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3 Quick Nutrition Hacks to Help You Achieve Your Dream Body

1. Reset your palate People forget that the majority of food manufacturers don’t care if their product derails your health or fitness goals.  They want to sell you a lot of product and want you to come back for more. This results in big companies putting a huge amount of capital into engineering their products to […]

Get the Jump on Muscle Soreness Post Lockdown

When the gyms reopen in April (hopefully!) one of the first issues most people are going to face is DOMS (Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness) – pain to touch, contract or stretch your muscles which gets progressively worse for 24-48 hours post exercise and stays for up to 7 days.  DOMS is generally accepted to be […]

An interview with Elitas co-founder and personal trainer David Cox

How long have you been a personal trainer? I have been in the industry on a full-time basis for 14 years and have worked with people on a one-to-one, personal training basis for 13 of those years.   What kinds of goals do people have when they come to see you? The majority of people […]


Everybody wants to lose body fat at some point in their lives, and it can be incredibly frustrating for people to work so hard, seeming to do all the right things, yet still failing to achieve the lean physique they desire.   Unfortunately, the barrier for entry into the fitness industry is abysmally low and […]

What is Osteopathy?

One of big questions I always get asked in clinic is… “What’s the difference between a Physiotherapist, Chiropractor and Osteopath?” Well, to be honest, in modern conservative therapy, osteopaths, physios and chiropractors will (generally) all work in a very similar way. Historically, there are philosophical differences in our practices, but in modern practice, we all […]

Beware the bad coaching and poor programming: Why training is superior to exercise

People who seem to make the most progress in the gym or in their exercise regime always seem to follow a plan or structured routine. Training should always aim to specifically improve your body through overload and progression.  Whether that is improving the ability of your body to handle stress, to resist fatigue, generate more […]