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EJPRO Training tips - Uneven Body Parts

EJPRO Training tips - Uneven Body Parts

This is a very common thing, We are not symmetrical, and most of us tend to have some tired muscles due to posture or general habits. This can cause muscle tissue to develop less as its harder to get it to fire. I am often asked to help people train to avoid unevenness, so here is what I advise
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Workouts - Progressive Overload

Workouts - Progressive Overload

The intention of this article is not to dictate a right or wrong way for progressive load strategies, rather show what goes on behind designing an effective training program. There is a lot more science supporting progressive overload than people think - it’s not as simple as just adding weight. 
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Exercise Focus - Pronated Vs. Supinated Pull-Ups

Exercise Focus - Pronated Vs. Supinated Pull-Ups

Pronation and supination refer to the positioning of your hands during the pull-up exercise. By changing your grip, you shift the focus on the muscles and even the type of training stimulus being supplied.
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Train Your Glutes

Train Your Glutes

By far the most significant and strongest group of muscles in your body, the gluteals (gluteus maximus, gluteus medius and gluteus minimus) and the hamstrings (biceps femoris, semitendinosus and semimembranosus) work together to extend, rotate and abduct the hip. They also contribute to the stabilisation of the pelvis, in particular during walking, running and climbing.
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Benefits of not neglecting your core

Benefits of not neglecting your core

Your core is your central link which connects your upper and lower body; a weak or inflexible core can have a wide-reaching effect on your mobility, so it's important not to neglect your core, especially when training.
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Tips If You're Too Tired For The Gym | From Emi Roberti

Tips If You're Too Tired For The Gym | From Emi Roberti

Is it possible that you can be too tired to go to the gym and workout? This is a typical scenario that I encounter during the online and in-person consultations.

“I go to work every morning at around 8 am and don't come back until 6 pm. I'm always tired, even with the use of caffeine. If I intend to build muscle, I'll always tell myself that I'm going to hit the gym when I get home, but then I find that I'm too tired to do so.”
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Are you training hard enough?

Are you training hard enough?

Although any kind of physical activity is better than nothing, some workout plans are better than others in terms of overall effectiveness, and progression and adaptation to them are important to keep progress moving forward. Ask yourself frequently; “am I training hard enough?”

Scitec Nutrition Athlete Emi Roberti tips to help you train better. 

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Your Total Lower Body Workout

Your Total Lower Body Workout

So, it’s Leg Day.

How does your workout play out? Squats and then a few rounds on the leg press machine?

How about your calves or hip adductors?

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12 Exercises For Training With Your Partner

12 Exercises For Training With Your Partner

Training with a partner can be an excellent way to improve your workout routine and performance.

Your partner is there to help keep you motivated and create another level of competition. Your partner is rooting for you and pushing you to do your best at all times...

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How to Use 1RM to Maximise Your Workout Potential

How to Use 1RM to Maximise Your Workout Potential

You may have heard the term 1RM.  What does it mean and how does it impact your workout?

A 1 Rep Max represents the maximum weight you can push or pull one time.

So, why should you know this, aside from showing off your skills?

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Muscle Growth Begins and Ends with Recovery

Muscle Growth Begins and Ends with Recovery

People are so overwhelmed with getting fast results and taking shortcuts that they forget one of the most critical factors in any growth, whether in size or performance.

Recovery.

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Get Faster Gains with Progressive Overload

Get Faster Gains with Progressive Overload

You’re sure to have heard of progressive overload – it’s one of those phrases that’s bandied around gyms a lot these days.

But what, exactly, is progressive overload and what’s the fuss all about?

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