine hair, curly hair, all needs a different...

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Being at the Bottom of the Ladder is Fine as Long as You Are On the Right Ladder!

(0) Comments | Posted 26 August 2014 | (06:59)

The last time I felt really afraid was when I was in a training camp in Ireland a few years ago with the then WBC World Super-Middleweight Boxing Champion Richie Woodhall and I was invited to spar. The sensible thing to do was of course graciously decline but my sad,...

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If God Doesn't Destroy Magaluf He Owes Sodom and Gomorrah an Apology!

(6) Comments | Posted 4 August 2014 | (14:40)

The Sunday Times of August 3rd last carried an article detailing how a British girl was filmed giving oral sex to a string of men in a Spanish nightclub to win a cocktail. Remarkably, the authorities in Mallorca have drawn up a code of conduct for tourists in an effort...

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Great Boxing Upsets Recalled By An Avid Fan!

(0) Comments | Posted 22 July 2014 | (14:31)

Many articles on boxing upsets have been written and some of them over time have become diminished or exaggerated. In any case, inspired by the recent Miguel Cotto V Sergio Martinez Middleweight title upset I decided I would list in no particular order, the greatest boxing upsets I have personally...

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British Army Obesity Threatens More Than Just Being Fit to Fight!

(0) Comments | Posted 1 July 2014 | (07:58)

"An army marches on its stomach" This is a very famous quote attributed to Napoleon and Frederick the Great but it was equally well recognized by many other great leaders throughout history. One of such was Alexander the Great who made it part of his battle strategy that he and...

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One Man's Life and Death Reason Why Good Fitness Makes Good Sense

(0) Comments | Posted 17 June 2014 | (06:17)

Fitness has always been a part of my life. It began with boxing while at school through bodybuilding and strength training as a teenager through to the present day. I have always prioritized health and wellness in order to stay competitive in everything I do because I passionately believe being...

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The Top 10 Greatest T.V Shows of All Time

(4) Comments | Posted 20 May 2014 | (05:21)

Just for the exercise then, I thought I would try to compile the best ten television shows/series ever! The last decade or two has seen an all new appreciation for great television as well as some real garbage. While celebrating the cutting edge of The Sopranos invading my TV lounge...

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Kiss Fat Goodbye With High Intensity Workouts of Just 20 Minutes

(0) Comments | Posted 19 May 2014 | (14:08)

Did you know that you would need to perform 10 hours of moderate endurance cycling over a two week period to equal the fat burning effects seen from doing just six 3 minute sessions on the boxing pads or 20 minutes of tough weight lifting just three times a week?...

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The Top 10 Worst Side Effects of Pharmaceuticals Taken Daily in the UK

(0) Comments | Posted 1 May 2014 | (05:32)

In light of this weeks' news that the world's biggest drug company Pfizer is trying to buy AstraZeneca to become one of the ten biggest companies in the world I thought we should take a look at what these pharmaceutical companies get away with daily.

1, 'Cholesterol curing' Statins...

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When a Doctor Eats an Apple Does He Have an Existential Moment?

(0) Comments | Posted 24 April 2014 | (06:14)

So implacable truth has emerged that Tamiflu, the drug stockpiled by the UK government in case of a flu epidemic was not fit for the purpose and the pharmaceutical company behind the drug fudged the research results and hid those results from view for 5 years. These clinical results have,...

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Is Cosmetic Surgery to Improve Your Figure Ever the Best Option?

(1) Comments | Posted 17 April 2014 | (14:06)

Let me say right out and upfront what I think; People, who attempt to get an improved body purely through surgery but try to 'dodge' anything involving physical exercise and improved nutrition, are doomed to fail in their quest for pulchritude. Without the physical efforts or mental energy required for...

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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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