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Nutrition is a fundamental part to a rugby players success both in training and on the field. Its about building healthy habits that are sustainable. Have you got the right strategy in place?
Prehab helps athletes to create stronger, more mobile, and more resilient bodies. Read our guide to help you train harder and assist you in reaching your full potential!
Most top rugby players and coaches believe that psychological factors are a critical part of the make-up of champions. In close fought contests, having greater control over your mind can make the difference between winning and losing.
The key to building the ultimate rugby endurance engine that will see you finish a game as strongly as you start it, is incorporating repeated fast runs with minimal rest periods in between.
If you’re new to body building but aren’t sure how to tailor your diet to support your increased training - never fear, Maximuscle is here! We’ve pulled together 5 starter must do’s for all new aspiring body builders.
No matter how much you train don’t expect to wake up 14 days into your plan looking like Arnie. Before you start your body building journey take a moment to set REALISTIC goals. It takes time, focus and consistency. If you’re new to body building but not really sure where to start, Maximuscle have the basics sorted with useful tips to help you on your way.
Whether your perfect body is the muscularity of a cover model or the sheer muscle size of a body builder, either way it’s a journey of hard work in the gym and the right nutrition with a focus on protein to get there. But what do you do if you’re on a budget?
The term 'cutting' is pretty common around the gym. For many guys, getting 'cut' or 'ripped' is seen as the end goal - this article will de-boggle these terms.
Inflicting this power on an opponent without getting hit yourself. Muhammad Ali made this reference ahead of his world heavyweight championship title fight against George Foreman.
The conditioning exercises I do are all hard. You look at yourself ten weeks before a fight and there's nothing there, then after five weeks conditioning you look and you're ripped again!
Part One of Maximuscle’s Training Day series sees comedian Lee Nelson step into the ring with former super-middleweight world champion Carl Froch, to be put through his paces.
If you’re feeling aches and pains in your muscles after you’ve been training, there’s a good chance it’s DOMS – Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness. The rest periods between workouts are just as important as the exercise itself.