Training Basics (55)
Training Partners: Is it Best to Fly Solo?
On the other side of the spectrum from training partners, is the curious case of the lone ranger. Are you destined to walk alone? After all, it's your own responsibility, right? Find out whether you can achieve greatness flying solo and…
Training Partners: When You Need Them & When You Don't
Good training partners are a dime a dozen. They'll either push you to new heights or hold you back with their bad habits and negative ways. Is it time you recruited one, or sacrificed your current guy? Here's the lowdown on.
Training Partners or Going Solo? Part 1
The ultimate article series on training partners: Everything you need to know on whether you’re being pushed to new heights, or your progress killed in its tracks. Revolutionise your training with this guide and learn the path that'll lead to your…
Switch Off Your Damn Phone
This is not in an indepth, scientific article or a complex analysis of some philosophical training method. But the advice, I hope, will hit you like a ton of bricks, and give you the kick up the ass you duly deserve.
The Weight Training Antidote
Why weight training is the best form of exercise on the planet. When you make such a grandiose statement, it stands to reason that you’re going to have to qualify what you’re saying.
7 Strategies for Getting More Sleep
Lack of Sleep?. Impaired performance, lack of sex drive, increased fat storage - here's how to rectify these and other problems through 7 tips for quality sleep.
15 Muscle Building Secrets
When 15 serious weight trainers come together and each shares an invaluable tip for building muscle, it's likely that the key to unlocking your potential may well lie within this article.
Training Tips Goody Bag: Edition 7
This weeks edition is contains more than the additional three tips, and will also draw on some timely reminders about pieces I’ve written in the past that could go some way to helping you progress further.
Training Tips Goody Bag: Edition 6
Wel put an unconventional spin on the conventional ways to perform cardio and how you approach it. Also, why you should address your weaknesses first in a workout rather than leaving them until the end when you're 'beaten up'.
Conclusions of a Gym Observer: Part 1
The gym can stink particularly bad when you've spent too much time in it. With so much misinformation, bizarre training methodologies and bad exercise technique, it's no wonder that many of us come up short when it comes to making progress.
Training Tips Goody Bag: Edition 5
This week we have some tips for kickstarting hypertrophy, along with how to decide on what rep ranges you should be incorporating into your programme; and a key, under-utilised movement that could transform your leg workouts forever.
The Art of the De-Load
What I hope to accomplish with this article is to give you a brief introduction to the concept of de-loading, its purpose, and a simple guide for how to implement it into your own training. In a nutshell: the what, why,…
Training Tips Goodie Bag: Edition 4
In this edition, we take a further look at the potential for injuries, foam rolling, how to structure sets and also the overlooked component of rest to ensure you're firing on full cylinders.