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Thursday Training & HIIT Sessions

Posted by on Oct 18, 2017 in Fat loss, Life, Personal Training | 0 comments

Thursday Training & HIIT Sessions

Happy Thursday     In today's edition of Thursday's training I am going to share with you my number one tip for better movement and we are going to talk about HIIT that is High Intensity Interval Training.   Movement, it's such a fundamental part of our lives yet we often take it for granted. It's only when movement has gone that we realise what we once had.   Whether you want to be a great athlete or you simply just want to enjoy life injury/pain free then you need to learn to move well.   I always find it...

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7 Reasons Why You Should Do the DUTCH Test!!

Posted by on Oct 15, 2017 in Fat loss, Nutrition | 0 comments

7 Reasons Why You Should Do the DUTCH Test!!

Hormones are crucial to your health and having the right amounts, signalling at the right times in the right places is the difference between feeling great and feeling like crap.   If you're someone that values your health then I personally would recommend hormone testing. I typically test once every year or every couple of years just to see where I am at. And as of the recent times I have changed labs and tests.   For years I had been doing the Biohealth 205 which is a fantastic saliva test. However of the last few years Precision...

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Functional Movement Screen – Hawkes Bay

Posted by on Oct 11, 2017 in Personal Training | 0 comments

Functional Movement Screen - Hawkes Bay The Functional Movement Screen is an innovative system used to evaluate movement pattern quality in clients and athletes. The screen shows imbalances and asymmetries that the body has developed over the years.   The Functional Movement Screen (FMS) consists of 7 distinct tests to evaluate movement patterns and asymmetries, providing insight into mechanical restrictions and potential risk for injury. The test is scored from 0-21, and studies have shown that scores below 14 are correlated with a 50%...

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The Weight Loss Troubleshooting Guide

Posted by on Oct 10, 2017 in Fat loss, Nutrition | 0 comments

The Weight Loss Troubleshooting Guide

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Strength Sessions & How To Get Abs

Posted by on Oct 9, 2017 in Fat loss, Personal Training, Workouts of the Week | 0 comments

Strength Sessions & How To Get Abs

Happy Tuesday I love strength training and let's face it life is easier when you're stronger. It's easier to carry the shopping, it's easier to carry the kids and it's easier to haul yourself up the Peak. It's what gives you the ability to run faster, jump higher and shed more body-fat   You can't build a house without a solid foundation and strength training is that solid foundation.   For my workout I did some Turkish Get Up (TGU) practice.   What is the Turkish Get Up? It's a highly effective, highly functional exercise that...

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Meat Head Monday & A Simple Formula for Living

Posted by on Oct 1, 2017 in Fat loss, Life | 0 comments

Meat Head Monday & A Simple Formula for Living

Paul here again with another edition of Meat-Head training.  For today's workout I hit the big 40kg dumbbell for 2 sets of 5 reps on single arm push press. That thing is heavy!!     Note - The title of the video says 45 kg. That was me having a little cognitive function moment 🙂 .. It should be 40kg I have to admit I was a little tired today after a few late nights, so I took it a little easier on myself and finished my workout with some kettlebell flows. For those unfamiliar with kettlebell flows they simply are just a group of...

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My Workout – Meat-Head Thursday

Posted by on Sep 28, 2017 in Fat loss, Workouts of the Week | 0 comments

This week at Results we have been implementing a little more strength training with some heavy 5 rep-ers. I have to say I am impressed how strong you guys are. Anyway for today's post I thought I would share a bit of my training and put out some challenges for the boys! After a solid warm up, some mobility and activation it was on to Deadlifts. The Deadlift is a favourite of mine as nothing gets more functional than picking up heavy things from the ground. The video below is about 7 sets into the workout and honestly it's not perfect but I am...

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My Big 5 Takeaways From the 12 Week Challenge

Posted by on Sep 24, 2017 in Fat loss, Life, Nutrition | 0 comments

My Big 5 Takeaways From the 12 Week Challenge

Happy Monday, how was your weekend?  For us it marked the final week of the Results 12 week challenge. I just want to say a massive thank you to everyone that took part in the 12 weeks. We had some amazing results and you should all be amazingly proud of what you have achieved. Here are my big 5 takeaways from the 12 weeks   1  - Just begin   When you're setting out on a long and difficult journey towards your goal, you inevitably will not be able to foresee every obstacle in your way. But what you will find is that every step,...

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40 Kg’s Down and Still Counting… Meet Ryan

Posted by on Sep 17, 2017 in Fat loss, Life, Nutrition | 0 comments

40 Kg’s Down and Still Counting… Meet Ryan

Hope you all had a great weekend and enjoyed the sunshine! We spent most of the weekend gardening and spring cleaning! Today we thought we would bring you a short question and answer session with one of our clients - Ryan.  SO without further ado... Tell us about yourself: I have 3 sons, aged 15, 3, 20 months. I am a part owner of the Clearance Shed which has 11 stores, I was working in the business till 3 weeks ago when I made the decision to leave. During my time in the business I opened 8 stores as well as looking after all 11 at times. I...

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The Intermediate Fitness Bucket List Part 2

Posted by on Sep 4, 2017 in Fat loss, Life | 0 comments

The Intermediate Fitness Bucket List Part 2

Yesterday I brought you the beginners bucket list. Today we have the intermediate bucket list. These challenges are just that little bit harder. BUT they are still very doable 1 - Conquer the single leg pistol The single leg pistol requires both incredible leg strength and good hip and ankle mobility. Obviously squatting on one leg is harder than on two but it’s not just twice as hard, it’s more like 5x as difficult. 2 - Run half a marathon You have probably done a few 5k and maybe even a 10k or two. Now it’s time to go and do the half...

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