How to lose fat and build muscle

How to lose fat and build muscle

10/07/2017

By Troy Martin

I hear this question a lot, but people seem to somewhat misunderstand what they are asking for.

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How to stay motivated

How to stay motivated

18/07/2017

By Guest author

When you’re trying really hard to get fit, stay fit, lose weight, transform your body, lean up it can feel like a big slog.

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Why the fitness industry is wrong on weight loss

Why the fitness industry is wrong on weight loss

24/07/2017

By Troy Martin

There’s a lot of myths and misunderstandings surrounding fat loss, body composition or weight (muscle) gain but much of this just overcomplicates it.

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10 ways to be healthy

10 ways to be healthy

05/09/2017

By Troy Martin

We can bang on about 24-hour energy balance, calories in versus calories out, the benefits of consuming a bolus of protein every 4 hours to stimulate muscle protein synthesis or why the carbs in your diet aren’t what’s making you fat.

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How to lead a healthy Life

How to lead a healthy Life

26/09/2017

By Tom Bainbridge

If you’re reading this, you’ll probably be here for one of two reasons: You read the BTN blogs all the time (and if so, thank you, your support means the world) OR someone who meets criteria 1 asked you to read it, because I asked them to at the end

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Here’s what every nutrition coach needs to know...

Here’s what every nutrition coach needs to know...

03/10/2017

By Tom Bainbridge

It’s fair to say that you don’t need to go to university to be able to help someone eat a little better, but there are still some things that I feel are essential for your understanding of how nutrition works.

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The worlds #1 investment secret

The worlds #1 investment secret

10/10/2017

By Tom Bainbridge

If you want to get ahead in life, there are a few things that are pretty hard to negotiate, and one of those is to make sensible investments.

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Intermittent fasting – do or do not?

Intermittent fasting – do or do not?

14/11/2017

By Troy Martin

Basically, IF is a means of reducing calorie intake, or increasing per-meal portion sizes for the same given calorie intake by not eating for a period of time. There are some other benefits to be had from IF that are often overlooked because they aren’t sensational enough. Appetite control is one such benefit.

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The risks of eating dairy - the facts

The risks of eating dairy - the facts

28/11/2017

By Tom Bainbridge

If you pay attention to nutrition and health bloggers, you don’t have to look very hard to find someone making the claim that dairy should be removed from your diet.

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Which vitamins and minerals are you most likely to be deficient in?

Which vitamins and minerals are you most likely to be deficient in?

05/12/2017

By Troy Martin

On nutrition blogs you will see a lot of about the macronutrients: how to set a macronutrient-tracking based diet, the benefits of optimizing muscle protein synthesis, carb cycling and lots more.

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