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Category: Fitness and Health
All the great articles from the ‘Fitness and Health’ category of the Elite Outdoor Fitness blog all in one place.
See us on the Bought the T-Shirt podcast
Nick talks to Chris Thrall on the Bought the T-Shirt podcast about Elite Outdoor Fitness and his time in 23 SAS.
1 mile Bergen Weighted Hill Reps
Nick explains how to incorporate Bergen hill reps into your training program and what adaptations these sessions will make. How this also effects what components of physical fitness you are
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Masters Training: Prioritising Health
In this article Rob looks at how your physical prioritises might change with age…
Mental wellbeing and physical activity
Nick explains the importance of physical activity, how it can help increase positive chemical hormones in the body that will positivity influence mood, how to deal with stresses and bring
Nutrients and Sleep management for fitness and weight loss
The 4 main compound movements to support running
Nick explains the importance of understanding what 4 main exercises work which primary muscle groups.
Basics How to do press ups and pull ups
Nick explains how a novice or someone coming back into strength training can approach the basic movements to force strength without putting too much pressure on joints.
Nick explains his routine for basic strength and conditioning upper body warm up.
Training and Emotional Balance
Nick explains the generic way that most people train and why lack consistency because of plateauing in training, and thus having imbalance at a hormone level.
Benefits of Layering
We have talked about hitting that generic baseline of fitness but how do you increase and layer on top of that rebounding level?
Dietary Supplementation and Recovery
Dietary supplementation – how it effects recovery and how small changes to your daily lifestyle can influence your training and adaptations
Lose weight and become lean
Nick explains how training just 4 x weekly for 20 minutes can increase your basal metabolic rate, increase feel good hormones and chemicals to aid in becoming very lean.
Nutrition Guides from Mountain Fuel
Mountain Fuel have provided us with some great advice on how to get the most out of your event.
How to do press ups and pull ups
Nick explains how you can approach the basic movements to force strength without putting too much pressure on your joints.
1st Person Mental Rehearsal
The second in a series of short videos that look at how to mentally prepare for any event.
Performance vs balanced food supplementations
How do you supplement your diet, what should you be considering in eating as part of a balanced diet when your training?
Reducing the risk of runner’s knee
Nick explains how he has reduced the likeliness of runner’s knee. A common injury in runners when increasing load and yet it’s easy to mitigate against it.
3rd Person Mental Rehearsal
The second in a series of short videos that look how to mentally prepare for any event.
Nicks Basic Permanent stretching routine
Nick shows you his basic post workout stretching routine, to combat the effects of strenuous training and more specifically weighted fitness.
Goal Specifics and The Achiever’s Identity
The first in a series of short videos that look how to mentally prepare for any event.
Nicks Shocker Session Deadlifts vs Sprints
Nick gives and insight into one of his shocker sessions normally performed twice, this is one of the basic routines to increase capacity mid-way through his training cycle.
In this audio, Speedy shares his experience of racing pressure as a young international runner.