Content Definition Cortisol and Stress Cortisol and Fitness Conclusion and Top Tips Definition of Cortisol Cortisol is a steroid hormone that your adrenal glands produce and release. Adrenal glands are
Have you been training for an extensive period of time?! If so, a good recovery is vital. But how and when do you do this effectively!? Here, Nick explains the
So, your training has gone well, you’ve done a successful pre-event de-load and competed in an event. What next?! Here, Nick explains the most effective ways to recover following a
Your training is going well, then suddenly you’re knocked off course with an illness! As annoying as this is, it happens to all of us at some point. With so
Bergen or weighted fitness training is incredibly effective in supporting you to meet your overall fitness goals, but you need a strategy! In this video, Nick covers some expert tips
Strength and conditioning training is essential in supporting you to meet your overall fitness goals, but how do you ensure you maximise your efforts?! In this video, Nick covers some
Nick explains how to increase your weekly mileage, how this can affect your overall fitness gains, how you can deploy progressive tactics with supplementary training, am pm sessions and managing your expectations.
Nick shows a good way to reduce, fix or help discomfort of shoulder impingement
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.
In this video Nick explains the importance of adding accountability to your training to ensure you are accountable or feel accountable for the training and progress you are making; how
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.
Nick explains the best way to build strength and conditioning into a runners schedule and how to start using basic compound movements.
Nick explains how you can approach the basic movements to force strength without putting too much pressure on your joints.
The second in a series of short videos that look at how to mentally prepare for any event.
How do you supplement your diet, what should you be considering in eating as part of a balanced diet when your training?
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.
The second in a series of short videos that look how to mentally prepare for any event.
The first in a series of short videos that look how to mentally prepare for any event.
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.
Nick explains how to progress when training, specifically in strength and conditioning. Most people don’t reach their potential when starting from the basics.
Nick explains how basic strength and conditioning training will help you lose weight, get lean and feel good without spending lots of time training.
In this audiobook Nick covers the basics of running kit. What’s running kit essential and what’s nice to have?
The arctic is a stunning environment to operate in, the skills and drills you learn there are massively transferable. Things can take a little longer to do, so your personal
This audio book explains the bodies systems and how the influence how we train and race