Tag: Core training

Why don’t you make us do sit-ups at W10?

 

Sit-ups are probably one of the most commonly prescribed, so why don’t we use them often at W10? Are they un-safe? We probably wouldn’t go that far, although leading back health researcher Stuart McGill thinks so. McGill states that sit-up...

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Telegraph feature: Do we need core training?

 

Check out our feature in the Telegraph titled ‘Do we need core training? http://fashion.telegraph.co.uk/beauty/news-features/TMG11026089/Fitness-Truths-Do-we-really-need-core-training.html "Abdominal training, or core training to give it is a more popular name, divides opinion more than perhaps any other aspect of fitness. Some people will...

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Our view on 'Core' training at W10 Personal Training Gym

Our view on 'Core' training in today's ES

 

Those who are familiar with our Results Based Fitness approach and goal specific programs will be aware of longstanding view on 'core training' and the overemphasis that's been placed on specifically targeting the 'core' or the 'abs' - for both...

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Worth a read: The Primal Blueprint

 

We've all just finished reading The Primal Blueprint by Mark Sisson and would thoroughly recommend it to anyone who's interested in their health and improving their fitness. It's a very easy read, giving plenty of good information but without preaching,...

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Core Training Myths - W10 Personal Training Gym

The Core Training Myth

 

An interesting article written by leading health and fitness writer and journalist Peta Bee quoting some of the leading researchers in the areas of back back and injury rehabilitation. We are not posting it here because we are anti-Pilates, but...

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