Walking is, in my opinion, the most under rated form of exercise there is. I am well aware that there are a lot of trainers and influencers claiming its not 'proper' training and you have to [...]
The underlying principle of core training is one of creating stability. We should be training our core to do two main tasks – protect the spine, and to transmit force between the upper body and [...]
Breathing and breath work has been having a bit of a moment in the health and fitness industry, and rightly so. However, there is a little bit more to it than simply taping one orifice [...]
The 45 degree hyperextension is one of my favourite accessory glute exercises. Working the glute group through hip extension, but with the legs anchored and the torso moving is actually getting the glutes to [...]
There is no getting away from the fact the shoulder is a complex joint. Its vast range of movement variability is a trade off for its instability - in simple terms it's one of those [...]
Why full body workouts win for everything from strength and cardio to mobility and body composition.
'Full body' and 'split' exercise routines are exactly as the names suggest: Full body workouts mean training as much of the whole body as can be reasonably managed in each workout, split workouts mean working [...]
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