It's spring and it's officially weight loss season. Take a look around your neighbourhood after work and you'll notice more people outside walking and jogging than there has been for months.
That's because all of these people are in the same old cycle year in and year … [Read More...]
I was in the book store the other day looking for a present for my Dad. Whenever I go into a book store I can't help but have a quick look at the health and fitness section, just to see who's released a new book and if it would be of interest to me. Most of the fitness books … [Read More...]
Squats are one of, if not the best, exercise you can perform to strengthen and shape your legs, hips, thighs, lower back and even your abs.
Yes, they really are that good and should be a staple in your training program.
But what do you do if you experience knee pain … [Read More...]
One year ago last week I underwent surgery to repair a ruptured biceps femoris, otherwise known as a torn 'hammy.'
It's been a long, slow road back. Not that I'm "back" to anything just yet, although I did get through my first unsanctioned powerlifting competition … [Read More...]
Sustaining an injury is a common interruption for the trainee who trains often and consistently. It's also the most frustrating reason to have to postpone your training or spend time resting when your motivation to train is high. Let's face it, who walks into the gym … [Read More...]
I had a great session the other day doing heaps of squats. This got me thinking about how much squatting I do, how much squatting my clients do and how little squatting most people do!
If you want to shape your hips, tone up, build muscle, get fitter and stronger, … [Read More...]