Training Journal: Karl Murray

Day One If I’m off work then I’ll train twice a day, let’s say on a Monday I’ll go to the park and do track session or speed work! Maybe the WOOD-BREAKER or the DIRTY 30! Logging times, I’ll do 10 sets of 80m sprints with pyramid burpees 2/4/6/8/10 and back down! And then a hill […]

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The Basics of Good Nutrition

1. If it doesn’t swim, run, or fly, and grow in the ground. Don’t eat it. 2. The first thing that eat everyday will dictate your cravings for the day! 3. Eliminate processed foods e.g. microwave meals 4. Consume foods with high quality proteins e.g. eggs, meats, fish 5. Avoid all trans fats or hydrogenated […]

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Bootcamp Journey: Iain Osborn

April 2016 and my first ever JW Bootcamp, as I filled out the starter form the first thing Jake wanted to know was what was I looking to achieve through training at Bootcamp? At the time I couldn’t really think of anything specific; in my head I was an ageing ex-rugby player just looking to […]

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Bootcamp Journey: Angela Tooley

Meet Angela Tooley, 44 years old, From local jogger to Boston Marathon Qualifier… Looking back I have seem to have spent most of my adult life on a diet. Whilst I managed to keep off weight I lost (nearly 6 stone in total) it was the prospect of turning 40 that gave me the kick […]

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5 Tips to Staying Motivated

Exercise Adherence – Find a form of physical activity which you enjoy! Your more likely to stick to it and work harder at it. Set your goals – You need some form of motivation and purpose behind your hard efforts in the training room and outdoor bootcamps. Remind yourself of your goal every week and […]

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Week 1: Mindset – Simon Akers

After yet another lost weekend of kebab meat and chips washed down with one too many pints, I took a look in the mirror and decided it was time to change, I was fast approaching 45, about 3 stones overweight and have never felt so unhealthy and unfit. I had serious motivation issues and about […]

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Bootcamp Journey: Guy Hope

A journey to the sand…Boot camp participant and cave dweller Guy Hope reflects on being part of the JWPT community and how this has helped him to prepare for the world’s toughest footrace. As the Cheshire cat said, ‘every adventure requires a first step’. In this instance it was a decision made whilst sat on […]

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Bootcamp Journey: Jonathan Rigby

Why would you get up at all hours, go out in all weathers, to do such extreme exercise? It’s a fair question, and one I have been asked more than a few times during this last year by friends and family. I will give you my answer as to why I promise, but first, let […]

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Week 6: You cannot out train a diet

Check out Neil’s blog as he shares his thoughts and experiences at JWPT after 6 weeks of coaching to change his lifestyle and go from DadBOD to DadGOD. Results; when adopting this diet for 5 days on and 2 days off (first 4 weeks) and then falling back to carbs, beer and wine at the […]

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HIIT vs LISS

What is HIIT? HIIT refers to “High-Intensity Interval Training” and is one of many great training methods that promote fat loss when performed 1-3 times per week. The trait that follows HIIT is the hard-hitting label but this can be adaptable to suit all ages and fitness levels with low impact programs too! Benefits of […]

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