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10 Entries Found with Category = Nutrition
  • Written By

    Colin Gentry

    Category

    General Fitness, Nutrition, Personal Training

    Posted On

    11 October 2016

    From whey to ZMA, gym goers are spoiled for choice with pills and powders. Personal trainers need to cut through the marketing jargon for their clients and consider to these must-haves

  • Written By

    Colin Gentry

    Category

    Nutrition

    Posted On

    30 August 2016

    Whether you’re a vegetarian, vegan or simply not a fan of the red stuff, there are plenty of alternative natural sources of protein to choose from.

  • Written By

    Colin Gentry

    Category

    Nutrition

    Posted On

    23 August 2016

    By switching a few ingredients, you can greatly reduce your calorie intake without compromising on flavour. These handy dupes can mean more protein, less sugar and better sources of fat.

  • Written By

    TRAINFITNESS Support

    Category

    Nutrition

    Posted On

    10 August 2016

    There is a lot of buzz around the benefits of smoothies, but just why are they so good? In the post below we’ve outlined three key benefits of smoothies and we’ve also written a FREE smoothie recipe ebook which you can find here:

  • Written By

    Hannah Tyldesley

    Category

    Nutrition, Personal Training

    Posted On

    14 June 2016

    When it comes to curbing the sweet tooth, we're never short of choice. The 'healthy snacks' market is every growing, be it bountiful berry or sumptuous salted caramel, there's a company out there that has got it covered. One thing we have found though, is that it can difficult to determine the good sugars from the bad, the natural from the unnatural. To conquer these queries, we've compiled a list of our 5 favourites...

  • Written By

    Hannah Tyldesley

    Category

    Nutrition, Personal Training

    Posted On

    18 May 2016

    We’ve all been there. You invite your favourite group of friends over for dinner, spend hours salving at the chopping board and steaming at the oven only to be informed last minute that one awkward friend has made the decision to go ‘gluten free’. Once an unheard of choice is now more fashionable that the latest Prada. You’re almost an anomaly if you’re not gluten free. Supermarkets hold back entire isles for ‘free from’ products and most restaurants mark clearly and proudly their ‘GF’ options. But unless diagnosed with a disagreement, how beneficial is this Gwyneth Paltrow inspired change?

  • Written By

    Charlotte Clarke

    Category

    Nutrition, Personal Training

    Posted On

    10 May 2016

    I’m Charlotte, a Vegan Bikini Fitness Competitor and Health and Fitness Blogger. For the last five months I have undergone competition prep to compete for the first time as a Bikini Model. In terms of training, it is essentially bodybuilding. Sound scary? Thought so! Do not fear, this does not mean that my physique is going to switch from petite dancer to Arnold Schwarzenegger overnight.

  • Written By

    Richard Scrivener

    Category

    Nutrition, Personal Training

    Posted On

    29 April 2016

    10 Healthy Eating Tips and Tricks from Richard Scrivener

  • Written By

    Lee

    Category

    Nutrition, Personal Training

    Posted On

    18 April 2016

    Making that first step to transform your body can be tough! I know the feeling! The past 5 years have seen me undertake and coach many body transformations.

  • Written By

    Richard Scrivener

    Category

    Nutrition

    Posted On

    11 April 2016

    Once we understand that our body is made up of billions of tiny individual cells and that these cells collectively are responsible for our health, it becomes very clear that an unhealthy body will have a difficult time losing fat, gaining muscle, driving up energy levels, thinking with greater clarity, possessing better skin and hair, having fewer colds and ills and generally performing positively.