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How Over 35's Should Fuel Pre-Training - Professor Greg Whyte
How Over 35's Should Fuel Pre-Training - Professor Greg Whyte

July 21, 2018

A balanced diet is the best way to ensure your body has the right fuel in the tank for your next training session. However we all live in the real world and sometimes it's just not possible to eat properly before training. In this blog physical activity expert and world-renowned sports scientist, Professor Greg Whyte describes how we should fuel pre-training.

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How The Over 35's Should Use Complex Carbohydrates - Professor Greg Whyte
How The Over 35's Should Use Complex Carbohydrates - Professor Greg Whyte

July 21, 2018

In this article two-time Olympian and  Professor of Sports Science Greg Whyte explains why we should avoid excessive consumption of simple sugars, adapt a periodisation approach to our nutrition and focus on complex carbohydrates for improved performance and long term health benefits.

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How Over 35's Should Use Sports Nutrition - Professor Greg Whyte
How Over 35's Should Use Sports Nutrition - Professor Greg Whyte

July 21, 2018

In this blog Professor Greg Whyte introduces the science of ageing and how targeted exercise and nutrition is required to reduce the rate of age-related decline in performance. By adopting a ‘healthy lifestyle’ we have the ability to slow the rate of aging (and potentially reverse aging for those that have lived a less than healthy lifestyle!).

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CurraNZ - New Study Finds Increased Fat Burning During Exercise
CurraNZ - New Study Finds Increased Fat Burning During Exercise

June 23, 2018

New research from John Moores University suggests that the CurraNZ blackcurrant-extract supplement can burn as much fat as four weeks of regular exercise. When taken twice a day for just one week, the vitamin increases fat burning by an average of 27 per cent, with one study participant achieving a rise of 55 per cent.

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