Photography: Jim Crossley, F45 Kingston There are many ways to approach the gym. You can work on your cardio with some treadmill, exercise bike or rowing machine sessions, or you can focus on building muscle. You can also take a...
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If you are a very strong runner, cyclist or swimmer, it’s understandable if you throw all your training efforts into that one discipline. Your every focus is on lowering your PB or finishing higher in races. But you won’t...
You may be new to the gym, or you may have been going for years, but there are some mistakes that even seasoned trainers make again and again. If you’ve reached a plateau in your training or you’re...
Each month Men’s Fitness magazine is stuffed full of useful advice, delicious recipes and no-BS workouts. We packed our January edition with tons of inspirational stories and advice to guarantee your 2016 kicks off to a flying start....
Sunny weather, a bank holiday and the start of National Go Canoeing Week – a confluence of events that demonstrate fate has truly smiled on the outdoor activity enthusiast this weekend. Whatever you had planned for the coming...
We’re not going to sugarcoat this – doing HIIT workouts on a rowing machine is a hellishly hard experience. Spending even just a couple of minutes going at full intensity on the rower will leave you in tatters,...
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Diseases of the heart and circulatory system (CVD, or cardiovascular disease) were the second most common cause of death in the UK in 2014 with about 155,000 deaths, or 27% of deaths overall – only just behind the...
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