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Strong and properly functioning glutes will serve to improve your performance in any activity involving hip extension (e.g. squatting, deadlifting, running and jumping) and help prevent pain and injury from occurring to the knees and lower back. The gluteal muscles are made up of three separate muscles that make up your butt! These muscles […]
1> The nutritional value of a food is not only determined by the quantity of nutrients within the food you eat, but also by how well your body is able to break down and digest that food. The amount of times you chew, acid levels in your stomach, the mind state you are in whilst […]
When most people think of strength training, they think about the visual impact: building more muscle, losing body fat, changing body shape, etc. What they don’t realise is that the physical changes that we see are just the tip of the iceberg. The real benefits (which scientific research has now demonstrated) are far greater than […]
1) Muscle turns to fat once you get older. This one really grinds my gears and a little piece of me dies whenever I am confronted by somebody asking me whether I worry that my muscle will turn to fat once I get older. Muscle turning to fat is akin to plastic turning to […]
1) If you eat the same food item everyday, try to opt for a higher quality product and look to go organic (true organic that is) wherever possible. Pesticides, fungicides and sprayed chemicals are generally harmless in small quantities but they do build up in the body over time thus increasing the likelihood of them […]
Volume 11 – 15 11) Stop chasing the rainbow! “I’ll be happy when… …I have a six-pack …I can bench more than my mates …I am a size 10 …I am skinny.” The list goes on. Trust me when I say most people will never be truly happy when it comes to their physique, […]