You know already that I have been seriously looking at how I can help you get your eating right. I want to help a large number with this and whilst one on one coaching is the pinnacle approach, not everyone can access that. I was looking for a resource that would help expose the rules of healthy eating, information that is NOT easily accessible due to the incredible confusion created by mass media. Well, I have found that resource. I sent an email out last week to a number of you but I am opening this up to whoever reads our stuff. This 8 day course comes from Dr John Beradi of Precision Nutrition and whilst it will never replace face to face coaching/mentoring, it is an excellent first step because it shows you the irrefutable findings of the latest research and then how to implement these tested real world strategies, in a way that you are never going to get from your Men’s Fitness or New Idea or Women’s Weekly. The course starts with three consecutive online questionnaires, which are very revealing – they get right to the point, highlighting your weaknesses and offering solutions. Even just reading the questions called attention to some of the areas I could improve upon, and I know this stuff. Each lesson offers a concise, no-nonsense message, one that beginners and experts alike will benefit from hearing. John does a great job of putting aside the fads and getting down to the point. He makes no mistake about telling you exactly what will […]
If you search hard enough and know where to look sometimes you come across great resources. This one will help you. That is, if eating better and getting the utmost out of your big efforts in and out of the gym is a priority for you. And I think it is!! http://www.precisionnutrition.com/favorite-gourmet-nutrition-recipes
This is a great tool to see where you are at. It all starts in your kitchen and preparation, with the right tools of the trade, is key! kitchen-makeover-questionnaire It comes from a website promoting nutrition called precision nutrition. For more info and great recipes from the same experts check this! By the way ‘Like us’ on facebook and you will find regular updates of what we are up to (we want you to let us know what you are doing too) and links to other useful fitness, strength & conditioning and health related information. Bestpractice Personal Training – building a community of fitness nuts!
A number of us here at Best Practice are going in the Brissie to Bay ride on June 24. Enter here. It would be great to have you join us and give you a little training focus going in to Winter. I would also like to invite who ever is keen to join me personally along with another mate of mine on a kickbike (see below). I have 6 bikes available and this invite is open to any client or member of Best Practice. I will be doing a few training runs over the coming weeks. So let me know if you would like to do this. You WILL be part of the IN crowd on a kickbike no doubt! Looks like fun doesn’t it?
You have probably heard the saying that a mechanics car is the first one to break down. The thought is that they are good at fixing other peoples cars but run out of energy for their own. I have to say that I usually have the energy to train myself but over the years I have suffered from recurring back issues and at times could be just like the aforementioned mechanic. This is probably a function of years of one sided sport and the imbalances encouraged by such pursuit and when combined with a refusal to accept any degradation in previously achieved functional ability, you get …… inappropriate loading and intensity leading to repetitive injury and backward steps. Needless to say a very frustrating journey! Perhaps some of you can relate? Well I am not sure if it is a coincidence or not and I certainly don’t want to jinx myself, but with my recent change in approach to my own personal training routine involving a greater emphasis on progressive strength training and in particular strength of legs and lower back, my back feels stronger than it has for a long time. See a previous entry on the deadlift and you will see the type of exercises I am talking about. I was brought up on a sometimes punishing cardio training schedule with what was, in retrospect a misguided training routine in my youth. Tennis was ill defined as an aerobic sport at the time and after closer scientific scrutiny revealed the greater importance of anaerobic training [read strength, short […]
I am now tapped in to an awesome resource. I want to share this with you. This is, information you can trust. Let’s face it, that is more than half the battle these days with this amazing thing we call the internet! Regards, Anthony – See below: MP Advisory Board Member and resident antioxidant expert, Dr Matt Cooke is back home in Australia after a six year stint at Baylor University in the United States. Matt is a walking encyclopedia on antioxidant research. I was keen to catch up with him to get the latest on what can be a controversial topic. So I dropped by his new laboratory at Melbourne’s Victoria University, to say hi to an old mate and “chew the antioxidant fat”. You can get the latest research on antioxidants and recovery from exercise, here. (this one is quite heavy but interesting for the science minded person!) We post great new stuff virtually every day. Here’s some of the recent posts at mp-body.com A Guide Over 40’s Transformation with Garry McPherson (seriously impressive results from someone who was a little skeptical too) 3 Ways to Boost Testosterone Naturally! An in-depth look at Creatine: The Mechanisms of a Powerful Supplement with Dr Willoughby, PhD. 10 Delicious Ways with Quinoa with 2x Ms Olympia Shar Sault Exercise and hypertension medication High-impact sports and joint degeneration Enjoy! Paul Dr. Paul Cribb mp-body.com