The Three Pillars

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When trying to build a better body, lifestyle and environment are pretty much one and the same thing. To get the best results it cannot be achieved by the training alone. In fact there has been research to show that a common trend with increased activity is to increase calorie consumption. Here are 3 pillars […]

High Intensity Interval Training – HIIT

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If you are looking to burn sugar and lose fat especially around the tummy then HIIT training is for you. If you’re looking to feel good in mind and strong in body here are 8 reasons to HIIT and Burn. 1) Aerobic fitness. Aerobic fitness is a measure of how effective your heart and lungs […]

Is a Black Belt on Your Bucket List?

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I’m approaching my 4th decade on this earth and while my wisdom is growing stronger, the aches and pains are more frequent then ever. Exercise and lifestyle objectives have overtaken my previous 20 year focus of career and money. I’m starting to realize that the next 20 years will be a progressive deterioration to this […]

Learning BJJ – Jiu Jitsu is the “human chess”

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The warm-up is integral for avoiding injury and getting your body used to BJJ positioning. It depends where you train and can vary from Yoga, to human centipedes. Don’t be the lazy one fiddling with your Gi in the change room trying to avoid shrimping. The instructor will notice and you might be demo dummy […]

Just How Often Should I be Getting My A*se Kicked?

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It’s a common complaint after training: ‘I was doing OK in the first 4 rolls but in the 5th I got annihilated…”. This is usually accompanied by a sad face and the throwing of rash guard on the mats. The reaction is a symptom of never being satisfied with our performance – and it’s a […]