I recently came across a post on social media from a well known fitness 'influencer'. They stated that "If your coach has a coach, it's time to get a new coach". If the endless posts showing off their own abs, badly plugged products and tired fitness tropes wasn't enough to put me off them, this … Continue reading Does Your Coach Need a Coach?
As promised in last week's article on lunges, here is the follow up piece looking at the split squat. If you missed part one, you can find it here. Starting with the standard split squat there are similarities with the positioning of the lunge. Split your feet far enough that you can reach the floor … Continue reading Split Squats
Well, when it's a split squat of course! I get asked quite frequently what the difference is between a lunge and a split squat, so I thought I'd take the time to clear it up here. I'll also talk a little about the different versions of both you are likely to encounter, and which could … Continue reading When is a lunge not a lunge?
Rather predictably, as the UK currently melts in unprecedented temperatures, I have been asked several times today how people should be training in the heat. So here goes! 1. Choose your time. It's a pretty good idea to train in the early morning, or late evening in the summer. This will obviously enable you to … Continue reading Feeling HOT HOT HOT!
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