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Essential Exercises Post Birth by AMBER WHITEFORD

Posted on: July 15th, 2018 by thekensingtonstudio

Originally posted on Sophie Guidolin’s website- a young mom who maintains a very aspiring physique, runs her own fitness business, publishes cook books & exercise regimes + a great competitor! _________________________________________________________________ Here are some essential exercises post birth as recommended by Amber Whiteford. PELVIC FLOOR MUSCLE (PFM) EXERCISES Aim for 30 good contractions a day; […]

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: March 8th, 2017 by KensingtonUser

Blog written by James Harris from There’s a huge stigma associated with personal training. We all know this. Most of the people who enter a gym are expecting to see bikini bodies and huge, jacked, swolled, roided out meatheads for trainers. The problem with this mentality, and you’re not the only one who has it, is […]

4 Myths About Female Glute Training – T Nation – Bret Contreras

Posted on: November 22nd, 2015 by thekensingtonstudio

Here’s what you need to know… 1. Judges of female figure and bodybuilding shows look for a glute-ham tie-in, but most women prefer glutes with a more prominent profile. 2. There is no glute-ham tie-in muscle. If you want to showcase the muscularity of the glutes and hamstrings, hammer them with a variety of hip […]

Choosing the right personal trainer

Posted on: March 26th, 2013 by thekensingtonstudio

In our last blog post, we told you how to study to become a personal trainer and what your options are once getting certified. However, what makes a good personal trainer? What should clients look for when hiring a trainer, and how should prospective trainers go about marketing themselves? Unfortunately, the ease of gaining a […]

Starting out in personal training

Posted on: March 12th, 2013 by thekensingtonstudio

To many, personal training can seem like the dream career. The freedom of flexible hours and a non-office environment, as well as the opportunity to change people’s lives can make it seem like an easy career choice. But with the plethora of information available out there, it can be overwhelming trying to figure out where […]

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