I’ve always enjoyed stats and figures. I remember years back now, investing in a home blood glucose testing kit while I was brainwashing myself all about nutrition and insulin response/diabetes … Continue Reading Getting A Full Blood Panel Done For The First Time Ever At 29 Years Old! (What I Discovered)
More than 80% of a physiotherapists regular clientele consist of either knee pain or shoulder pain. And narrowly in third place is hip/low back issues. The sad implications of this … Continue Reading Is Knee Pain Really A Life Sentence?
If there was ever an area or subsection within fitness that could be labelled ‘bi-polar’ it would be the beast that is mobility work. While strength and skills are still … Continue Reading 3 Markers For GENUINE Mobility Progress (If Range Stalls)
The Best way to progress in handstands, how to get out of a front lever plateau and what ‘end range strength’ means & how it pertains to mobility training……… Handstands … Continue Reading Questions From Instagram (May 2020)
At the time of writing this, for the first time in our lives, time isn’t a scarce commodity. Millions of people are working from home and sadly, millions more aren’t … Continue Reading Why You Should Be Training Twice A Day During Lockdown
How a skinny guy can get started with pull ups/calisthenics, my take on deadlifting AND squatting heavy in the same program, the value of tuck planche push ups/front lever rows … Continue Reading Questions From Instagram This Month!(April 2020)
I spent the final 2 months of 2019 with a fractured wrist that left me unable to do even bear weight on it in a quadped position. It was a … Continue Reading Wrist Care For Athletes (Calisthenics, Gymnasts, Weightlifters etc…) – The COMPLETE GUIDE!
There’s not much I haven’t tried. I’ve done all kinds of experiments from sexual abstinence to cold showers only, to pure paleolithic eating to intermittent fasting, to high carb/low(er) carb … Continue Reading Using Athletic Greens For 30 Days – My Experience!
When anyone complains about winter being imminent they get met with a traditional scoff: ‘MAYBE you’ve got S.A.D.??’ S.A.D. being ‘Seasonal-Affective-Disorder’, of course. This is usually a polite way of … Continue Reading ‘S.A.D’: Finding Light Among The Dark
It’s time to channel down the rabbit hole and weigh in on the documentary that’s caused more uproar than politics as of late. I was asked my opinion on this … Continue Reading ‘The Game Changers’: Just More Propaganda, Or??
August 23rd 2019 was the day before my 28th birthday and while I’m not anti celebration, material gifts don’t do much for me. I was always stumped when asked ‘what … Continue Reading How I Achieved A Flat Front Split As An Adult Male
Over the last 3-6 months I’ve probably improved my mobility more than in any other time I’ve been alive. This has led to an influx of Instagram messages asking how … Continue Reading 5 Keys To LONG TERM Flexibility Gains
Broken legs, rolled ankles and amputations are what come to mind when the word ‘injury’ is uttered to the layman. In reality injuries needn’t be so chronic in nature. In … Continue Reading 5 Things To Do When You’re Injured
Some movements evoke more excitement in you than others. You love a set of bicep curls. You like tricep pressdowns. Dare I say the bench press? What about leg pressing … Continue Reading Are The Squat, Bench Press & Deadlift REALLY Irreplaceable?
January the 19th saw the second edition of me and Ollie Brown of Redevelop Movement‘s Calisthenics & Bodyweight Strength Training Workshop. Once again we were hosted by the largest CrossFit … Continue Reading Reflections From Our SECOND Calisthenics Workshop!
This experiment was a completely spontaneous and unplanned one. It wasn’t part of a ’30 day challenge’ or some empty new year’s vow. It was born from a simple thought: … Continue Reading The Handstand Experiment: What A Month’s Worth Of Work Did For Me