October 12, 2017

Here’s Why You’re Still Fat Even Though You Exercise Regularly

Most people start exercising to lose weight. Many spend hours a week at the gym and still have trouble shedding fat. You may see the same people sweating profusely on a cardio machine week after week with no change to their physique. After a few months (or a few weeks) of hard work, most give up when the results aren’t matching the effort. There are a number of reasons fat loss may be stalled, but […]
September 14, 2017

Pump Up the Volume

In order to progress to your full potential, it is essential that you mix up your training routines. Simply plodding out the same old workouts, year in, year out, is a surefire way to find yourself perched on a stagnant training plateau. Volume training is a superb way to blast the muscles with some insane pumps and shift your training up a gear. It’s easy to get stuck in a training rut. You devise a […]
September 7, 2017

Take the Guilt Out of Your Summer Cocktails

  Your training is going well so far this year, your diet is on point, motivation is high, the gains are… gaining; now the weather’s glorious, you’ve found a little time to yourself, you’re feeling happy. It’s time to relax. You fancy a little drink or two; the perfect accompaniment to a successful week. The problem is, you can’t quite switch out of training mode. You’ve got the bug. That little niggle just keeps eating […]
August 31, 2017

Opposites Attract: The Benefits of Training Opposing Muscles Groups Together

  There are countless ways to set up a training split. Some people train the full body together, others prefer to isolate individual muscles. It’s common to program a major muscle group with an accessory muscle such as back and biceps. But one style of training that is undoubtedly underutilized is working opposing muscle groups together through antagonist supersets. Antagonist supersets are workouts used to train opposing muscle groups back and forth. You alternate between […]