What the Egyptians can teach us about training and nutrition…

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Of the seven wonders of the ancient world, only the Great Pyramid of Giza remains. An estimated 2 million stone blocks weighing an average of 2.5 tons went into its construction. When completed, the 481-foot-tall pyramid was the world’s tallest structure, a record it held for more than 3,800 years. So, pyramids have a strong pedigree! You are probably thinking …

Walking on fire, stepping on stage, triathlons and the Daily Mail – 2016 A Year In Review

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In many respects 2016 was a terrible year. Looking at the goings on in the wider world then it was what the Queen would call an annus horribilis. Celebrity deaths, Brexit and Trump getting elected are all events which caused great turmoil for many people. In my little bubble, however, 2016 was a good year. Not quite an annus mirabilis …

Deloads – Do Less Get More (Occasionally)

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Wanna make gainz and take name(z)? It’s all about going full beastmode bro. No days off! I’m kidding, of course. Sure, you need to lift heavy and often and keep on top of your nutrition but, constantly beating yourself up in the gym is actually one of the worst things you can do. Planned properly you really can get more …

The Irish Strength Institute Symposium 2016 – A Review

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I recently headed over  to Dublin with my colleagues, Theo, Joe and Alejandro for  the Irish Strength Institute Symposium – July 2016 This was an awesome two days of learning from Eoin Lacey, Eric Serrano and John Meadows. Below is an overview of the scheduled talks: Day 1 1. The Gut Microbiome and its role in Body Composition (Eoin Lacey) 2. …