5 Ways To Train & Make Fat Loss EASY

1st December 2015

Does that title confuse you? I thought it might, so I will explain. You see many people are always looking for the best exercises for fat loss and we have always said that the one you can stick with will always get the best results. When you can find something you really enjoy it almost doesn't feel like “training” because you love it, time flies by but you get a killer workout at the same time. Winning combo, right?

4 Awesome Reasons To Do HIIT

24th November 2015

You've probably gathered by now that we're a massive pair of foodies, but we also love training and something we're huge fans of and include in our own workouts and programs is HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training). You've likely heard of it by now but in case you haven’t it involves switching between short bursts of high intensity exercise and periods of rest at a lower intensity. For example, sprinting full pace for 20 seconds followed by walking for 40 seconds and repeating say 8-12 times, that is interval training. HIIT is a great fat loss tool that gets fantastic results, in case you need a little more convincing here are my 4 reasons to get involved in HIIT today.

Tales From The Gym Floor: Change Your MIND To Get Results

29th September 2015

See what I did there? This post is all about the power of the mind in achieving your goals? Sometimes you can really surprise yourself, which is exactly what happened to me in the gym the other day and it’s had a hugely positive impact on my training and my self belief, so I thought I'd share with you guys and hope it inspires you to harness the power of mindset across your goals. 

A Day In The Life Of Matt’s Plate

16th September 2015

I have to say, I feel a bit weird writing this, as I'm dedicating a whole blog to just talking about myself and food. Okay, who am I kidding, I love talking about myself and food! A few people have been in contact after Keris wrote a similar blog and asked me to divulge what a typical day of eating and training looks like, so I figured it was about time I shared the love. I'll also explain why I make these choices, many of which are based on information I have gathered over a number of years. I hope you can gain some value from it and use it to reflect upon your own nutrition.

Two Things I Know… Post Workout Recovery

2nd February 2015

Welcome to the first instalment of my “Two things I know..” blog series. The idea here is to highlight two pieces of information you can easily take on board and implement within your weekly routine. With so much information out there it's easy to become overwhelmed and overthink change - this often leads to procrastination and ultimately nothing gets done! Well, not on my watch!

5 Quick Christmas Workouts

22nd December 2014

Whilst some of us love training over the Christmas period, for many it’s a time to kick back and take a break from the gym. If you do fancy getting a sweat on we've put together 5 workouts for you to complete over the festivities. Each one takes just 15 mins or less and has a slightly different focus. We know getting to the gym can be tricky when you're visiting friends and family so they good news is they are all bodyweight based meaning they can be performed anywhere. No excuses! BOSH!

5 Tips To a Better Squat

3rd December 2014

Squats: you know what they are, you know how great they are for strength, muscle gain, fat loss and all round awesomeness but are you training squats to their full potential? 

Matt’s Top Training Tip

8th October 2014

Fitter Food’s Matt Whitmore offers expert advice about training, nutrition and fat loss.

Matt’s Top Training Tips

3rd September 2014

Fitter Food's Matt Whitmore offers expert advice about training, nutrition and fat loss.

There Is More To Rehab Than Exercise!

27th September 2012

Ever had an injury? Ever found it to be one of THE most frustrating things in the world? Most of us have been there! When it comes to an injury the thing I hear everyone talking about is rehab, rehab and more rehab, yet their focus when they use such a word tends to be on exercises they can do in order to rehabilitate the injury. Whilst this is hugely important, rehab in my opinion is a 5 pronged approach that includes 1. Exercise 2. Nutrition 3. Supplementation 4. Rest 5. Mindset. Agree? Then keep reading.

How long before the Olympic and Paralympic inspiration wears off?

13th September 2012

There has been so much hype since the Olympics and Paralympic games and rightly so, those guys are awesome and a true inspiration to all of us. Many are claiming how inspired they have been and are looking at getting involved with training, sport or just starting some new activities. I think this is fantastic however I am concerned it’s just new years resolutions all over agin. I can’t help but assume the inspiration and good intentions will just fade away and die a death within the next month, if that.  

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