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Winter warmer

Winter Warmer

I’m a big fan of nutritious dense stews full of protein and carbs. They’re easy to make in bulk and are a fantastic winter warmer for the cold nights. This recipe is packed full of protein and fibre so ideal for an evening meal, especially after training. Winter Warmer Chop up 3 white onions, 2 […]

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Salmon

Honey & Chilli Salmon

Fed up of having that afternoon slump after a high carb lunch? Looking for fresh, tasty new meal ideas that’ll help improve concentration as well? This chilli Salmon and mixed veg dish ticks all those boxes. Give it a try. Salmon Place Salmon fillets on to a tray coated with tin foil.  Before placing, lightly […]

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Trap Training

Trap Training

How do you structure your training? More specifically, how do you structure your trap training? If your goal is bigger traps, there are some simple ways you can modify you existing programme to stimulate growth.  Trap Training Frequency Frequency is key. Loading the spine on a regular basis will force the body into adaptation. These adaptations […]

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Plateau Busting Methods

Plateau Busting Methods

I believe that we can always progress given we structure our training properly. If a client ever hits a sticking point in their progress, I have a few plateau busting methods in my tool box. You’ll never beat the basics, but here are a few methods that are as brutal as they are fun.  For most […]

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Chicken Pie

I watch far too much of the food network. Instead of being addicted to Game Of Thrones or Power like a normal person, I have re-runs of Jamie’s 15 minute meals on repeat all day, every day. As this is the case I suddenly had the urge to bake a pie. I’ve never done it before, […]

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Spicy Lamb Meat Balls

Lamb is a very much overlooked food when it comes to “dieting”. This is usually because it’s higher in fat in comparison to chicken and turkey. Despite this being the case, it’s very important to cycle your meats and so lamb would be a great addition to any diet once or twice a week. This […]

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Prawn & Sweet Potato Loaf

I’m not going to lie, this was very much an empty the fridge of ingredients and see what happens type of thing. I didn’t plan it, but it turned out tasty so here you go. This is a great alternative for your usual meals and goes great with a fresh leafy green salad. It’s also […]

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Banana Bread

A great man once said “If you’re not bulking, you’re sulking”. If you want to put on muscle, you need to eat a lot of food, lift heavy weights and sleep a lot. You can complicate it all you want but if you’re not doing that you’re leaving yourself short. This is a recipe I […]

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