Welcome to my personal Blog. All articles are based on my own personal experience, opinions and research.
The future of the human race is a physically fit, strong and healthy senior demographic. Senior fitness is huge in the USA and Asia with both parts of the world boasting a healthy long living retirement/senior demographic. The trend is slowly catching on in Ireland and the UK but we have a lot of catching up to do judging by these statistics...
Portion size has been linked to obesity, health issues with being overweight and mortality. And its not just portions of bad food either, most of us (me included) are used to having generous portions of healthy food too.
I come across it all the time, clients and gym members ask me how to get stronger at or how to do chin-ups/pull-ups. First of all lets start with basics, Do you know the difference between them? Do you know that they are actually two different exercises? Do you know which is more difficult to perform and why? Ummmm......no? Well ok, let me hit you with some knowledge!
The word Core training gets thrown around a lot in the gym these days, more and more in recent years. People constantly say I'm training the core or I'm hitting core in gym without truly understanding which muscles they are training and why. Referring to your mid-section simply as the “core” is a vast understatement.
The purpose of this article is not to shock or sway your views on steroids but you help you understand and debunk the myths and truth about training natural training and training with illegal anabolic substances.