I feel 99% of people that read this post will be able to relate to multiple aspects. You've been having a good run, training is going well and you're sticking
Gone are the days of 3 sets of 10, on 4-5 exercises, for 45 minutes of training. Whilst this method can be effective in gradually progressing, don't be afraid of
Before you exercise you more than likely do a warm up, right? More often than not this is 5 minutes of "cardio", some quick leg swings and a few reps
I was recently given an article to read that appeared in THE TIMES by one of my clients. The message was quite simple, and I agree with a lot of
So Week 4 of the CrossFit Open has come and gone. We are now entering the final week and before I get too excited, I needed a bit of a
9 months ago I started working a with a client who had experienced multiple shoulder dislocations. The main issue was that the dislocations had all occurred on the same shoulder
I was whilst sitting in Costa Coffee, Twickenham, after a personal training session in bushy park, thinking about my time as a trainer. Since I started coaching "the next best
Strength training is fast become a staple part of the regular gym goers routine. However, whilst initial improvements in strength can be rapid, you will most likely reach a plateau.