Nick explains his routine for basic strength and conditioning upper body warm up.
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.
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 – how it effects recovery and how small changes to your daily lifestyle can influence your training and adaptations
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.
In this video Andy tells us how Elite Outdoor Fitness RTG has helped with his training. https://eof-videos-public.s3.eu-west-2.amazonaws.com/andy-testimonial.mp4
Nick explains the best way to build strength and conditioning into a runners schedule and how to start using basic compound movements.
Nick looks at consistency when starting to run for the first time.
Mountain Fuel have provided us with some great advice on how to get the most out of your event.
Routine: Its hugely important to build a daily and weekly routine in so you know when you are going to train, when you are going to eat and drink and sleep to allow you to mentally prepare yourself. Ensuring each session is easy and manageable will help you to not worry or be overwhelmed by
The key elements of training when you are wanting to start running for the first time in your life is very important to get right, most do not have the knowledge or the correct coaching to get this part of training correct. These three (3) short videos will help you on your way. If you
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.
Nick shares his reasons for training, his motivation throughout his life and how he focusses on his own training goals .
When cyclist, Marc, decides to push himself by entering an Ultra run, he leans on EOF to train him and keep him motivated.
Want to get fit (or stay fit) but don’t know how? Craving the support of others to help you progress your fitness? Want daily contact with professional fitness coaches to help keep you motivated and answer your questions? Yes? Read on! We know how hard it can be to juggle work and family commitments, let
Motivation and consistency are probably the most important factors to consider when wanting to get fit or progress as an experienced athlete. For most, the daunting prospect of getting fit and changing their lives seems like a huge challenge. It is not and it does not have to be. As long as you have realistic
All professional athletes visualise winning. It is another important motivational driver. Creating a mental image of something positive and motivating such as winning a race, doing a personal best or crossing the finish line for the first time will provide the edge to push that little bit harder. This can and should be applied to
Training Load Fitness is gained from stressing the body, and multiples systems within the body, to force adaptations to make the body more capable next time it’s stressed at that level. This is also called loading. The ultimate goal for most athletes is to have a strategy to capture the right amount of load at
How can you use maximum heart rate to identify the zone you should be training in?