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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 […]


Posted on: February 20th, 2017 by KensingtonUser

Today’s blog is written by Lee Boyce from ____ AND YOU NEED TO GET YOUR HEAD OUT OF THE CLOUDS. APPROXIMATE READING TIME: 7 MINUTES My industry sorely lacks a dose of reality when it comes to promises it claims it can keep concerning a prospective client’s results. It doesn’t help the situation when […]

Better-Than-Sex Glute Pump

Posted on: September 29th, 2016 by thekensingtonstudio

If you’re a female interested in fitness the odds are that you enjoy working on your glutes. Sohee Fit created this great glute-finisher OR stand alone glute session that will give you a great pump! This is a 10-minute mini-band glute circuit that you can do from anywhere. Here’s what it looks like: A1. RKC […]

Training During Pregnancy: How to Modify Your Workout Without Losing Your Workout

Posted on: September 15th, 2016 by thekensingtonstudio

Pregnancy doesn’t have to mean you have to quit all workouts – Breaking Muscle’s Nicole Crawford wrote a great article on how to adjust your workout during this special time! Nicole Crawford Women who have trained prior to pregnancy probably won’t be thrilled about some of the exercise rules and regulations you find in books […]

Something about Karate by Alice Taricco

Posted on: June 30th, 2016 by thekensingtonstudio

First of all, karate is an oriental system of unarmed combat using the hands and feet to deliver and block blows. The main goal of traditional karate training is as a form of self-defence; the most important sentence you will hear is “You never attack first” The word “Karate” is a combination of two Chinese […]

How to exercise while pregnant

Posted on: June 3rd, 2016 by thekensingtonstudio

Expecting? Here’s a great info graphic from Precision Nutrition on how to remain active!

Reader Question: How Does Strength Training Help Weight Loss

Posted on: April 1st, 2016 by thekensingtonstudio

A great post written by Erika Hurst from! When we workout, especially if we’re seeking fat loss and a change in body composition, we want to chase a hormonal effect from exercise rather than an amount of calories burned.  Our hormones run the show and dictate everything our bodies do. Strength training creates the most […]

How much cardio is “too much”

Posted on: February 17th, 2016 by thekensingtonstudio

HOW MUCH CARDIO IS TOO MUCH Here’s a great article about how to implement cardio succesfully into your workout routine. Written by Contrary to my personal anti-treadmill stance, cardio can absolutely play a role in any fitness/fat loss puzzle. But just like everything else in life, there is such a thing as too much […]

10 Reasons you should sprint

Posted on: March 11th, 2015 by thekensingtonstudio

1. It preferentially burns body fat. Weight loss isn’t just about eliminating any old kind of body mass. It’s about losing body fat while preserving or even gaining muscle and bone. Sprinting appears to be excellent at eliminating body fat without the negative impact on muscle mass commonly seen with excessive endurance training. A recent […]

Time to get sweaty!

Posted on: October 14th, 2014 by thekensingtonstudio

Ready for a new challenge? You know what it’s like, between the kids, work, keeping up with a busy social life – it can be challenging to dedicate yourself to a workout program. Or maybe you  just travel a lot, you’re going away somewhere without a gym (unlikely these days, but still possible!). We all […]

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