Tag: fat loss myths

I’m no cardio bunny, with a particular aversion to the long duration stuff.  Regardless of the arguments for and against different types, intensities and durations, I’d rather be lifting heavy stuff and doing the ‘meathead’ thing.  That said, I’ve always included some form of cardio training in my programme, because a) I believe it to […]

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I wrote a weekly newsletter for the gym today, the topic being one that seems to be getting a lot of attnetion recently, so I thought I’d share it here also. Here’s my (and the www.w10performance.com) take on conventional cardio vs intervals for fat loss: “We’ll lay our cards on the table from the off […]

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Whether you’re into fitness, or a perhaps a little more reluctant, I’m guessing that you’ve heard about ‘carbs’ – or carbohydrates to give them their full name.  Carbs have been vilified in the modern day nutritional media frenzy.  Unjustly so. We all know carbs are bad for us right?  And we should exclude them from […]

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