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Sports magazine fitness resolution

Sport Magazine feature: Resolution Rules

 

Expert trainer and owner of W10 Personal Training Gym Jean-Claude Vacassin talks New Year resolutions, and launches his four-week guide to getting back on the fitness wagon. “I’ve been around for enough ‘New Year, New You’ cycles to have a...

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W10 Red Magazine Article - W10 Personal Training Gym

A great testimonial to W10 - Featured in Red Magazine

 

Red Magazine Article: "When an email popped into my inbox, exhorting me to sign up for my gym’s Tough Mudder team, a competition which bills itself as ‘the toughest event on the planet’, I casually thought, ‘why not?’ It was...

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Featured in the Telegraph - 'Train not Drain'

 

"When it comes to exercise and nutrition, there are plenty of methods, systems and expert opinions about what, how much and when we should be working out. Some will assert that four times per week for fifteen minutes will do...

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Featured in the Telegraph - Women's Fitness

 

With promises of 15-minute fat loss workouts, two-minute routines and adverts for the latest workout trend or craze guaranteed to get you in shape in double-quick time, the world of women's fitness is a minefield. But how much of this...

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Featured in the Telegraph : Fitness Truths on Protein Shakes

 

Should you be drinking protein shakes? "If you exercise, chances are you're aware of protein shakes and their role in aiding recovery and boosting results. In fact, even those with an aversion to exercise are likely to have come across...

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Featured in ES Magazine: "Carbs on the catwalk"?

 

"Jean-Claude Vacassin, founder of W10 Performance Gym, is convinced that ‘people are bored of fad diets’. Vacassin, whose old-fashioned attitude to carbs has attracted a clutch of Victoria’s Secret models and former Pussycat Doll Ashley Roberts, says: ‘The problem is...

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Featured in the Telegraph - "Are you over training?"

 

How often you should exercise is a question everyone faces when it comes to training, and it's an important one. The answer, as it often is, is 'it depends'. We are all completely different and we need to find out...

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Featured in the Telegraph - "Are you running yourself fat"?

 

The issue of cardio has become a hotly debated area in recent times.  It’s becoming increasingly confusing.  Should we, shouldn’t we, how much should or shouldn’t we?  Traditional steady state cardio has had some bad press in recent times with...

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