No excuse for being late on this weeks blog, I was so prepared, I had this written on Wednesday, but then we slipped into the black hole in the space time continuum which is the week between Xmas and New Years. I just didn’t realise what day of the week it was. I’m currently packing … Continue reading Whats your New Years Resolution?
So here I sit, a day away from my first competition in 18 months, several failed comeback attempts later, an achilles operation under my belt, but still trying. Getting to the first competition seems like a bit of a result in itself, but a result equivalent to successfully escalating only the first step of an … Continue reading Surviving the Journey aka. The perils of Negative Feedback
Callipygian Definition: having well shaped buttocks Synonyms: Bootylicious, bumtastic, callipygious, rumpalicious (Props to Mitchell Wilson of tnt-coach.com for expanding my vocabulary) The Quick Hack If you’ve seen your physio, or done some self-diagnosis, and found that your glutes aren’t working, it can be a slow process to move back to full function. But it doesn’t … Continue reading Glute Manifesto (part 3) – Hacking Callipygia
The most important meal I ask this question because (and I’m not going to add references here) most of the research I’ve read seems to be predominantly observational, so any time eating breakfast is associated with lower body fat levels you can’t really separate that from the fact that the same people who eat breakfast … Continue reading Who decided breakfast was the most important meal of the day?
So I nearly made it through week one of training.... Its amazing as an athlete how quickly you can go from on top of the world to lower than Barry White’s voice. And more often than not, the cause of this sudden drop will be injuries. Injuries suck, and the problem is they seem to … Continue reading Dealing With Injuries