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What Comes First – Cardio or Strength?

What Comes First – Cardio or Strength?

There is plenty debate about training cardio and strength in one gym session. The most popular question asked is: what comes first? Is there value or consequences in training one before the other? You may not considerate it significant, but it if you want to take your training seriously, it is! I prefer to keep my cardio sessions separate to my strength training. If you’re

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Falling in Love with FitBit

Falling in Love with FitBit

I’ll admit I’m a bit of a gadget snob, and the first to criticise those on the market for their respective flaws – insecure clips, pedometers that measure steps, not distance, and complicated back-ends that make you feel like you’re entering the Matrix just to track your steps. There is a new little gadget – or range of gadgets rather – that is in my

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Your Strategy Against Cellulite

Your Strategy Against Cellulite

I don’t know about you, but there’s nothing I dislike more than when you’ve been slacking from the gym for a few days, willpower has been low on the eating front, and you now have that less-than-desirable jiggle in your step. You know the one. When climbing into my jeans starts to feel like pushing mince into sausage casing I know it’s time to get

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On the Rebound! The Exercise Your Body Loves

On the Rebound! The Exercise Your Body Loves

Rebounding is getting serious attention as an awesome way to keep fit. It’s fun, there are plenty of moves for you to practise on it, and it only requires one piece of equipment. It’s also a perfect at-home option for exercise, great for mums or those who’d prefer to exercise in private. Even better, rebounder training is great for joint health. It is low-impact and

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3 Moves to Get You Fit FAST!

3 Moves to Get You Fit FAST!

Short on time? I TOTALLY sympathise. With my busy schedule I always seem to be wishing for a 25-hour day, and this can make regular training a real challenge. If you’re short of time, try the training method of the future – hard and fast. Whilst steady-state training may have its benefits, a shorter, more intense workout forces your body to tap into fat storages

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