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Build your base

One of the key elements of a proper periodised training programme commonly followed by elite and professional athletes is a preparatory period of exercise called base training.

One of the key elements of a proper periodised training programme commonly followed by elite and professional athletes is a preparatory period of exercise called base training.

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The school of CrossFit

CrossFit is an interesting phenomenon. It has so many positive qualities and influences on the people who do it, as well as those who are influenced by CrossFitters, be they competitive or merely recreational athletes.

CrossFit is an interesting phenomenon. It has so many positive qualities and influences on the people who do it, as well as those who are influenced by CrossFitters, be they competitive or merely recreational athletes.

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Focused Training: Hanging Leg Raises

Hanging leg raises will without a doubt stimulate your abdominal muscles but you need to combine this exercise with a solid eating plan if you want to reduce bodyfat and develop a ripped midsection.

Hanging leg raises will without a doubt stimulate your abdominal muscles but you need to combine this exercise with a solid eating plan if you want to reduce bodyfat and develop a ripped midsection. The importance of strong abdominals cannot be over emphasised if you want to excel in any sport because they play a massive stabilising role. If you ...

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Lighten the load

Bodybuilders are known to be associated with obsessive-compulsive behaviour, never missing a workout because taking a break from training does not gel with the “go hard or go home” ethos of the iron game.

How to prolong progress, reduce injuries and stay on top of your game mentally De-loading is an often overlooked concept in today’s world of all-or-nothing weight training. Bodybuilders are known to be associated with obsessive-compulsive behaviour, never missing a workout because taking a break from training does not gel with the “go hard or go home” ethos of the iron ...

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