The Modern Cycle Of Training (Part 3)

The Modern Cycle Of Training (Part 3)

In part 3 of this blog I am going to discuss what you can do to prevent that continuous spiral of start stop training and the good news is, it is lot easier than you realise. For the majority, the reason training stops and motivation disappears, boils down to too much...

The Modern Cycle Of Training (Part 3)

In part 3 of this blog I am going to discuss what you can do to prevent that continuous spiral of start stop training and the good news is, it is lot easier than you realise. For the majority, the reason training stops and motivation disappears, boils down to too much...

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The Modern Cycle Of Training (Part 3)

In part 3 of this blog I am going to discuss what you can do to prevent that continuous spiral of start stop training and the good news is, it is lot easier than you realise. For the majority, the reason training stops and motivation disappears, boils down to too much...

The Modern Cycle Of Training (Part 2)

My last article was one that described a lot of my clients experiences when it came to training and by reading through the email comments, it seems that a fair share of you have experienced the same. That continuous cycle of feeling determined, training hard, seeing...

The Modern Day Cycle of Training

After speaking to a number of clients and online followers about their training history and experiences I have noticed a pattern emerging. It made me wonder, how many other people have experienced the following: You join a gym, This time, THIS IS IT!! You are feeling...

8 Super Tips For A Six Pack

Guys want them, girls want them, EVERYONE wants that illusive six pack. Pt’s gain clients solely on the promise of being able to deliver them, gyms sell memberships because of all the “core classes” that promise overweight people a dream but how do you actually get...

Can Being Strong Ever Be TOO Strong? Part 2

In the second part of this blog we are going to look at what in my opinion, is the best way for an MMA fighter to train. First off, we need to remember, there are many ways to skin a cat and every athlete will move differently, will have different skill sets as...

Can being strong ever be TOO strong?

How strong is strong enough? What do I mean? I mean, for your chosen sport how strong is strong enough? When do you reach the point of diminishing return? Should a fighters focus be on increasing their their one rep max? Will that cross over to a better performance in...

Give it a go… Just this once

    For a lot of people, a big problem with getting into a regular training regime is beating that mental barrier of actually starting something. A perfect example would be New Years resolutions. How many of us start January off every year with those good...

Set yourself up to fail

If you read my blogs you will know how much I am against pushing to failure.…. MOST of the time. I do believe that pushing the body to a place outside of its comfort zone has its place, after all, in life we will find ourselves in that position every now and then, so...

Circuits… Yes or No? Part 5

Lets use the last blog n this series to go into more details on my system for running circuits. After all, as a coach your main aim has to be improving your clients, not destroying them. I believe there are some simple steps that you can take that can have your...

Circuits… Yes or No? Part 4

I have spent the last 3 blogs basically bashing circuits and outlining why I believe their are superior ways to train. So then why do we offer circuits? Simple: Years of fitness marketing has convinced the average person starting out in keep fit that they are best way...

Circuits…. Yes or No? Part 3

In the third part of his blog I look at Small and Large Group Training. For me, the best option for both the coach and client is Small Group Training (SGT). This involves a group of usually between 4-6 people getting coached at the same time by a trainer. As there are...

Circuits… Yes or No? Part 2

In part one I explained why I am not in favour of circuit training and detailed my reasons for this. In the second part of this blog I am going to look into the first of the other options available to you.   First off. What are the other options? 1. Personal...

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