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Game On!

Well it seems like AGES since I last wrote anything but in reality its only been 11 days! 11 days of insane amazing things going on in my life – here’s just a few of them: Oxygen Magazine have invited me to … Continue reading

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My Competition Diet

Now that I’ve calmed down a bit, having said how easy I found it to get lean for comp, I thought it might be a good idea to put up my exact diet as a guideline  - I’ll add the big … Continue reading

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Yummy 3 Egg Omelette – Clean, Paleo

Ingredients: 3 Whole Eggs 4 Cherry Tomatoes Handful Fresh Basil 50g Zucchini – thinly sliced 30g Red Capsicum – thinly sliced 2 thin slices of Red onion handful Spinach or rocket leaves Method: – Fry all ingredients except eggs and … Continue reading

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I think therefore I am…I write therefore it will be

I’ve been tucked up in bed all day Friday, yesterday and today – resting. Probably not how I’d usually spend Easter, but nevertheless I’m probably doing the right thing. A bit of quality down time with me, myself and I. It might … Continue reading

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Personal Trainer Profile – Aiden Baker

Today I thought I’d turn the spotlight onto my trainer – Aiden Baker. Aiden has been a PT for 10 years and has trained clients at all levels of ability from people getting started, to obese people, people who are … Continue reading

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The Importance of the Third Eye

I across an article the other day written by Marc Lobliner, titled ‘The Importance of The Third Eye’. (Sorry Marc going to steal your title!) What does that mean? Well Mark was talking about how valuable it is at training to … Continue reading

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Lindy’s Lunch Lesson

Its been 2 weeks since the ANB Get The Edge Worskop where Lindy Olsen very kindly told us her entire comp prep diet and like I said in my write up, that information alone is worth more than the ticket price. I … Continue reading

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Off Season Plan

When I started getting into bodybuilding and competing one thing I read about and also heard from  different people was that in the off season you should stay within 10% of comp weight. I’d also heard that rebounding too quickly … Continue reading

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legs 11….times a week!

its 8 days after my surgery and I’ve been back in the gym every day, but as you can imagine with 1 arm in a sling and the other arm about 75% out of action, training is…limited. I was going … Continue reading

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