Archive for September, 2011

UNDERGROUND – Attacking For Tone/Mass

Posted by:

Continue Reading →
0

UNDERGROUND – Techniques For Size or Fat Burning Preference

Posted by:

Watch the video first.

Its a good idea for me to put in writing so I can edit for easier understanding.

The class is designed to generally improve performance. You will always be stimulating muscle as its a resistance based class, but its a circuit so you’ll always be shredding through. Its a toning class, which means its designed to maximise both. Saying that there are techniques you can use to tip the scales generally (and literally) towards muscle building, or pure fat ...

Continue Reading →
0

Great Recipe For Protein Bars (Boards.ie)

Posted by:

(Not my recipe, but wanted to share a great post)

Found a great user-friendly post on how to make great nutritious (and tasty) protein bars. Give them a try, and do enjoy!

http://www.boards.ie/vbulletin/showthread.php?t=2055992322

Continue Reading →
0

BMR Calculator (with Downloadable Version)

Posted by:

I have made out a general BMR Calculator which you can fill out online here (the info stays so dont enter your name for privacy)

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AmeVHDmC3rjhdFNvX1JubnA1OUhVNHE2WU9PNk9BWHc&hl=en_US#gid=0

or, you can find a downloadable version here:

https://docs.google.com/leaf?id=0B2eVHDmC3rjhNDFiMDFiY2MtNzJjYS00ZmNlLThjMjMtZmE3M2U4YzJiNzE2&hl=en_GB

Continue Reading →
0

Calculating Your Calorie Requirements

Posted by:

Use the following link to find our own BMR calculator:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0At4uCCr7oS5OdFM2dlZDZ09qQXBfcFUxSUVlWGZqU0E&hl=en_US#gid=0

Your BMR is your Basal Metabolic Rate, or how many calories you burn in day. Remember, the Underground class is “Metabolic” Training, increasing how many calories you burn while at rest. Put in your details (not your name, and please note your details will stay on the document after use).  Use the activity multiplier to take into account the activity of your life/ job/ training. It will automatically calculate an average ...

Continue Reading →
0

Nutrient Timing, Quantities and Examples

Posted by:

 

Here is a general guide on the types of foods to eat at certain times. There is also a list of general foods that contain the nutrients required, as well as general portions needed.

Note that:

– Food quanitities differ from person to person based on the size of their fist.

– Protein and Healthy Fats are consistent, as there is a constant requirement for this energy. Only drop fat levels somewhat when taking in carbs aswell. Protein portions remain the same.

– Carbs drop ...

Continue Reading →
0

The Worlds Most Effective Door Stop

Posted by:

20110915-030048.jpg

Continue Reading →
0

Organic Week, and The Paleo Diet

Posted by:

Being Organic week, i will give you some info on a diet that I am currently doing. Its perfect for me because Lidl next door are doing €1 offers on all organic produce this week. Handy!

So now to apply it to an eating plan. Every nutritionist or dietary author will have mixed opinions on what the best diet is. A definate contender on everyones list however is the Caveman diet, aka the Paleolithic (Paleo) Diet, or the Neanderthal Diet. It ...

Continue Reading →
0

About 2 weeks on…

Posted by:

I can honestly say that I get a better buzz from working out and eating proper than I do from stuffing my gob with fudge. Just 2 weeks in and I’m down 5 pounds. I havent dropped calories as I dont want any muscle loss, not yet anyway.Im cycling to work every day, which is 10k each way, and want the calories to build leg strength. Still burning bodyfat with the cycling, but the serious weight drop on the scales is’nt gona ...

Continue Reading →
0

Kilimanjaro Training Day A

Posted by:

Training For Altitude-

Before Each Floor Exercise – 30 seconds Plank 5 x Squat Jumps 20 x (Floor Exercise) 10 Seconds Rest

Floor Exercises: (1 in each segment only)
Push Ups / Lunges / Crunches / Prone Cobra / Russian Twist

Repeat the process for 3 total circuits.

The Plyometric Force of The Jump Squats keep the heart rate in a higher zone, which cant be maintained for long, thus the rest period.

This conditions the heart and lungs to ...

Continue Reading →
0