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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lose weight and get fit in your home gym

Category : John Davies, Training, USP Labs

In the now seventy previous editions of the “USPlabs Iron Day” we have provided readers a broad selection of training plans to reflect their goals. Each Friday we offer the “USPlabs Iron Day” a free workout, by reader request and follow up with a full supplement protocol on Facebook. To cast your vote on what type of workout you would like to see simply send us a message Twitter (through either a “DM” or the “@” function) or Facebook and we will randomly select through all suggestions.

After much consideration this week’s episode of the USPlabs Iron Day will help you lose weight and get fit in your home gym. This workout is specifically designed for those with minimal equipment, such as two very light dumbbells or using body-weight movements.

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five rules for the lifelong athlete

Category : John Davies, Training, USP Labs

One of the great errors in many circles within the exercise community relates to a notion that one group is better than another. From young bodybuilder’s chasing their competitive goals, to those waging war on obesity or the middle-aged seeking to better the quality of life, there is “no better” group and should be respected. This has led to many great errors in the exercise community, often complicated by the media that can be one dimensional and directly the opposite of the golden age of the iron-game.

 

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avoiding the problem of adaptation to exercise

Category : John Davies, Training, USP Labs

Likely the two greatest concerns for iron-game enthusiasts is injury and avoiding adaptation to exercise. Each of these can derail the best of plans and cause athletes of remarkable potential fall well short of their goals. Though certainly careless neglect can be the root of some injuries, often the small overlooked points that give rise to poor patterns of movement and technique are the culprit.

 

Avoiding this problem flies straight into issue of a dedicated lifter as it only natural for adaptation to occur during the many years of training. Simply stated, as you spend time honing iron-game craft you can be assured that adaptation will occur and further concern must be placed upon repetitive stress syndrome.

 

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dietary secrets for the real world

Category : John Davies, Training, USP Labs

The line between a establishing “healthy habits” and obsessing over the minutia is often blurred in this modern exercise community. I respect each individuals wishes, though realise it is often shaped in the formative years through the fitness media, but exercise and for that matter a proper diet is meant to add value to the quality of your life and quite often many confusion “dedication” to a very one-sided lifestyle.

 

 

Unfortunately most are victimised by the exercise sector, including parts of the exercise media that outright deceive their readers with a false presentation of lifestyle, and are conditioned like Pavlov’s dogs to drive to the gym to walk on a treadmill or exist with highly restrictive diet.
 

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recovery techniques plus Kettlebell training

Category : John Davies, Training, USP Labs

The greatest error within the sport training and exercise sector is insufficient time dedicated towards improving muscular recovery. This mistake is the polar opposite of the elite levels of sport where teams and world renowned coaches realise that recovery and regeneration is one of their most important concerns and shepherd their athletes programs accordingly.

 

Though methods to enhance recovery are relatively straight-forward, in-truth very few comply properly and lagging results serve as evidence. However those that target recovery and regeneration will be significantly closer to realising their goals.

 

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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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