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3559 Posted 5 Days Ago in: Training

Tabata Training: What It Is and How You Do It

Tabata is another form of HIIT exercise that is much shorter but highly effective due to the intensity it puts your body under.

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3557 Posted 10 Days Ago in: Nutrition

Is eating insects the future of sustainability?

Insects are everywhere, but would you eat one? We discover the benefits of eating insects; for sustainability and for our nutrition.

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3556 Posted 11 Days Ago in: Training

Warm Ups: How, Why, What?

Warm ups are the foundation of every exercise that not only promote better performance, but aid recovery after exercise as well. Here's why you should stop and warm up before immediately hitting the weights at gym.

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3555 Posted 12 Days Ago in: Nutrition

Healthy Food Trends 2018

Forecasted nutrition trends in 2018

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3554 Posted 12 Days Ago in: Training

Fitness Trends 2018

Forecasted fitness trends for 2018

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3552 Posted 24 Days Ago in: Training, Nutrition

Win New Year's Without The Excess

New Year's, for some, offers the daunting prospect of having to get raucous when all you really want to do is stay at home and treat it like any old day. But there are other ways to celebrate the coming of the New Year without getting too overboard. Here's how...

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3551 Posted 27 Days Ago in: Training

Goal Setting Done Right

Setting goals is easier said than done... and so we bring you a few ways to become a master of the art.

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3550 Posted 31 Days Ago in: Nutrition

Inventive Ways To Use Christmas Leftovers

You've made all this food for Christmas... too much. And here's how to use leftovers in healthy ways the next day without wasting.

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3549 Posted 33 Days Ago in: Training, Genetics, Nutrition

Have You Got Everything You Need For Gym?

Getting yourself into the gym is only the first step... what's just as important is accessories you can use to boost your performance. Here's what you need to get off to a flying start!

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3529 Posted 38 Days Ago in: Genetics, Nutrition

A Genetically Guided Christmas Dinner

This Christmas you'll be faced with loads upon loads of tasty foods, but is there a way to do it genetically guided?

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3528 Posted 40 Days Ago in: Training

Training Tips During Holiday Season

Holidays are here! Which means a lot more socialising and a lot less time spent training, right? Wrong! Here are a few helpful tips to ensure that you still have a whole lot of fun while keeping your fitness levels at their peak.

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3526 Posted 45 Days Ago in: Genetics, Nutrition

Should You Eat Breakfast To Lose Weight?

Breakfast, should you or shouldn't you? We investigate the value of eating a big breakfast in order to promote healthy weight loss.

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3525 Posted 47 Days Ago in: Training, Genetics

Training To Your Genes: Mixed

Your power/endurance profile can give you a deep insight into the way to get the maximum results out of your training by adjusting to where you fall on the spectrum. This week, we focus on mixed bias and what this means for you.

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3524 Posted 49 Days Ago in: Industry News

DNAFit Supports Dame Kelly Holmes Trust

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3523 Posted 52 Days Ago in: Nutrition

Striking a Balance Between Festive Fun and Your Diet

The holiday season has almost arrived, even though you may not have noticed! But how do you stick to your diet and make the most of a time when it's all about socialising and relaxing a little?

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3522 Posted 54 Days Ago in: Training, Genetics

Training To Your Genes: Endurance Bias

Your power/endurance profile can give you a deep insight into the way to get the maximum results out of your training by adjusting to where you fall on the spectrum. This week, we focus on endurance bias and what this means for you.

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3521 Posted 59 Days Ago in: Nutrition

Why Do You Eat More When You're Tired?

Eating when you're tired isn't a new thing, but why does it happen?

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3520 Posted 61 Days Ago in: Training, Genetics

Training To Your Genes: Power Bias

Your power/endurance profile can give you a deep insight into the way to get the maximum results out of your training by adjusting to where you fall on the spectrum. This week, we focus on power bias and what this means for you.

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3519 Posted 66 Days Ago in: Training, Nutrition

How To Stop Weekend Bingeing

The weekend is the time when we all get relaxed, and maybe a little too relaxed with our diets, but it's important to realise that you can still enjoy yourself and keep on track by making a few slight adjustments.

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3518 Posted 68 Days Ago in: Training, Genetics, Nutrition

Strength, Cardio, and Body Composition

Physique means a lot to people who start training. They either want to lose weight or build muscle, or find an ideal middle ground, here we discuss what you can expect to get out of strength training and cardio.

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3517 Posted 73 Days Ago in: Nutrition

9 Healthy Recipes For Busy People

The days are getting shorter, but you need to make every minute count - especially when you want to stay healthy and focus on your nutrition. This is why quick, easy, and healthy meals are essential.

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3516 Posted 75 Days Ago in: Training, Genetics

The Sauna and Your Recovery

The sauna has always been a go-to for many people who work out, but what does it do for recovery?

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3515 Posted 80 Days Ago in: Nutrition

How I Learned To Stop Hating And Love Veggies

We need to talk about vegetables...

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3514 Posted 82 Days Ago in: Training, Genetics

Do You Have To Do 10 000 Steps A Day?

Ever since wearable devices became the norm for anyone wanting to stay fit and track their progress, 10 000 steps per day has widely been regarded as the benchmark for activity levels, but is it necessary to stick to this to stay fit?

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3513 Posted 87 Days Ago in: Nutrition

Tips To Cut Down On Sugar

Sugar is prevalent in many foods and many of us cannot resist it because we've become so accustomed to eating it throughout our lives, yet we know that it is unhealthy. Cutting out sugar altogether is a steep challenge but we have come up with a few tips to help you get started.

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3512 Posted 87 Days Ago in: Training, Genetics, Nutrition

Are You Eating Too Little?

You're training hard, you're dieting, you want to lose weight and get toned but something's not right, and you aren't getting the results you think you should be. It could be that you are eating too little...

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3511 Posted 89 Days Ago in: Training, Nutrition

Stay Active At Your Desk

Many of us spend so much at our desks that we forget that we need to stay active. Try these techniques to boost your fitness during time spent sitting down during the day!

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3509 Posted 94 Days Ago in: Training, Nutrition

Calories: Are You Eating Too Little?

There's a lot of talk about restricting calories when you want to lose weight, but you need to be careful of how you restrict them because there are unintended consequences linked to not eating enough and not getting enough fuel for your training.

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3508 Posted 96 Days Ago in: Training

Weightlifting vs Calisthenics

Using your body to gain inner strength or relying on external weights to build muscle, which is better?

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