Exercise Tips

Is it a few days? Please, be yes. A few weeks? A few months?
You don't have to go to the gym for an hour every day.
Let’s vow to make 2018 the year of chill, yes? ✌️
A strange title from someone who works in the gym, but hear me out. Alongside many epidemics in the world, people's inability to move freely (without pain) is an increasing concern. The amount of people I see (including myself) that struggle to stand, squat, get up off the floor, walk, run or even move (without pain) is alarming.
Have you been wanting to attempt Yoga, yet not certain where to begin? Sense that your pet's looking for something more energising than just everyday walkies? Why not try a new unique experience and introduce Animal Yoga to your routine!
Summer is here, and if you've not had your summer break, you'll no doubt be in the final stages of you beach body prep. So this week I've put together a super fast, butt busting workout based on our High Intensity Interval Training workout, T3 blast. This workout is ideally done 2-3 times per week for 3-4 weeks in order to get the best results.
And yet exercise doesn't have to mean running a marathon or climbing a mountain. No one wants to experience the humiliation of turning up at a gym feeling like an inelegant blob amongst a room full of lycra-clad fitties. Exercise can be fun and really add value, friends and a breathing space to your life.
As a set of stabiliser muscles, the abdominals respond best to isometric work such as planks, so there's no surprise it's such an effective movement for building core strength. But in order to reap maximum benefits (and to prevent exercise boredom) it's important to employ different variations of this exercise into your workout regime.
The three biggest mistakes people make when eating around training are: not eating enough, not getting the right mix of macronutrients