When it comes to physical fitness, bulking is always an interesting topic - and many people struggle to understand how to do it efficiently and how it can impact the mind. This article, following on from a recent discussion on diet, will explain more.
What is bulking?
In the context of exercise,
Mindset is arguably one of the key aspects of how we live our life. Our mindset can control how we approach every situation, our emotions towards it, and most importantly, how to act after it, to deal with the outcome, whether desirable or not.
The power to adapt
Mindset is closely linked
In the simplest sense, a supplement is something added to something else in order to complete or enhance it. In the context of sport and fitness, supplements can be used to enhance bodily functions and aid growth within the body. There is a range of different sports supplements available today,
Sleep is something that is very underrated in the modern world. I, myself, fall victim to lack of sleep the majority of the time. The importance of sleep may seem minor to some, but it is an integral part of growth within the body and also a very important factor
Is timing of meals an important factor? Should you eat directly after exercise? What happens if we eat straight before bed - will eating too late cause weight gain? Choosing the right time to eat has been a topic of discussion for quite a while, with much debate on whether
As a personal trainer, something that I think about a lot of the time is which training split is best? Which one will affect your body the most? Which one will help to increase muscle mass, or to shred fat, and get you the results that you are after?
As we tentatively step out of what, if I recall correctly, is now lockdown number four (feels more like 104) and with gyms opening, it’s important that you really understand the link between diet and exercise so that you can hit all your body and health goals going forward.
Metabolism describes the process of the body expending energy and burning calories. Metabolism relies on the nutrients you consume in order to convert it into energy and the body will use that energy to breathe, circulate blood, repair cells and functions.
Metabolism can be fast, slow, or ‘average’ – it depends