Author: Ed Pilkington

When it comes down to making improvements in the gym, we know that Progressive Overload (improving on previous performance) is king. Although, when going about this people often only focus on two variables, increasing weight and/or reps. An often-forgotten variable is in execution. It may...

When approaching the end of a hard fat loss phase, whether you are preparing for a show, photoshoot, or even a transformation check point, energy levels can be low and it can be tempting to reduce the weight you are using to get the reps...

The Mind-Muscle Connection refers to the feeling you get from a muscle working during an exercise. The thought behind it being that, due to movement be controlled by the brain, the more you can focus on contracting the working muscle, the more of a stimulus...

Here are 5 reasons why you could benefit from working with a coach: Objectivity – a coach will tell you the truth. It can be easy to be swayed by your own emotion when evaluating yourself and friends and family are normally too concerned with...

As one of the largest muscle groups in your body, your glutes have a massive impact of your appearance, strength levels and athletic performance – making training them an essential part of your programme!⁣ ⁣ Being made up of three muscles – Gluteus Maximus (the largest muscle...

Giant men in singlets competing to move unthinkable weights may not be what you normally see at your local gym but there should be more similarities in your training than you may think. Here are 5 things that all gym goers could learn from Powerlifting:⁣...