Watch the Kensington Studio Trailer here Be the best you can be - The ultimate in personal training

How to Deadlift (and why everyone should)

Posted on: July 6th, 2017 by KensingtonUser

Today’s post is written by Nia Shanks, have a look at her page for a lot of great advice both on training and nutrition! You perform the deadlift movement every day, and probably don’t even realize it. Picking up a loaded laundry basket off the floor. Picking up your kid. Picking up a box to […]

Fat Burning Foods: What Experts Don’t Want You To Know

Posted on: June 20th, 2017 by KensingtonUser

Today’s post is by If you want to burn fat, make sure you incorporate these 13 foods into your diet. Once they’re into your mouth, you can be sure to watch the fat fly off your bones in no time… Look, fat burning foods sounds like a miracle idea, right? All you gotta do is […]

How to Travel for Business or Vacation and Still Lose Fat

Posted on: June 8th, 2017 by KensingtonUser

Today’s article is written by Bryan Krahn from BryanKrahn.com, i highly recommend looking at his page for more great information! Enjoy! ________________________________________ There are no dumb questions when you coach general population clients through physique transformation. But there are some you get much more frequently. “Should I do low intensity steady state cardio or higher intensity?” “Are […]

10 Killer Tips For Eating In Restaurants Without Blowing Your Diet

Posted on: May 23rd, 2017 by KensingtonUser

Today’s post is useful to anyone keen to maintain their social life while reaching or maintaining their best physique. Thank you Rudy Mawer! __________________________________________________________ I spend 50% of my year on the road for business and fitness events, so it’s fair to say I’ve got some great experience when it comes to eating out while […]

What To Do If Your Genetics Suck

Posted on: May 10th, 2017 by KensingtonUser

Today’s post is written by Nia Shanks, enjoy! You can’t fight your genetics. You’re the recipient of what your mother and father gave you, for better or worse. But you don’t have to settle for your genetics either. Some people have less than ideal genetics when it comes to managing a healthy bodyweight. There’s more […]

RISE & GRIND

Posted on: April 27th, 2017 by KensingtonUser

I can’t believe I’ve only just run into Artemis Scantalides’s website. Please read more great articles on her website. Enjoy today’s blog! Often you see people post the phrase “Rise & Grind”. What does that mean? Does that mean that you wake up at 4:00 a.m. and crank out work until 7:00 p.m. like a […]

The 4 workout rules I follow to look and feel my best

Posted on: April 14th, 2017 by KensingtonUser

Today’s article is written by Nate Green, check out his website for many more great articles! __________________________________________ My entire approach to working out can be summed up in four rules: choose consistency over intensity remember that ego is the enemy make progress every week do fun stuff These rules have adapted over time as I’ve […]

Why Crawling Is Vital At Any Age

Posted on: April 6th, 2017 by KensingtonUser

You’ve probably noticed that crawling has recently been coming up a lot more in fitness websites and magazines. Perhaps you’ve seen someone crawling around at the gym, and you’ve wondered, “What in the world is that person doing?” If you’re lucky, you work with a coach or trainer who already includes a bit of crawling […]

4 ways mindfulness will boost your results at the gym

Posted on: March 22nd, 2017 by KensingtonUser

Today’s blog is about using mindfulness as a tool to get more out of your workout. Written by Karina Inkster from KarinaInkster.com ___________________________________________________________________ It’s 7:30am on a Tuesday morning. You’re at the gym: ear buds in, music pumped, and treadmill cranked. You’re trying to focus on reading the closed captioning on the TV screen in front of […]

Getting Started With Indoor Rowing

Posted on: March 15th, 2017 by KensingtonUser

Another brilliant blog from Girls Gone Strong written by Crossfitter Elisabeth Akinwale– go have a look on their website for a plethora of information. As for me, i’m off to do some rowing! _______ The indoor rower, originally developed as a training tool for water rowing, has become a preferred training tool regularly used by athletes […]

eXTReMe Tracker