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  1. How Much Cardio In A Workout to Lose Weight?

    How Much Cardio In A Workout to Lose Weight?

     

    Cassandra Forsythe, Ph.D, R.D, C.S, says that ultimately, “You need to be doing enough cardio to go into a calorie deficit.” Which means you need to b

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  2. HIIT Research on Benefit of Fewer Reps

    HIIT Research on Benefit of Fewer Reps

    Research published in the journal Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise by the University of Stirling suggests that people who do fewer repetitions during

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  3. Bear Grylls Teams Up With Jordan Fitness

    Bear Grylls Teams Up With Jordan Fitness

    The Bear Grylls survival race which kicks off  in August in Cambridge has officially teamed up with Jordan’s Fitness. Who is Bear Grylls? To many Bear Grylls is the face of survival and outdoor adventure. He was a soldier in the SAS where he perfected many of the skills that he teaches today.

    Bear Grylls aim has been to encourage as many people to develop their physical and mental strength by taking part in a series of challenges. The survival race will enter its second year and includes 4 events in Cambridge, Manchester, Edinburgh and London.

    What is the Survival Race?

    The Cambridge event will include jungle,

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  4. British Military Fitness Launches New Qualification

    British Military Fitness Launches New Qualification

    British Military Fitness Launches  a new qualification, British Military Fitness (BMF) don’t like to be thought of as a boot camp so the logo ‘Serious Fun’ probably best sums up what BMF is all about.

    Founded in 1999 by two Army professionals - Major Robin Cope and Sergeant Harry Sowerby as an effective and yet fun way to get fit in the outdoors with others. The idea was to use all the techniques used in the Army and transfer them to ordinary civilians as a way to get fit. The idea really took off and as of today there are 400 classes in more than 145 locations across the UK.

    Why So Unique?

    The training itself requires no equipment but covers all aspects of strength, speed, agility and stamina. To encourage all levels of fitness, groups are divided into different ability levels so you will only be working out with people of a similar level. The types of training on offer currently include group training sessions, army fitness, fitness assessments, sunfit holidays and the major series mud run.

    What About the British Military Fitness Courses?

     In May 2016 BMF has launched a new level four qualification in Strength and Conditioning. This has been designed by BMF academy tutors Mark Wood and Andy

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  5. Use Equipment to Help Your Running

    Use Equipment to Help Your Running

    If you love running but want to improve your performance don’t just focus on the running. It is crucial that you think about adding strength training into

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  6. How To Choose Your Treadmill

    How To Choose Your Treadmill

    Treadmills were among the first indoor cardio machines, and remain enduringly popular to this day. One reason treadmills have remained so popular is their versatility.

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  7. Strength Training Tips for Women

    Strength Training Tips for Women

    Strength training has never been just a man’s game, although the advice on the web seems to be all about the boys and their weight lifting toys! Here are

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