So much has happened over the last decade it's hard to put into words. I have tried to pick out my biggest highlights and give you an insight into what Physical Blueprint is all about.
The most important thing to consider is your own cycle, feelings and body. Once you start to track your cycle along side your training plan, you’ll soon discover at what point it’s best to push yourself and when to reign it in.
Choose 5-6 exercises that work for your body/goals each session, perfect your form and then progressively overload them. Don’t restrict yourself to a specific number of reps, aim to finish your set 2 reps before failure. This maybe more or less than you expect but it’s the right amount to challenge your body.
Finding a way to still eat your favourite foods whilst reducing the total calories will help you feel like you’re not “going without” and you can still enjoy your food.
Our SGT space is a fantastic, purpose built 1000 square foot training area. Where we'll be hosting 33 classes per week with seven unique styles which include weightlifting and partner based sessions.
Happy New Year, 2023 is the year to stay on track! I’d like to share with you some tips that help me stay disciplined and will hopefully help you during the transition into another new chapter of our lives
Have you ever considered the time, effort and money you spend on other aspects of your life? Now think about what dedicating the same amount to your fitness and wellbeing could mean for you.
Squats recruit the Glutes, Quads, Hamstrings, Hip Flexors Adductors, Calves, Abdominals, Obliques and Erector Spinae. Throw a weight into the mix and you’ll also target muscles in the chest, upper back and shoulders!
TEF is the amount of energy required by the body to process the food. For example, chewing, digestion, storing nutrients, breaking down the protein, carbs and fat you consume, then the absorption and use by the body to carry out processes including building new tissues, synthesising hormones etc. Q: How can I increase this? A: Eat a protein rich diet
Our bodies do not function well under chronic stress. You could be smashing your workouts and sticking to your diet all you want, but if you're constantly stressed, your body can’t respond and progress optimally. You need to make time for self-care, 7-9 hours of sleep per night, stress management and socialising.