There are two types of runners: Actual runners, people that just love running and can find it almost meditative. And then there are those of us that just run for fitness, because we know it’s good for us.

There’s something almost primal about running. We could say it was one of the first ever sports invented by humans, except the competition back then was either hunting you down, or you were hunting them. Either way the loser didn’t make it alive past the finish line. Continue reading WHY YOU DON’T HAVE TO BE A RUNNER TO RUN

To most experts and fitness professionals the prescription for fat loss is pretty simple:

“Do more and eat less”

And almost everyone that trains for body transformation purposes at least, tends to believe this. Although this is true to some extent, and the energy balance equation (calories in versus calories out) is correct; this is a prescription for “weight loss” and not “fat loss”. Big difference. Continue reading Why this ‘expert’ advice for fat loss is wrong

Unfortunately the world is a very unpredictable place. You can’t make your body strip 5kg (11lbs) of fat at the drop of a hat, any more than you can make your shares in bitcoin or the value of your house skyrocket.
In other words you can’t control the outcome, but you can control the behaviours that hopefully give you the best chance of achieving the best outcome possible. Continue reading Focus on Behaviours instead of Outcomes to hit your Fitness Goals

One thing often overlooked in training is your overall weekly gym training structure; Your training ‘split’. Chances are right now you’re following one of a very limited number of ways you could structure your week, and chances are you’ve been doing the same old training split for some time now. Continue reading What’s The Best Way To Structure My Training Week?