26 July 2016 - Strength Training for Endurance

Strength training and endurance training are often separated, with people focusing on muscle growth or cardio almost exclusively in order to meet established fitness goals. While specialised training routines can have their benefits, this entire way of thinking is being questioned as people look for more sustainable and balanced fitness programs. Science has proven time and time again that strength training has a positive effect on endurance performance, with cardio training found to be much more effective when combined with resistance and weights routines.

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25 July 2016 - Functional Strength

Functional fitness, also known as functional strength training, has become a huge global trend in 2016. While this buzz word has been trending in the fitness industry for some time now, it continues to get attention as people look for new ways to live better and healthier lives. Instead of focusing on traditional strength training or exhausting cardio routines, functional fitness helps people to improve their strength, co-ordination, and balance through challenging movement routines and environmental stimulation.

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19 July 2016 - The Wonders of Fruit & Veg

Fruits and vegetables are an essential part of any healthy diet. Not only do they add taste, colour, and texture to our food, fruit and veg also provides us with the vitamins, nutrients, and fibre we need to help manage our weight and stay healthy. Eating plenty of produce has also been shown to increase energy levels and decrease the risk of numerous diseases, including heart disease, high blood pressure, and some forms of cancer.

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19 July 2016 - The Rise of Electric Cars

The market for electric cars continues to evolve, as technology improves, battery prices drop, and demand grows across the world. According to a new report from Lux Research, the market will reach $10 Billion by 2020, with six large car makers accounting for 90 percent of demand. While auto manufacturers Tesla will continue to lead the charge, BYD will dominate battery demand and the VW group are also expected to make big waves. In a separate report from Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF), one in three cars are expected to be electric by 2040. 

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