Andrew Blakey

5 Common Mistakes Beginners Make When Starting A Gym Routine

All too often, we start working out in the gym, only to make the same mistakes that thousands before us have also made. Take a quick read to learn about the 5 most common mistakes that occur in the gym for beginners, and what you can do to prevent them. Let us know what you think about our list!

The Reason Why Fitness Programs Need To Be A Priority In The Workplace

With businesses all looking at ways to boost productivity, it’s no wonder that workplaces are beginning to implement various fitness initiatives to help their employees be healthier and happier at work. Exercise can help improve mood, associate your workplace with positive emotions, and become overall better employees.

My Personal Experience With Intermittent Fasting – Days 1 – 7+

We are all looking at toning up and getting ready for the summer months ahead of us. Although their is lots of conflicting evidence on whether intermittent fasting works, in this blog post we talk about it and our personal experience in following this time restricted eating protocol!

How # of Reps Are Impacting Your Results In The Gym

When beginning to workout at the gym, one of the common questions we get is “how many reps should I be doing?”. In this blog post we talk about how different rep ranges allow you to target different training goals. Whether your goal is to tone up, gain muscle, or be able to run further. This post will allow you to get a starting point for beginning to workout in the gym.

Free-weights Vs Machines – What’s Better?

In this blog post we look at the pros and cons of both free weights vs machines. Both have their uses and their place in the fitness world but which will benefit you more now, as well as in the long run?

How This One Tip Can Help You Reduce Injuries and Lift More!

Hey Guys! I know how frustrating it can be to not be increasing your weights as much as you’d like. Try following this tip to hopefully get to where want you be with your lifts! By following this tip you should be able to greatly reduce your risk of injury as well as increasing the amount of weight you can lift both short term and long term. Muscle adaptations occur over time and by increasing the activation of your muscles you will only see an increase in your performance!