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Goal Setting for Taking Your Strength to the Next Level

Date: Mar 02, 2017     By: Genesis Fitness    Strength and Tone
If you’re keen on increasing your strength, you need to have a plan to keep yourself – and your training routine – on track. Check out our tips to help you set your fitness goals and achieve peak performance.

Should I Eat Before Or After A Workout?

Date: Dec 19, 2016     By: Genesis Fitness    nutrition
You’re about to hit the gym - but you haven’t eaten yet. Should you eat now or save it for a post-workout feast? Here’s what you need to know about fuelling and refuelling your body.

How To Deal With Muscle Pain When I First Start Exercising

Date: Dec 19, 2016     By: Genesis Fitness    health, wellness
You’ve finally found the motivation to get back into exercise. You’re feeling great and wondering why you’d ever stopped. You may not see results just yet, but sore muscles equal instant progress. Keep your sights set on your dream summer body as you draw on our five tips to get rid of sore muscles.

Yoga To Boost Your Running

Date: Nov 23, 2016     By: Genesis Fitness    wellness
Yoga may not be the first form of exercise to come to mind when you’re training for a big run. Save your joints and consider complementing your training with Yoga. It’s a great alternative to strengthen your body, increase flexibility and improve your mental focus.

How To Gain Muscle Mass

Date: Sep 21, 2016     By: Genesis Fitness    Strength and Tone
There’s so much information out there about gaining muscle, it can be completely overwhelming. Forget all the hype and talk, this is the simple, time-tested way to gain muscle mass.

The Benefits Of Stretching When Doing Weights

Date: Aug 18, 2016     By: Genesis Fitness    Strength and Tone
Stretching is not a waste of time! When strengthening and toning your muscles, it’s just as important to complement your weights session with a series of stretches to maximise your results and help prevent injuries.

4 Cool Down Exercises to Aid Recovery

Date: Mar 07, 2016     By: Genesis Fitness    Fitness
Cooling down after a workout is an undervalued practise. It starts the recovery process off and is the first steps in avoiding soreness and fatigue in the days to come. Spending a few extra minutes to do a thorough cool down will pay off, both in how you feel, and your ability to come back and train again tomorrow, or whenever your next scheduled workout is.

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