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Not a fish person? You might want to reconsider.Omega-3 Fatty Acids (abundant in fish and seafood products) have been shown to treat or prevent a myriad of health conditions. So many, in fact, that most experts agree that there are likely numerous undiscovered benefits of consumption waiting to be acknowledged by researchers.

Diets come and go, but one that has really survived the test of time is intermittent fasting. Intermittent fasting, or IF as it’s known, simply means purposely skipping meals. This is usually done for weight loss purposes, or to provide the digestive system with a break from constantly processing foods.

A very large percentage of adults will, at some time, experience back pain. This will hopefully be mild and infrequent, but could be serious and debilitating. Good lifting technique, developing and maintaining a strong core, avoiding too much sitting, and good posture can all help reduce your risk of back pain. But, sometimes, back pain just happens.


So what’s the big deal with collagen, and does it provide the health benefits the bros at your local gym or crossfit box love to brag about during your morning sweat sessions?


26th Sep 2017

How to fix your bloat

Feeling puffy and water-logged? These tips will get rid of that bloated feeling and have you on the way to better digestive health 

Your glutes really are a crucial body part and no matter your fitness goal, deserve the same degree of attention as all your other muscle groups. Whether you train them as part of your legs or have a specific glute day, with regular training, you’ll soon start to reap the benefits of stronger, more shapely glutes.

Whey Protein is often associated with muscle gain - but what you may not know is that it is essential for fat loss too! 

Obey these guidelines and you’ll soon be on your way to developing shirt-stretching arms you can be proud of.


If there is one training secret that everyone needs to know, it’s this: Hard work conquers all! Many people are far too quick to label themselves as skinny-for-life, a hard gainer, an exercise non-responder, or naturally fat and, as such, quickly become self-fulfilling prophecies.


The average couple gains 10-15 lbs during their first three years together. Afterwards, it’s not uncommon to see an additional 1-3 lbs a year, especially after age 30. And while many couples resolve to lose weight together, it’s not always so seamless.

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