Periodisation is the planning or organisation of a training regime to reach peak performance at exactly the right time, for an event, competition or other purpose.
Where is my rest muscle and how do I train it? Resting your muscles the right amount can be just as important as training your muscles.
Progression, or Progressive Overload, is often overlooked, but is absolutely necessary if you want to continue to get stronger and fitter over time.
I’ve written a lot in the past about the correct weights for your goals, the right number of sets and reps, and the frequency of training.
One of the first things you need to consider when you start training for muscle is the exercises you are going to utilise.
There are any number of terms and phrases in the health and fitness world that get bandied about by both clients and professionals.
I’m going to try and do something a little different with this blog post. I want to explore the topic of abdominal muscles and their visibility in a much greater detail.
No sooner do we take the decorations down, the long-winter nights begin to shorten and our thoughts turn to the summer.
Dropping body fat quickly is the silver bullet for many people. Whether it’s dieting (which obviously everyone loves doing), fasting or just managing your weight, either for an event or an upcoming holiday, at one time or another, everyone will want to drop their body fat.