• Fat kids – why and what to do about it.

    Posted on 28th September 2011

    Walk down any street in the UK these days and you can not fail to notice that our children are getting fatter and unhealthier every year. Why is this and what can be done about it? Some factors are discussed…

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  • Lean muscle – Nature verses nurture

    Posted on 4th September 2011

    I read an article the other day that discussed the poor physical condition of an actor that was playing the part of Conan the barbarian in the latest film. The article went on to say that the film casters would have been…

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  • 5 Best basic (gym based) exercises … probably!

    Posted on 19th August 2011

    This blog is intended to show what I consider to be the basic compound exercises that the average person should concentrate on for best general results. I deliberately have not over complicated things by delving in to specifics for various…

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  • PFP athlete wins BNBF Welsh Figure competition

    Posted on 17th July 2011

    Lucy a Precision Fitness & Performance (PFP) member entered her first ‘figure’ competition in July 2011 and won it. She had wanted to do something like this for a long time and after winning has well and truly caught the bug, she…

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  • Paleo nutritional presentation – PFP at Crossfit Plymouth

    Posted on 19th June 2011

    Earlier this month (June 2011) I was kindly invited back to give a nutritional presentation to Crossfit Plymouth UK. This was my 4th lecture down there and has become a regular and very enjoyable couple of hours. They are a…

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  • Healthy breakfast – but what is healthy?!?

    Posted on 6th June 2011

    Mum says that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. As usual Mum is right! If we eat a good quality nutritious and ‘life giving’ breakfast it sets us up correctly for the day, however if we eat…

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    Posted on 30th May 2011

    ‘If a person trains through a full range of movement (ROM) and is structurally balance do they need to stretch?’ I posted this question on FB recently and got some different views ranging from ‘stretching is 100% necessary’ to a…

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  • LESSON LEARNT – a client sorts me out!!!

    Posted on 18th May 2011

    I recently wrote a blog explaining my view on vegetarians called ‘Vegetarians – The right idea but the wrong application’. I presented the argument for and against (but mainly against) vegetarianism in the form of a conversation between a vegetarian and…

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  • Vegetarians – The right idea but the wrong application!

    Posted on 8th May 2011

    I was watching a nature documentary the other day about monkeys or apes or something, anyway, one of them had killed a young deer but had fail to bring it back to the rest of the group to eat. The…

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  • Run yourself – FATTER!!!

    Posted on 1st May 2011

    “Right, that’s it, I’m turning into a bit of a porker. I better get a grip and do something”. This thought is normally followed by a surge of so called ‘cardio’ and cutting back the calories. Hit the treadmill and cut out fats!…

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