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5 Best Stress Management Techniques

Here are 5 tips for effective stress management to help you lead a more balanced and healthier lifestyle.

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The Best (And Worst) Supplements To Build Muscle

You could be forgiven for thinking you need to spend money on expensive supplements to build muscle. Here are the supplements which are worth your money, and those that are not.

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Do I Really Need 10000 Steps A Day?

Reaching 10000 steps a day is one way to boost your overall health, but is it possible to be healthy without reaching this goal?

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How To Start A Workout Routine And Stick To It

Here are 5 tips from a Personal Trainer to help you keep up your workout routine, even when your motivation is running low.

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5 Healthy Takeaway Meals With Zero Guilt

You don't have to say goodbye to takeaway meals to lose weight. Here's 5 takeaway meals you can enjoy with zero guilt.

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How To Overcome A Plateau

When you hit a strength plateau it can be incredibly frustrating, but with the right approach you can quickly get back on track.

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How To Maintain Strength With Less Effort

Regardless of what hurdles life throws your way, with these three simple steps you can still maintain your strength.

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How Does Caffeine Affect Your Workout?

Caffeine can provide a useful boost to training sessions, but it’s not for everyone. If you’re thinking of introducing caffeine to your gym sessions you need to consider how and when to consume it.

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Weight training such as doing deadlifts is incredibly effective for weight loss

Why You Should Be Weight Training For Weight Loss

Weight training is incredibly effective for losing weight. It helps you lose fat, keep it off and improves your quality of life.

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How Many Hours Of Sleep Should You Be Getting?

Getting enough sleep is important for strength training, fat loss and general health, but how many hours do you really need?

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The Best Protein Powder For Everyday People

You don’t have to be a gym junkie to benefit from using protein powders. But what is the best protein powder and how should you be using it?

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Core Training: The Benefits And Best Exercises

Core training is a vital part of any exercise program. By strengthening your core you will be able to perform everyday movements and lifts in the gym more easily and reduce your chance of injury.

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How Does Drinking Affect Weight Loss?

You don't have to give up drinking to achieve your weight loss goals. It's possible to enjoy a glass or two and improve your body composition.

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Swap It, Don’t Stop It: 8 Foods With Hidden Calories

Making healthier choices doesn’t have to mean cutting out all your favourite foods, even if they are harbouring some hidden calories. Sometimes it’s as simple as opting for lower calorie options. Here are 8 foods which might be making you put on fat and their alternatives to try.

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Should You Do Strength Training With Arthritis?

Strength training is not only safe for people with arthritis, but it is beneficial. It builds muscles which support joints, is low-impact and you can gradually increase the load, reducing the risk of injury or increased pain.

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