Does HIIT and caffeine improve tolerance to HIT?
This is a very promising small scale study looking at the effects of caffeine on tolerance to high intensity workload. The study shows that those who took 5mg of caffeine per kg were able to train at a high intensity level for 30% longer than those who didn’t take caffeine. The caffeine group also burned […]Continue reading
More Work and Less Rest Means More Calories Burned
For those who are time poor and struggle to make it into the gym. Recent research presented at the American College of Sports Medicine AGM, shows you can burn 346 calories in 13 minutes. Spending less time resting and more time working out, with lighter weights is the key. This Workout Can Burn 346 Calories […]Continue reading
Just how many calories do those Winter Olympians burn?
With the Winter Olympics in full swing, here is an article which highlights how many calories these athletes burn during their chosen sport. To put the figures in this article into perspective a Big Mac has around 560 calories. http://www.cbsnews.com/news/2014-winter-olympics-which-winter-sports-burn-the-most-calories/Continue reading