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Ask The Doctor!

Today is “Ask the Doctor” Day!! Dr Luke Del Vecchio has a PhD in Sports Science. An experienced educator, researcher and specialist in human performance, Luke has been presenting and lecturing on health, fitness, exercise and sports science for over 15...

Pea Protein may boost adaptations to HIFT

Continuing with this months focus on protein intake, in this weeks post, we are going to look at the results of a recent study which investigated the effects of pea protein supplementation on the physical responses to high intensity functional training (HIFT). Why pea...

How much protein do I really need to eat?

Protein requirements increase with growth, during pregnancy, illness and with Age. Recommendations for protein intake have been under intense scrutiny and debate among health professionals and researchers for some time. Central to this controversy is the current...

Selecting A Source of Protein

Dietary protein is well known for its positive effects on health, including weight management, bone health, cardiovascular health, blood glucose control and for the maintenance of lean muscle mass.  More recently, dietary protein has been shown to favorably influence...

Use it or lose it

In the previous weeks’ articles, we have looked at how much exercise we really need to do, combining weights and cardio and exercise and ab myths. Given the emphasis on how to get fit, we now need to turn our attention to the other side of the coin, what happens...

Should I do cardio first?

This week we are going to answer a question that has been routinely asked by many aspiring fitness trainees to their coach/trainer when planning their workout schedules “should I do cardio first”? This, of course, is in context, to the planning of a weights and cardio...

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