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Train to be strong at the end of range to reduce risk of injury

“The Larger the Range of Motion that you are unable to generate strength in, the huge risk of injury” - Christopher Sommer

Train your “bubble”. Be strong at the end range / odd positions.  Ultimately that is what really matters, for sport and life.Classic example, someone that can deadlift 150kg of the ground, but can’t put a baby (3kg) in the cot without hurting their back

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Men who sleep five hours a night have significantly smaller testicles than those who sleep seven hours or more.

Men who sleep five hours a night have significantly smaller testicles than those who sleep seven hours or more. In addition, men who routinely sleep just four to five hours a night will have a level of testosterone which is that of someone 10 years their senior. So a lack of sleep will age a man by a decade in terms of that critical aspect of wellness. And we see equivalent impairments in female reproductive health caused by a lack of sleep.

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Nobody cares how many calories you burn in the workout, be smarter

If you are still measuring your workouts by how many calories you are burning, or even worse you are chasing to burn loads of calories, you are looking at wrong numbers. Potentially numbers that could harm your health. Ultimately sign of good fitness, wellness and healthy is your resting heart rate decreasing and your HRV Increasing.  Here is bit on what the hell HRV is and why it’s important.   

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The Kettlebell

“Vodka at night. Pickle juice in the morning (the best thing for a hangover). Throwing some kettlebells around between this hangover and the next one. A Russian’s day well spent. The ‘kettlebell’ or girya is a cast iron weight which looks like a basketball with a suitcase handle. It is an old Russian toy. As the 1986 Soviet Weightlifting Yearbook put it, “It is hard to find a sport that has deeper roots in the”

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"My go-to trick for great sleep is…

A good night's sleep is incredibly important for your health. In fact, it’s just as important as eating healthy and exercising. Unfortunately, the Western environment is interfering with natural sleep patterns. People are now sleeping less than they did in the past, and sleep quality has decreased as well. Here are few tips to help you towards better sleep


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