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Fitness Blog

05 Feb
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So if you read the last fitness blog you will see that I was talking about fitness challenges, goals, aspirations and what it takes to really induce change in your body when you have a short term time frame but big time fitness goals. I previously explain ... Continue Reading

20 Jan
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First of all, Born2Perform would like to wish you all a very Happy New Year. We hope all of you had a fabulous festive season with your loved ones. Furthermore we hope that 2015 has started with a bang and has been successfully enjoyed so far.   So Chris ... Continue Reading

08 Dec
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Born2Perform is EXPANDING and we are going trans global, virtually. A young lady in Dubai who was about to move to Europe via a brief spell back home in the United States recently approached us. She wanted to make sure that all of the time spent packing, ... Continue Reading

10 Nov
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Are you one of those people who finds it impossible to self motivate to exercise? You are definitely not alone. Whilst sometimes there is nothing better than just besting out some deadlifts or hammering it out on the bench press with some music and no int ... Continue Reading

13 Oct
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  Squats, love them or hate them they are an essential foundation movement that we as humans are required to use every day. Even those who don’t do leg day at the gym will probably squat at least 30 times a day without realising it. It is calle ... Continue Reading

17 Jul
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As both a fitness professional and athletic enthusiast the importance of unrestricted movement or movement without pain is essential to every day life. Whilst foam rolling is not the most thrilling of practices, self myofascial release (SMR) accompanied b ... Continue Reading

Nutrition Blog

09 Mar
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Put your hands up if this sounds like you! You are fed up of not looking like the magazine models despite the endless hours of exercise in the gym. You get annoyed that the cost of personal training is outside of your budget but following workouts from th ... Continue Reading

06 Dec
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From a young age most of us associate sugar and sweet foods with being rewarded for something or celebrating an event. We get cake and chocolates in abundance at our birthdays, religious holidays are exploited by the confectionary industries and when we h ... Continue Reading

20 Oct
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Nutrient loss – a consequence of almost every cooking process that we subject our food to, yet one of the things that our largely nutrient deficient population can least afford. Heat, light and oxygen exposure alter the nutrients that we find in raw foo ... Continue Reading

13 Oct
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                This is a bit of a story but stay with me on this one!! I am often slightly embarrassed when somebody asks me if I am on this site or that site and I have no idea what they are talking about. With a ... Continue Reading

30 Aug
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I’m a food lover Ok, ok, so I might be a personal trainer and secretly I know my clients hate me when I ask for a food diary, but honestly, I don’t do it to be mean. I like to know what’s going in. I like to know what exercise is happeni ... Continue Reading