Bigorexia

Bigorexia

06/06/2017

By Ben Coomber

Bigorexia is an issue which periodically appears in news cycles, and as it’s appeared again recently it seemed a good idea to jot down some thoughts here.

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Adrenal Fatigue

Adrenal Fatigue

27/12/2016

By Tom Bainbridge

Western medicine which is developed using the scientific method is, in my opinion, one of the greatest achievements we have. It’s not flawless, not by a long shot, but it’s absolutely incredible.

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Ad libitum dieting vs. tracking to get and stay lean

Ad libitum dieting vs. tracking to get and stay lean

02/05/2017

By Polly Thng

Most of you who read my posts will be familiar with tracking macros and the benefits of doing this in order to get lean effectively but what is ad libitum dieting?

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Its pointless being perfect

Its pointless being perfect

16/05/2017

By Guest Author

Extreme leanness and a perfect physique is totally obtainable for many, yet completely unsustainable for most.

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What is takes to get the physique you want

What is takes to get the physique you want

04/04/2017

By Polly Thng

Let's get down to the nitty gritty here and pinpoint some key fundamentals.

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My transformation story by Carl Parnell

My transformation story by Carl Parnell

10/03/2017

By Guest Author

I was always chubby throughout my childhood and teenage years. My parents were amazing, but I was a picky eater and they wanted me to be happy...

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Are meal plans dead?

Are meal plans dead?

31/01/2017

By Tom Bainbridge

I swear if I had a pound for every time I’ve been asked this question I… could probably by something to the value of about £35-£40. OK that wasn’t a really exciting way to start the blog. I’m sorry, but please read it anyway.

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Race fuelling for endurance sport: A review of 3 half-iron distance races

Race fuelling for endurance sport: A review of 3 half-iron distance races

14/11/2016

By Phil Paterson

I competed in three middle distance Half-Ironman events. The choices made when choosing a fuelling strategy for endurance racing are such a key factor in determining performance that I thought it worth sharing.

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Mobility from an athletic point of view

Mobility from an athletic point of view

01/11/2016

By Phil Paterson

When we talk about mobility it’s important we know exactly what we’re referring to. A very basic definition is; “the ability to move or be moved, freely and easily”.

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Is the post workout anabolic window really a myth?

Is the post workout anabolic window really a myth?

16/09/2016

By Tommy Cole

Is there actually any legitimacy to the claims of a post workout window of opportunity to maximise recovery and gains?

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