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Are Carbohydrates Really to Blame? Posted on 09 Jun 09:30 , 1 comment

. Throughout the years multiple food groups have been given the blame for causing weight gain, from Fat to Carbohydrates to everything except protein, remember Atkins? Whilst there is truth and scientific backing from blaming carbohydrates or/and fats for excess weight gain over protein not ma...

You are Unique and this is why Weight Loss must be Personalised Posted on 27 May 14:32 , 0 comments

Diets do not seem to be working do they? More and more people are being diagnosed as clinically  obese with more and more children and adolescents also being diagnosed. This is then leading to serious health conditions such as diabetes. It is well established that the extent of weight loss in res...

Steph Owens Unleashing Her Genetic Power! Posted on 08 Dec 11:11 , 0 comments

Steph Owen’s a high level weightlifter was one of the first to get the myInnerGo genetic test, she wanted to do everything possible to gain and hit her full potential. Steph Owens Hitting The Weights Upon receiving Steph’s profile we could see just how gifted she was: With genetic variants l...

Lucy Ellis’s myInnerGo Journey Posted on 03 Dec 11:13 , 0 comments

Personal trainer Lucy Ellis was one of the first people tested for themyInnerGo genetic test, a person very dedicated to her training and nutrition. Lucy had been training for years before the test with her main aim being to increase strength and lean muscle size. Lucy Ellis – Strength Statistic...

Phil Walker’s myInnerGo journey Posted on 23 Nov 22:00 , 1 comment

When Personal Trainer and GB swimmer Phil Walker decided to get the myInnerGo gene test he wanted to add strength and size, he was already training for this before the test, report and consultation. Phil Walker before testing: (week 1) When we got Phil’s report back we realised he had a gifte...

Knowing Knees Posted on 20 Oct 22:00 , 1 comment

The knee is made up from muscles, bones and ligaments and is also the biggest synovial joint in the body, it is made up from the distal femur and proximal tibia which is called the tibiofemoral joint, the knee is a hinge joint allowing flexion + extension with slight medial + lateral rotation. ...

The Best Whey: Protein Supplement Choices? Posted on 19 Oct 22:00 , 0 comments

A combination of globular proteins that are isolated from whey, whey protein originally is a by-product of cheese production, whilst now mainly used for athletic performance and muscle building certain studies show that whey protein can have anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer benefits. Whey protei...

Branch Chain Amino Acids: Essential or Not? Posted on 15 Oct 22:00 , 1 comment

The popular supplement, branch chain amino acids (BCAAs) have been used in elite sport for decades, but what are they and are they needed?  BCAAs consist of three amino acids bound together on a branched chain nature, and these amino acids are: LEUCINE ISOLEUCINE VALINE Out of these three ...

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