BY: ED HAYNES I’m a big advocate of filming yourself whilst training, with the purpose of specifically searching for asymmetries in movement. You don’t need to be a movement expert to see that one side of your body moves different from another.
By: Liam Carmichael Strength training is coordination against resistance, in the form of overcoming a force to create an adaptation in the human organism. Before taking part in resistance training, it is important to consider why we should perform this kind
BY LIAM CARMICHAEL Why have we added an AEROBIC BUILD session to our programme? Aerobic training is an important part of any program: From an evolutionary perspective, as humans, we are made to travel long distances and sustain work for an extended
By Coach Liam Carmichael Having a solid foundation of quality movement and basic skills before moving to more complex endeavorers is crucial in exercise - Nutrition is no different. Having a solid base of foundational habits and behaviours around nutrition will
We know that there will always be roadblocks, obstacles, and challenges on our journey to self-improvement, and chasing our goals. Some are bigger than others, and at times, these setbacks can have the opportunity to completely derail us from our
Whether you are a member, a business owner, or a coach heading back to the gym after COVID-19 closure, our biggest piece of advice is to COMMUNICATE. If you are an athlete/member, communicate with your coach and with yourself. Your coach
Every Saturday, we programme our Saturday Testers… but why? There is a big difference between “training” & “testing”, and it is important to recognise the difference. TRAINING is something you do to get better at something else. This is what we do