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    News — random thoughts

    Are you doing all it takes to maximise your gains?

    When it comes to training and body composition, the saying “ you get out what you put in” couldn’t be further from the truth. If you aren’t prepared to put the hard hours in at the gym even on the days you don’t fancy it then you can’t expect to see the changes in your physique and/or strength that you are looking for. The same goes for your diet.

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    Do waist bands help you to burn more fat?

    If I wore a headband and did a hard cardiovascular gym session do you reckon I would lose any fat off of my head?

    No, me either. However some people wear waist sweat bands around their stomach thinking it’s helping them burn more fat around the mid section. It’s no different to my head band except for my headband also protects my eyes from sweat 😎

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    Be consistent for consistent progress over time

    Thoughts for the weekend. If you want consistent results be consistent. You can't attend the gym three days one week, one the next and none the week after and expect to see progress. Just like you can't eat everything you fancy, have no idea about the amount of calories you consume and expect to drop fat/gain muscle. Be consistent. Enjoy your bank holiday everyone make sure you don't set yourself back over the next few days.

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    Should you be doing exercises you don't enjoy?

    This post is more of an open discussion. Feel free to share your thoughts/views, I’m interested in all opinions.

    The other day I was having a conversation with a client. This client doesn’t enjoy single leg exercises. In fact if she had her way she would probably only do hip thrusts and glute exercises. Luckily she has me to advise her otherwise. Anyway let’s stay on topic. I explained to her that in my opinion you can’t only do the exercises you like if you want to make progress.

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