In this article we’re going to look at DOMS, how it’s caused and how we can minimise the muscle damage and effects from weight training and general exercise.
A lot of people get half marathon training completely wrong, often because they don’t give it the respect it deserves. Here’s how you should train for a half marathon based on what the science says.
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.
In this article we’re going to show you how evidence proves exercise and activity can be used to boost mental health. It’s been a tough year, so let us show you how there’s a way to improved mental health via fitness.
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.
Coming back to training after a break can be daunting. Doing it the right way, balancing injury prevention, motivation and recovery is key.
For most of us, training volume and intensity significantly slows during the Christmas period. Here's what to consider when starting back after a Christmas break!
Training just the Christmas period can be hit and miss. Here's how to make it a hit! It’s an article aimed at those of us new to this and worried about how Christmas may affect performance goals.
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.
The core is key to running form. It provides power transfer, stability and injury prevention. We'll show you how to build a core strength training programme for running.