Downloads

Morning all, In today’s #TrainingTips post I would like to explain why it’s important to schedule download periods into your programming.  A download period is basically a reduction of intensity or volume in your training, which may last a few days or a week.  Most hate taking rest periods as they feel they need to constantly push to get…

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Self Observation

Morning, Today’s #MondayMotivation post is one of self observation and reflection.   Do you deflect positive energy?  Would you notice it if you did? Many of us avoid receiving positive energy by deflecting it’s flow and you probably don’t even realise you are doing it.  It’s more common than I even realised until I became aware of it.  I…

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Alcohol

Morning all, So today’s #MondayMotivation post is all about alcohol. Last week I saw an article that was being shared around all about alcohol and after reading it I felt I had to write my own as it’s such a shame that these articles even make publication.  If you saw it and gave it a…

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Testosterone

Morning all, This weeks #TrainingTips post is all about testosterone.   So first of all what is Testosterone?   Testosterone is an anabolic group of steroids that’s main effect on our body is growth and masculinising.  Now testosterone is completely natural steroid that is produced in both males and females, which regulates libido, energy, immune…

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Fooled By Our Brains

Morning all, Time for another #MondayMotivation post to kick start this week off. Lately I’ve catching a few of the Eat Well For Less programmes, if you haven’t seen it, do see if you can catch some as it is an eye opener to how much money we could save if we shopped smarter. Where…

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Fork In The Road

Morning all, It’s time for a #MondayMotivation post, Fork in the road How many times have you felt like you’ve been stood at a fork in a road with several options in your hands and you just don’t know which way to go? If we’re trying to better ourselves, this should always become a regular…

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Asthma

Morning all, In today’s #TrainingTips post I would like to cover a problem that is becoming more and more common, ASTHMA.  I’ve written several papers on respiratory conditions and I thought it rude of me if I didn’t share some of my findings.   Respiratory conditions are becoming more prevalent with one in twelve adults and one in ten…

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