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I've posted and spoken before on my Social Media about the importance of Glute training. Function: Efficient Gluteal function is crucial in many movement patterns and will contribute greatly to injury prevention, strength gain in other compound lifts and speed/power generation in track and field sports.   Aesthetics: Glute Max is the largest muscle group in the body. Battering them and burning all the glycogen out of them, and forcing blood in until the fibres split and regrow stronger: all of this will create massive E.P.O.C and boost metabolic rate. We all know that leg training is good for fat loss,...

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James Ellis has been a DJ, an architect, fitness model, and is now a VPT at Gymbox Westfield, where he has found his calling. "Helping someone to make changes to their physique and often their lifestyle is immensely rewarding" he says. Hi James! What have you been up to today? Hey! Tuesday is my (sort of) day off where I only PT in the morning, and take the rest of the day off. Today I had a nice hard sports massage from my awesome massage therapist Adam Ilko at FTM, and I've been absorbed with the launch of my new...

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Mass Gain! The basic Principles.... I'm always asked about how to "build muscle"...... here are some basics: 1: Always apply the principle of "Progressive Overload" One of the basics of weight training first developed or at least trademarked by Joe Weider. A fundamental principle, without application you will make no gains long term.Muscle must be gradually given more and more stress and load over a given time period. The basic concept is that with 3 sets of 10 with 50kg, the trainee would increase the load (kg) once they have successfully complete the prescribed sets and reps with that weight....

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Just ONE of the keys to SUCCESS: Have you ever tried to achieve something and given up before you succeeded?The gym is the perfect analogy: A trainee spends around 4-6 weeks trying to do something that inevitably would have come about in 8-12 weeks. So they give up at week 7. If only they had been persistent!? Don't give up if things seem slow, just keep the faith and progress will happen. I didn't just wake up and fall onto the international stage as a WBFF pro.I didn't just get randomly handed a contract to sign for my sponsor..... I...

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JAE Top 3 Tips for : Chest Training: 1: Start with INCLINE work, as a majority of trainees lack development/thickness in the upper portion of the chest. Incline Dumbbell Press at around 30-40degrees has yielded some of the best results for myself and my clients. You are fresher at the start of your workout, so your CNS can control heavier loads - take advantage of this time and focus the work where you need the ‪#‎gains‬ 2: Don't go more than 2 weeks without using a Time Under Tension protocol, where hypertrophy is encouraged via sets varying from 40-60s of...

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