Twice-a-day training for faster results.

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By James Morris, Personal Trainer from Chertsey, Surrey   You can’t increase the volume of high quality training in a single session but you can increase the frequency of those short high quality training sessions. By splitting up your training, it prevents individuals from getting lazy by not putting the same commitment in short duration… Read more »

High-intensity training protocols for fat loss

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By James Morris Personal Trainer from Chertsey Surrey. High-intensity training protocols that have produced statistically significant fat loss include the following: 20 minutes of cycling where you sprint for 8 seconds and take 12 seconds recovery, repeating 3 intervals a minute for 60 total. This protocol is most appropriate for novices. Sprint intervals at a track… Read more »

Interval Training

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By James Morris Personal Trainer from Chertsey, Surrey.   What is interval training? An interval training workout involves alternating periods of high-intensity effort with periods of low-intensity effort, which is called the recovery. For runners, this would typically involve interspersing bouts of fast running with slower running. (NHS Choices. 2016) Intervals are great to do and… Read more »

Obstacle Course Training

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Written by James Morris Personal Trainer     What is a Obstacle Course? An obstacle course is series of challenge physical obstacles an individual or team must navigate usually while being timed. Obstacle courses can include running, climbing, jumping, crawling, swimming an balancing elements with the aim of testing speed and endurance. Sometimes a course… Read more »

Pose Method

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In the 70’s a Russian scientist, University teacher & University Track Team Coach Nicholas Romanov developed a method of teaching sport specific techniques. He called it the Pose Method. In the 80’s it was successfully implemented into the training of many Soviet elite athletes with great results. In the 90’s select members of USA & UK Olympic,… Read more »