Crucial Fitness

The time has come for you to take charge of your physique!

  1. Stretch & Roll Yourself Fitter & Stronger

    Stretch & Roll Yourself Fitter & Stronger
    Most strength athletes believe that muscles are simply bundles of fibrous tissue that have the ability to contract, produce movement, generate force and stabilize body parts. This is why many will invest heavily in the best whey protein shake money can buy and stock the cupboards full of creatine monohydrate, but why too often stretching isn't a top priority for...
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  2. TRX Pro VS TRX Home

    TRX Pro VS TRX Home
    The TRX suspension trainer is available in 4 types, The TRX GO, TRX Home, TRX Pro & TRX Tactical, however the home and pro versions are by far the most popular and we are going to take a close look at the differences between them. TRX Home & TRX Pro Price The TRX Home is £149 compared the the Pro...
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  3. Guide to Foam Rolling

    Guide to Foam Rolling
      Every gym, studio and crossfit box has them. You’ll see them at your physiotherapist’s office and if you’re working in the industry no bag is complete without it. You’ll see people in some crazy positions trying to loosen their hard to get areas whilst attempting to maintain their equilibrium so they don’t fall flat on their face!   But...
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  4. Spice up your nutrition

    Spice up your nutrition
    Don’t be a bore - Spice up your meals We all know that dieting can be extremely boring and repetitive. This article will introduce you to the benefits of selected herbs and spices. Remember dieting doesn’t have to be boring! Introduce these to your meals for improved taste and a whole host of health benefits.   Cinnamon Cinnamon is a...
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  5. How to improve your Physique

    How to improve your Physique
    What you need to know about transforming your Physique Wherever we look we see rippling muscular physiques. From fitness magazine covers to pop stars and athletes. The health and fitness industry is subsequently booming with so many trying to emulate their icons. However, lets get this straight, there is no magic formula to achieve the physique of your dreams. Getting...
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  6. Carbohydrate Timings

    Carbohydrate  Timings
    When's the best time to consume carbs for training? I’m sure most people are sick and tired of reading posts related to carbohydrates.  This informal article will take a slightly different approach and explore carbohydrate intake timings for bodybuilders and physique athletes.  We all know that carbohydrates are the body’s primary energy source and need to be utilised effectively rather...
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  7. The BIG Giveaway - ENDED!

    The BIG Giveaway - ENDED!
    You've missed it!  If you're reading this your too late unfortunately, our big giveaway has ended. Don't get too upset though we're feeling festive and will be doing spot giveaways over the next few weeks announced on either our twitter or Facebook pages. These will only last an hour so you need to regularly check our social media for updates...
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  8. Quest Bars Review

    Quest Bars Review
    The recent king of the protein bar world, the bandwagon has continued to gather pace in recent months, where people believe the quest bar is a guilt free treat that can be squeezed quite easily in daily macro calculations.   Double Chocolate Chunk Total Calories: 160 Protein: 20g Total Carbohydrates: 25g (with 3g of Net Carbs.) -Sugars: 1g -Dietary...
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  9. Maximuscle Promax Lean Bar Review

    Maximuscle Promax Lean Bar Review
    Each Maximuscle Promax Lean Bar contains 206 calories and contains a superb 2000mg of L-Carnitine per bar along with green tea, caffeine, 23g of protein, high fibre to keep hunger at bay. This bar has a very good nutritional breakdown for a post workout meal. Low fats and 10g sugar.   Nutritional Breakdown Total Calories: 206  Protein: 23g  Total...
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  10. ISS OhYeah Protein Bar Review

    ISS OhYeah Protein Bar Review
    This bar is huge, big in stature, big in calories and big in fats.  So not ideal for those who are watching their waistlines.  More of a protein packed treat than a regular daily dietary item in our opinion.   Amount per 85g Serving:  Total Calories: 380  Protein: 26g  Total Carbohydrates: 31g  -Sugars: 8g  -Dietary Fiber: 4g  Fat: 19g ...
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