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How your lack of sleep can stop your muscle growth

 

How important is sleep?
It is something most of us would agree we need more of, but how important do you think sleep is to your health? A healthy human adult will spend around one-third of their life sleeping, and it’s during this time that both mental and physical r...

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Be better than average

Just a quick post this morning on mindset and how it impacts what you get out of life...

Motivation

Let’s face it, no one wants to be average. Average is so boring and doesn’t get to enjoy the finer things in life.Only about 2% of people enjoy the finer things in life.

The other 98% are stuck at an...

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Survive The Battle Of The Germs

Survive The Battle Of The Germs

This Winter Knowing the danger zones is the best policy for avoiding illness….well that & washing your hands.

A recent study was done in London using an ‘ATP Luminometer’ to find out where these germs are hiding out.

Basically, the higher the reading, the more germs they found!

Supplements To Take Or Avoid?

Vitamin C (YES) It protects against cell ...

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Meditate your way to bigger Muscles

Meditation and muscle building are far from conventional training buddies. For most people a sincere cross legged headspace session sits on the opposite end of the spectrum.

Research found that subjects who meditated for five minutes a day have significantly lower levels of stress hormone cortisol in their blood which helped to improve their...

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Transform The Way You Train Your Cardio With Rowing

Transform the way you train your cardio

Try the rower. A quick high intensity rowing session can lift your mood and fitness levels higher than any other piece of cardio equipment

Perfecting your rowing technique.

1.       TECHNIQUE. Your flow of movement is keg. Push off with your legs first, then pull with your arms.

2.       POWER. Your legs should generate 60% of the force, your body 30% and your ar...

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