Why you should love; Coffee – The black gold

I’m not talking about caffeine… Caffeine is all good but I’m specifically talking about “The black gold”, “Morning Jolt”, “Brain Juice”, “C8H10N4O2″…(wait, this is caffeine…so forget about that) … If you haven’t figured it out yet, I’m of course talking about COFFEE! It is the second most consumed non-water beverage worldwide. Only tea is consumed more. Coffee…

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How to stop overeating once and for all!

Before I got into personal training I worked as a retoucher/post artist . I was working on campaigns for the big names in the industry and it’s still a common belief that many models have some kind of eating disorder or disturbed relationship with food.  I’m not disregarding the fact that there probably is a…

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How to Trust the Process

The phrase “trust the process” is often thrown around in our realm. What does it really mean to trust the process? What does it actually look like? Ryan Solomon one of the interns at Revive Stronger is going to take you through how you can trust the process & why it’s important. He will also…

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Full Guide: Nutritional Minimums for Bodybuilders

People are often wondering, what’s the least amount of “insert specific nutrient here” I can get away with? This is a great question. Ryan Solomon our intern at Revive & head poster in our free facebook group will be going over this in detail for you. I’m going to cover minimum nutritional guidelines in FULL…

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Can you be addicted to food?

“I’m addicted to pizza” ^ quote me because it’s true Or is it? There is more and more research coming out regarding ‘food addiction’ and what influences how we eat on a daily basis. You have no doubt heard people quote that they’re addicted to sugar or so and so food, but can food really…

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Is 5 Fruit & Vege a day enough?

Recently, you probably noticed a lot of discussion in the media about fruit and vegetable intake. This was in light of a study [1] recently published which studied eating more than five portions of fruit and vegetables (400g) per day (the current UK and World Health Organisation guidelines). There was a lot of confusion about…

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Trust the process, don’t always trust the scale

Throw away your scale. It’s lying to you. Now come on, you know I don’t really mean that right? Previously I’ve written an entire article on why I think measuring your bodyweight is such a good idea, an essential tool in your body composition tool box. So what do I mean? Well you know what,…

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Full Guide: Caffeine & Resistance Training

Caffeine, caffeine, caffeine, who doesn’t love themselves some caffeine? Speaking of caffeine, coffee is the most popular drink worldwide. Where two billion cups are consumed every single day. As you probably already know, coffee contains quite a bit of caffeine, with about 115 mg of caffeine in every cup. Caffeine could lead to improved training, better…

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Podcast 034: Brad Loomis – How to get the best results as a client & coach online

Today I talk to Brad Loomis from 3DMJ. Brad Loomis first stepped on the competitive bodybuilding stage in 2003. Earning his Pro status in 2008, he then began competing in raw Powerlifting in 2010 achieving a measure of success. Brad considers his greatest talent to be coaching; “I have an innate ability to translate the…

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The ‘Primer Phase’ – the unsung hero of nutritional periodisation

What the hell is a ‘Primer Phase’? It’s something that without an exciting name like ‘primer’ most would turn their nose up to. — but they really shouldn’t. It’s what most would call maintenance. Maintenance….isn’t that another word for stalling? Staying the same? Not progressing? No, kinda, no — when we maintain weight, we’re not changing our…

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