Tag: Fitness

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The future of fitness

Professor Stuart Phillips is Professor at the Department of Kinesiology, Exercise Metabolism Research Group at McMaster University, Canada Which aspects of your current research are proving most interesting right now? The tremendous variability we see in terms of hypertrophy and strength gains. Some people just don’t grow – or get strong – and I’d like to know why. Not that people can’t make gains, but no matter how hard some people work, what they eat, or what programme they are on, there’s never huge positive physiological adaptations. It actually appears that no matter what nutrition or supplements the people I’m…

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Fat Loss Hypertrophy Nutrition

Tom Coleman: What I know

Tom Coleman is a WBFF pro model and USN ambassador. He is based in Essex. My biggest breakthrough Fixing my diet I’ve been training now for more than 12 years and I have always trained in the classic bodybuilder style of using free weights and going heavy. But since I decided to take my training to new heights I have found that changing my diet has had the biggest impact. Consuming the right foods at the right time is the key to pushing to the next level, so long as your training is spot on. I realised I was not…

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Kirk Miller: What I know

Kirk Miller is one of the UK’s leading fitness models and a Physique Elite master trainer. He is based in Coventry, West Midlands. My biggest breakthrough Valuing variety 
There are three things I realised as I became more experienced in the gym, and they all had a huge impact on my physique. Introducing variations in the tempo at which I perform reps, and experimenting more with different rep ranges was very important, plus learning to focus on quality movement patterns and control with the correct weight, rather than just trying to go as heavy as possible all the time. My…

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