training

By Paul Stevenson As a personal trainer at the Clean Health Fitness Institute, I regularly deal with clients who have to travel regularly, or who go on holiday during my time training them. Clients often find it frustrating when they come back from a trip and feel as if they are right back at square…

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By Paul Stevenson Nutrient timing relates to the timing of our meals, with specific reference to the nutrients consumed around the workout or better known in the industry as ‘peri-workout’ nutrition. Firstly, it is important to understand where nutrient timing sits within the overall hierarchy of factors that contribute to dieting for body composition results….

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The seated behind the neck barbell military press is an exercise that has fallen out of favour in recent years. It is typically associated with shoulder injury and impingement. However a healthy shoulder joint should be able to press behind the neck and I often use it as a diagnostic tool with a broomstick during…

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By Isaac Davidson When choosing your personal trainer, especially when it’s comes to an online personal trainer, the quality of the program and specificity to your goals in which they provide you with is one half of the difference between you producing draw dropping results and seeing no change at all. The other half is…

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