Author: Tom Mans
5 Tips To Help You Prioritise Going To The Gym
Most people (myself included) start exercising mainly for aesthetic reasons. We all want to look a little bit leaner, slimmer, toned or muscly. The process to achieve these goals is very simple but I would be the first to admit it is very hard to execute and prioritise. We do not […]
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Get Fit for the Festive Season
It’s nearly that time of the year again, Christmas is on the horizon and the start of December is looming. And with it work Christmas parties, celebratory drinks and meals out 2/3 times a week. For many of you working in an office job avoiding the festive drinks is like […]
What Is The Best Rep Range To Build Muscle?
When it comes to lifting weights and gaining muscle mass, making sure you hit the right rep range is deemed very important. In this article I will summarise some of the research into what is the best rep range to build muscle. The chart below is what most people and […]
5 Tips For Staying In Shape Whilst On Holiday
I’m not going to tell you not to eat and drink what you want, as that would be hypocritical of me. We’re all human and I also like to indulge on holiday and holidays are all about having fun (but it’s always good to enjoy these guilty pleasures in moderation). […]
5 Tips for Improving Your Front Squat
My third article for PT Magazine is on how to improve your front squat
Smarter Way to Train Your Core
Here’s my second article for PT magazine on training your core.
Should you Squat ‘Arse to Grass’? – Principles of Training
3-4 years ago my answer would have been yes! I used to say that everyone needs to squat arse to grass; it’s a fundamental movement pattern. This may be because I started my career working as a Strength and Conditioning coach for rugby teams. Getting the players to be proficient […]