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Jan 19, 2021

The 6 Most Important Principles Behind Training To Build Muscle

Muscle building is a slow process that takes time, it doesn't happen overnight and the conditions it requires are multifactorial. If you're struggling to see tangible changes in your physique it may be because you're not using the right strategies. The key thing to recognise is that there are multiple ways to 'stimulate' muscle growth. Once you have understood this, then the question is to figure out which way is going to work best for you. Here are the 6 most important  principles for you to use as you design your program.

Dec 18, 2020

8 Tips To Prevent Fat Gain During The Holidays

The truth is, we don’t need to tell you how to work hard or play hard; you have that covered. However, we can help to make the holiday season a little more manageable and guilt-free. Why? Because downtime is crucial to maintaining motivation and intensity in work, in training and in life.

Dec 4, 2020

Episode 26: The benefits of understanding your menstrual cycle

In Episode 26 of Amino Biohacks, Simon speaks to Clare Rodea Ryan on why is it essential to know how the menstrual cycle affects women day in day out.  Clare is a women's wellness consultant and shares some valuable and relatable insights on how to take back control and understanding of women's natural cycles. Connect with Clare here @clare_rodea_ryan Scroll down for the transcript.    

Nov 16, 2020

Essential Amino Acids (EAA) vs Whey Protein: Which one is right for me?

Is it better to use EAA or Whey protein to recover from training sessions?’ There is in fact no right answer. It actually comes down to what works best for the individual in their specific situation and training goals. We break down the pros and cons of EAA and whey protein so you can determine what works best for your goal.

Nov 5, 2020

Episode 12: Advice For Aspiring Fitness Trainers

In Episode 12 of Amino Biohacks, Simon speaks to Harry Thomas an elite coach based in London. He is focused on revolutionising the way that individuals and the fitness industry operate. If your looking to become a trainer, watch this first!

Oct 29, 2020

Episode 11: How can I improve my strength as a woman?

In Episode 11 of Amino Biohacks, Simon speaks to Camilla Mowbray a strength-focused personal trainer working out of London, UK. Her philosophy is focused on strength being the key to unlocking human potential. She has some interesting insights on female fitness and training around pregnancy. 

Oct 15, 2020

Episode 10: How to improve athletic endurance with periodisation?

In Episode 10 of Amino Biohacks, Simon speaks to Rob Foster about using periodisation to improve your endurance.

Oct 5, 2020

Episode 9: What does it take to become an Elite level rower?

In Episode 9 of Amino Biohacks, Simon speaks to Monica Relph about what it takes to become a world class rower, and how anyone can get started!

Oct 1, 2020

Episode 8: What does it take to become a GB powerlifter?

In Episode 8 of Amino Biohacks, Simon speaks to Jason Coultman about Powerlifting. Jason is the GB juniors powerlifting coach and is still and athlete himself. Having competed at the highest level his powerlifting insights are world class. 

Sep 1, 2020

Episode 7: What does it take to become a pro MMA fighter?

In Episode 7 of Amino Biohacks, Simon speaks to Jack "Stone' Mason about MMA. Jack is the owner and head coach at BKK Fighters and an ex-pro MMA fighter himself. 

Aug 28, 2020

Episode 6: Performance physiotherapy and how to heal injuries

In Episode 6 of Amino Biohacks, Simon speaks to Jim Zouchon about performance physiotherapy and his ideas around patient mindsets, trust and how to heal injuries.

Aug 6, 2020

What causes post-exercise aches (DOMS)? Here's how to combat them

Feeling sore after training is part and parcel of the improvement process. The inflammatory response and tissue damage that occurs as a result of exercise is critical to triggering the recovery response, which allows improvements to occur.  For some people, the pain of delayed-onset muscle soreness (DOMS) is part of the fun. They know that the effort they’re putting in is doing some good. But for most of us, we’d rather skip straight to the improvement part.
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