Peanut Butter Porridge with Peruvian Cacao This is not your average 'porridge for breakfast' but a antioxidant rich meal to serve the demanding needs of an athlete as well as those dedicated to healthier living, to which I add that no athlete will...

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Pomegranate Raspberry Overnight Oats The simple yet profound truth is that no athlete will reach their potential if they fail the manage a nutritious diet. It truly is that simple and for all the promising athletes that fell short of their...

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Raspberry Banana Overnight Oats No athlete can achieve their promise if they fail to manage a proper diet. Simple, yet profound and any suggestion otherwise is nonsense for without the proper dietary support the utmost potential...

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Blueberry Overnight Oats No athlete can achieve their promise if they fail to manage a proper diet. This simple fact is equally a trying realisation for many as for decades proper dietary habits have rarely been emphasised...

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Recipe: Porridge, Eggs and Courgette Food is fuel to serve the demands of athletic development. Whether one is at the height of sport or a young athlete with dreams of the next level without the proper fuel no athlete can reach their...

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the ultimate secret to building muscle mass

Category : John Davies, Training, USP Labs

The “great” secret of adding significant muscle mass is that, despite many decades of print articles and legendary strength-athletes, there are no secrets. Building mass, “getting huge”, is an elixir of a commitment to the iron-game, a relentless attack within the weight room, a properly balance exercise plan and a solid diet and supplement regime.
 

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speed, power and fitness needs for Rugby

Category : John Davies, Training, USP Labs

In was is likely the single greatest problem of most training regimes directed towards Rugby, the basic truth is that it most programs are a “hand me down” from other sports that are deemed as “similar” to the uneducated eye. Though this is an easy error to make from the broadest of broad notions for those whom never played the sport, Rugby is unlike other contact sports with very unique requirements.

 

Without a doubt training to excel in Rugby requires an intense commitment to sport specific techniques, tactical development and decision making abilities that includes team play along with more direct, easier to identify, physical attributes. This is significantly different that other sports where athletes “off-season” training involve only a surface level, if that, of technical and interplay with fellow players as within Rugby it should be a factor within each workout.

 

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bootcamp classes with Kettlebells to improve recovery

Category : John Davies, Training, USP Labs

The most common omission in training plans is insufficient time dedicated to improve muscular fatigue. This goes completely against the grain of exercise plan developed by a experienced, successful coach who knows a properly designed training regime strategically targets recovery.

 

Regrettably, mainstream exercise circles as well as upper reaches of athletes rarely devote sufficient time to recovery and results languish. However, by emphasising methods to improve recovery the overall effectiveness of training will dramatically improve,

 

With that said, whether your goals are to improve athletic performance, lose weight or general health you are more likely to achieve your goals by placing significant emphasis upon recovery.

 

A well designed exercise and dietary plan will make use of the following three broad approaches to improve recovery and accelerate results.

  1. Contrast showers, Ice and Epsom salt baths, massage therapy
  2. A balanced dietary approach (see “simplicity”) and supplement regime that includes Modern, PowerFull, Super Cissus and Prime and given a proper diet includes carbohydrates, particularly for athletes with high work threshold demands, Anabolic Pump.
  3. A balanced exercise regime that stresses range of motion and work threshold development within a broad capsule to ensure optimal recovery.
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Leg training plus INTENSE GPP

Category : John Davies, Training, USP Labs

Through the now sixty-one previous editions of the “USPlabs Iron Day” we have been able to provide our readers a broad array of training regimes to reflect their goals. Whether interest lay in strength and bodybuilding pursuits, weight loss, needs of the military and law enforcement community or athletics, these training guides can serve as a tremendous blueprint towards goal achievement.

This effort came about due to radically improved technology that allows us to communicate with readers to which we are ability to quickly respond to their needs. With an open line of communication via Twitter, Google+ and Facebook we have been able to provide up-to-date information on efficient exercise approaches and ensure all readers utilize USPlabs products just as I have to their utmost.

This commitment to providing information has taken a tremendous leap forward with the very recent release of the USPlabs | Ultra Premium Supplements educational library which houses considerable videos on proper exercise technique and suitable for virtually every method of training. As we push forward with the USPlabs Iron Day we will be making great use of these videos and I invite you to share with your friends.

As per our original intent of the USPlabs Iron Day, each Friday we will provide a daily training program (per reader choice), with a follow up supplement protocol on Facebook. Readers would cast their vote via Twitter (through either direct message or the “@” function) or Facebook and decide the topic.

Our choice for this week’s comes via Twitter:

Leg training plus INTENSE GPP

 

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key cycling tips

Category : John Davies, Training, USP Labs

The sport of cycling is without a doubt experiencing a tremendous growth worldwide, capped this past week with Bradley Wiggins being the first Brit to claim the sports premier event, the Tour de France. The popularity of cycling is due to a number of factors beyond simply being fun but certainly owes some of its growth as it as obviously an environmentally friendly approach to commuting that equally is healthy. The frontier of cycling is vast and though purists will utter hushed memories of the legendary “The Cannibal”, I believe the sports worldwide popularity is virtually in an embryonic stage compared to where it will be a decade from now.

 

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John Davies is available on his personal page on Facebook , Renegade Training™’s, Google+, Renegade Training™ on Google+ as well as well as Tumblr and Twitter and his daily blog for USPlabs.

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  • Montréal, Canada: 3 – 5 August
  • London, England: 18 – 19 August (afternoon session only, morning sold-out)

Pre-order John Davies new release The Mark of R part 3; THE LEGACY | Coming 1 September, 2012

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