Tag: training

How often you should exercise is a question everyone faces when it comes to training, and it’s an important one. The answer, as it often is, is ‘it depends’. We are all completely different and we need to find out what works best for us given where we’re at and what our goals require of […]

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Right. Here’s the good news. When it comes to training frequency, more is not necessarily better. How many times per week you exercise is dependent on various factors, such as your goals, nutritional status and training history, not to mention practical things such as the time you have available. For non-specific fitness goals where it’s […]

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I have this conversation A LOT.  The mainstream personal training industry is seemingly obsessed with corrective exercise, and too much so in my view.  Yes, there’s there’s a body of trainers who write crappy, injury inducing programmes, but they’re the other extreme (or are they??). I’m not saying it’s not important, I’m just suggesting that […]

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Thought that title might have you intrigued and limbering up. Freedom of movement is first and foremost about longevity.  Most people don’t need to be Yoga flexible to stay injury free (no, they don’t), but most could do with more mobility and flexibility work in their programs.  Why?  Poor mobility and flexibility adversely affects posture, […]

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