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A Genetically Guided Christmas Dinner

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3528 Posted 3 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 8 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 10 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 12 Days Ago in: Industry News

DNAFit Supports Dame Kelly Holmes Trust

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3523 Posted 15 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 17 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 22 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 24 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 29 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 31 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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