Cooling Down After Training

There are several components to an effective workout; a general warm-up, workout brief (if you are in a coached session), a more specific warm-up, the working components of the session, and the cool-down. All components are essential. However, most attention is often placed on the former parts of the session. In many instances, only one … Continue reading Cooling Down After Training

Slow Cooked Meatballs

Rich,Meaty, tasty meal the whole family will enjoy. Ingredients: Meatballs: 500g Mince 1 large Onion Sauce: Tinned tomato Garlic Fresh Parsley Dried Thyme Dried Rosemary Gem Squash, Butternut or Sweet potato. Method: Mix the chopped onion into the mince and shape into balls. Cut the Gem Squash in half and scoop out the seeds. Layer … Continue reading Slow Cooked Meatballs

It’s Not About the Numbers

Science is based on numbers, and nutrition is a science. Any meaningful science must be measurable, observable and repeatable, and that’s why using numbers when dialling in your nutrition can be so helpful. However, it’s not about the numbers. I know, that’s a blatant contradiction. Especially given the attention we’ve provided to macronutrients and how … Continue reading It’s Not About the Numbers

Strategies to Beat the Weekend Binge

During the week, you care for your nutrition like a boss. Your fridge and pantry are stocked with good food choices and because you lead a busy life you have food prepared. You eat when you’re hungry and might even be keeping an eye on portion sizes. You’re motivated to care about your health and … Continue reading Strategies to Beat the Weekend Binge