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If you hear any of these bro science myths, rest easy knowing that you don’t have to fall victim to these ridiculous notions any longer.


Sitting for long periods could be the biggest threat to your health. Long periods of sitting have been linked to poor health, weight gain, non-specific back and neck pain, diabetes, heart disease, cancer, and dying prematurely. How can something as seemingly innocuous as sitting be so bad for you? Let’s discuss!


So often the market is saturated by fat loss products claiming to take weight off fast. Unfortunately many of these products are either inferior or too expensive.. There are ways to utilise your budget to improve your diet without breaking the bank! Here are some tips to keep a healthy diet and wallet!


The classic 21’s drill has been tried and tested by many hoping to increase their bicep game - but what happens when your body gets used to this method and technique? Enter the 28 method - taking 21’s to a whole new level with 4 ‘sets’ of 7 reps continuously!


Carbs have received some bad press over the years, but the simple fact remains that the body cannot survive without them. So, what's good, and what's a big no-no?

It’s become super popular. Hollywood starlets do it. Why should we all be doing a morning detox? Or is it a waste of time?


Many programs utilize the overhead squat and it has become an increasingly mainstream exercise in the last few years. But does that mean you should be doing it too? Let’s take a look!

These alternative exercises are surprisingly versatile and can give you a real tough workout that’s different from the standard run of the mill training session.

Most people are aware of the physical benefits of exercise and are also possibly aware of the health related benefits that reduce the risk of chronic conditions. However, are you aware of the benefits exercise can have on mental health? Numerous studies have been conducted that show that exercise can assist with depression, anxiety and other forms of mental health issues.

When it comes to strength training, longer limbs can make some exercisers harder. Often described as “bad levers”, having long limbs can make some exercises more difficult, less productive, and sometimes even dangerous.  The point of this article is to identify why and where long levers may be problematic and how you can work around them to get the best training results possible.