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When it comes to core and abs training, most people have an unhealthy addiction to working the muscle at the front of the abdomen – rectus abdominus. Let’s remedy this and build a three-dimensional core instead.  

Let’s examine and discuss the merits of the most popular workout paraphernalia so you can decide whether you need it or not.

15th Dec 2017

HIIT for Christmas!

With the holidays so close, many people assume it is too late or they are too busy to even contemplate starting (or even maintaining) a fitness program. However, with HIIT training you can squeeze in a significant amount of training to gain great results in a relatively short period of time. 

What more could you want this time of year?

Lean out and increase your fitness before Christmas with HIIT training…. A great gift to yourself!

There are innumerable ways you can split up your training. Each one works – at least to some degree. However, some are definitely better than others. Some splits work well for almost everyone who uses them, whereas others seemed to be designed to fail. 

Struggling to carve out the abs of your dreams? These medicine ball exercises may just be the answer to your problem! 

When it comes to getting stronger, there are a number of rules you have to follow. These rules will ensure your hard work doesn’t go to waste, and that you get the best results possible from your training. Those rules alone are worthy of an article all to themselves, but here’s the simplified version:

Any new workout will produce dramatic results, and that's partly why high-intensity training produces such favourable physical changes. However, if you only ever do this type of workout, your fitness will plateau, and your weight may increase. Use interval training, HIIT, Tabatas, etc. but don't forget that they are just one part of the holistic fitness and health model.

Leg training doesn't have to be high-tech to be effective. So long as you choose demanding exercises and work hard, you can sculpt and tone your legs anywhere and anytime. All it takes is determination, commitment, and plenty of effort!

Do this workout once or twice a week to counteract what a lot of experts call sitting disease. It’s a low intensity workout, so you should have no problem doing it on rest days between gym workouts.

If you are stuck in a lower body development rut, and regular squats aren’t providing you with the results you want, try one of these five variations.