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  • Watching the pennies: Make your own Isotonic sports drink

    Watching the pennies: Make your own Isotonic sports drink

    We all know the benefits of having a Sports drink after a workout, but they can be expensive. So for those on a budget we have looked around to find a few great recipes to make your own drinks at home, for next to nothing!! They may not taste quite the same, but boy do they have the same impact!

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  • Intermittent fasting on the warrior diet

    Intermittent fasting on the warrior diet

    The warrior diet, based around intermittent fasting is a diet created by Ori Hofmekler after his experiences in the Israeli army. Based around exercise, nutrition and fitness the warrior diet encourages undereating during the day and overeating at night. The motto of the diet is, ‘It’s when you eat that makes what you eat matter’.

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  • Whey Vs Casein

    Whey Vs Casein

    Whey and Casein protein are both by products of milk, 20% of the protein is Whey and 80% is Casein. Dramatically different in their protein levels, which enhances the body in a better way? We take a look at some of the facts! The main difference between Whey and Casein is the speed, Whey is known as a fast protein, whereas Casein is a slow protein. The speed of the protein is how fast it is completely metabolized and spread throughout the body.

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  • What do Post workout recovery drinks do?

    What do Post workout recovery drinks do?

    During a workout your body faces many challenges and continually pushes itself to the limits. The importance of keeping your body healthy is key, and can post workout drinks help you do this? Here’s some information you may find helpful!

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  • How to pick the right Sports Bra for you

    How to pick the right Sports Bra for you

    Choosing the right Sports Bra is as important as choosing the right shoes. In a single running stride an unsupported A cup can move an inch and a half in any direction, whereas a D cup can move up to 2-3 inches in any direction.

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