Nutrition for team sports

Nutrition for team sports

13/09/2016

By Alana McConalogue

Whether you play sport as part of a team or not, the nutrition needed to perform optimally is very much individual and comes down to no one else but yourself to nail it!

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The rundown on HIIT and LISS

The rundown on HIIT and LISS

23/08/2016

By Viktor Strom

I´m back with my second article for BTN and today I will cover a really interesting and debatable topic – HIIT and LISS.

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Training principles for building muscle

Training principles for building muscle

15/08/2016

By Ben Coomber

From recreational lifter to professional, strength athlete to bodybuilder, gaining strength and causing muscular hypertrophy are both goals which will be emphasised throughout different parts of a training career.

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Person-centered Coaching

Person-centered Coaching

11/07/2016

By Simon herbert

Women are different to men in a few ways, their body structure, hormones, physiology, and the way they approach getting in to shape.

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Fat adaptation for endurance performance, is it a thing?

Fat adaptation for endurance performance, is it a thing?

03/05/2016

By Troy Martin

There’s been quite a bit of debate in the world of endurance sport over the past few years about whether or not a high fat low carb diet is better for endurance performance due to increased fat oxidation.

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Photoshoot, Physique Competition or Both?

Photoshoot, Physique Competition or Both?

24/05/2016

By Polly Thng

One of my passions as a coach is to help clients improve their self esteem by encouraging weight training and healthy eating as a means of improving confidence and body composition.

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Protein for athletes

Protein for athletes

28/06/2016

By Troy Martin

Protein is about the one thing in nutrition that most people agree on, to some extent at-least. For years, athletes have been aware of the importance of protein for performance.

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A coach is only as successful as their clients

A coach is only as successful as their clients

21/01/2016

By Ben Coomber

In recent times in the health and fitness space there has been a strong evolution and focus towards evidence based practice towards nutrition and training.

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Idiots guide to lean gains

Idiots guide to lean gains

27/06/2017

By Troy Martin

Let’s face it, most people go to the gym to change the way they look and if the above aesthetic is what you desire then who am I to judge?

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8 ways to STOP yo-yo dieting

8 ways to STOP yo-yo dieting

04/07/2017

By Ben Coomber

Weight loss is simple, eat less. We hear it all the time in fitness, but as we all know, it’s not as simple as that.

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