The Real Challenge: Fitting Fitness into Your LifeSeptember 17, 2018
Four Simple Ways to Start Exercising AgainAugust 29, 2018
It’s the time of year when people are searching for simple ways to start exercising again. Whether it’s the end of the indulgence that summer brings or the start of the new school year for parents that have been rushed of their feet over the holidays, getting back into fitness after a break away isn’t easy.
If finding the motivation to get started wasn’t enough, chances are – when you do take the plunge and try to kick start your regime – exercises feel awkward and anything cardio is an absolute killer!
Here at Perform our members are all ordinary people with very different lifestyles and unique needs, but there are some universal ways to make getting back on track easier and more enjoyable. Here are our top four tips:
Maximise Your Metabolism: Resting Metabolic RateMarch 20, 2018
In a new series, Perform Founder, Peter, looks at how understanding your metabolism can help you progress towards your health and fitness goals, starting with Resting Metabolic Rate.
Is Personal Training For You?May 10, 2017
Having spoken to so many current and prospective clients about the personal training memberships we offer here at Perform, we’ve picked up on a few common misconceptions about personal training, what it entails and what is expected of you when you’re starting out.
The majority of clients who search out a personal trainer are looking for guidance in both exercise and/or nutrition because they want to feel better about themselves in some way. This could be to lose weight, improve health, recover from an injury or achieve a personal fitness goal.
The funny thing is, the very thing that people are looking for is something they also use as an excuse not to start. You know, the constant monitoring of progress, accountability, the worry that you’re not fit enough for a PT…
I’m going to let you off the hook here, as it’s perfectly normal to be anxious about the unknown. But there is no need to be. Personal training is suitable for everyone, regardless of fitness level, goals or experience.
Most Common Postural Issues We SeeDecember 1, 2016
2 Most Common Postural Issues We See
So there are 2 major postural issues I see with nearly every client that comes through the doors here at Perform.
5 Common Nutrition Mistakes & SolutionsOctober 6, 2016
5 Common Nutrition Mistakes & Solutions for Fat Loss & Health
All too often these mistakes are holding clients back from achieving their goals…
5 Ways Single Leg Training is Better than Squats!August 19, 2016
5 Ways Single Leg Training is Better than Squats!
Do you do enough single leg training when you are in the gym?
Odds are (especially if you are male), NO!
Everyone loves the big movements, the squats, deadlifts, leg press etc. But in an era of poor hip mobility, bad squat mechanics, bad lower backs, muscle imbalances and injuries galore this isn’t always the best way, or the most effective.
Here are my reasons why you should have at least one single leg movement in your program every week:
Modern Day Warm UpMay 11, 2016
Gone are the days of a 5 minute jog on the treadmill for your warm up. This non specific method genuinely doesn’t do much more to prepare you for your training other than literally ‘warm you up’.
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