Tag: training programme

Pigeon Stretch, Do It Right!

Tom Merrick breaks down the common pigeon stretch, which many people do slightly wrong by not keeping the front leg bent at 90 degrees.     View this post on Instagram WEAK LINKS 😅 . Wow, so this sucks. The V-sit, or even L-sit, is something I’ve never really worked hard at and really just […]

Skylar With An “A” Stegner Motivation!

Skylar With An “A” Stegner is a 23 year old, ex-gymnast who is currently trying to change the face of ‘regular’ workouts, and she is doing a pretty good job if you take a look at some of the clips and videos below. Her workouts look so cool and full of fun!       View […]

One On One With Pro Footballer, Niyati Bharucha

Name: Niyati Bharucha  Age: Older than you think Height: Taller than you think Current weight: Heavier than alternative rock but lighter than heavy metal Current city: London, England Occupation: Discontent Explorer of the Universe What made you get started with playing sports? HAS IT ALWAYS BEEN A PART OF YOUR LIFE? I’ve been into sport […]

Leg Training With Wbff Pro Irina Nesterova

Name: Irina Nesterova Age: 32 Height: 1,68 m Weight: 57 Kg Get a few leg training tips from Wbff Pro Irina Nesterova, as well as her leg workout routine below!   Favourite exercise to target the booty? Hip Thrusts.     Favourite exercise to target the quads? Bulgarian Squats. Favourite exercise to target the hamstrings? Straight Leg Deadlifts.     […]

Simply HIIT, High Intensity Interval Training Explained

If you are involved in some sort of training in the gym you must have heard of the term ‘HIIT‘, most commonly used to refer to a type of cardio.  You may hear people saying that they will be performing 10 minutes of ‘HIIT’ on the stepper or treadmill for example. If you have never heard […]

How To Split Strength And Skill Training In Calisthenics (TOP 3 METHODS)

Gabo Saturno shares some great advice on how to keep your strength progressing and how to train your ‘skill’s or holds that you are looking to achieve (such as handstands, front lever,  back lever or the planche). It can be confusing when starting out with calisthenics and you may be unsure how often to train certain […]

Building Explosive Power. The Benefits Of Improving Your Vertical Jump

When it comes to the NBA, a few names like Michael Jordan, LeBron James, Steph Curry, and Julius Erving have one thing in common: the ability to make vertical jumps of over forty inches. Jumping higher isn’t only necessary for basketball, as athletes in the NFL, NHL, and MLB are always looking to improve their vertical […]

If This Is Your Goal, Start Here! Yoga With Alexzandra Peters Pt2

Alexzandra Peters is a Yoga Instructor amongst other things and she shows some great ways to get started in certain stretches and poses. These starting points can really help you get to the final stretch and to become more and more flexible. Remember though, it takes patience, commitment and consistency :)      Eka Pada […]

My Top 10 Worst People On Instagram By Emily!

You know, the more time I spend on social media the more I realize its just so pointless and wastes loads of time, just watching everyone else live their life instead of focusing on your own, and it just seems to make you do that whether you want to or not. More so when it […]

The Fit Five! 5 Things I Wish I Knew When I Started Calisthenics

When I started out with calisthenics a few years ago, I really didn’t know much about handstands and levers but just started and gave them a try, slowly learning along the way by trial and error. Calisthenics proved to be a lot more fun than the weights for me, but a lot harder as well, as […]