When you return to fitness, training or competition there’s a temptation to go full-blast right from the start. Almost without exception, this isn’t a good idea. Follow these tips to ensure your return to sport is a pain-free one!
Core exercise is a hotly debated topic in strength and conditioning circles. Ignoring opinions, we've looked at the research to provide you with 5 evidence-based core exercises that every athlete should be doing in the gym.
With the new year being a time for new starts, it’s the idea time to overhaul your gym work. Break your training down and look at the fundamentals of strength training again.
Weight sessions are used by many athletes, across different sports, because of the great benefits that they offer for injury prevention, recovery from an injury, and increasing your speed and strength.
If you’ve missed the gym and want to return to strength training, why not follow the advice of our very own Nathan Kennedy as he guides you through two different workouts…
In this article we’re going to share best practice on returning to the gym, showing you how you can make your return to weight training safe and effective.
Don't let isolation stall your training. Keep moving with this quick and effective no equipment, small space workout from KYMRIA Brand Athlete and Men's physique competitor Nathan Kennedy
How to use plyometric exercises to your advantage and increase your power without bulking up
Personal trainer Keith McNiven explains the 7 biggest fitness mistakes that people tend to make.
Not just for Weight-lifting! Muscular power helps us climb stairs and run for the bus. It will help you win at team sports and improve your general fitness. Find out how and why to train for improved power
Women often avoid weight training for fear of becoming too manly or muscly. This myth is stopping women getting the best from their training. Learn from Kelly Holmes and other successful female athletes who have incorporated weight training into their programs for explosive workouts and lean, powerful bodies.
If you have been running consistently and still struggle to increase your pace or distance covered, weight training could be your answer.