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Protein Oat Pancakes

What do you do when you’ve run out of milk and don’t know what you feel like for breakfast?

You make Protein Oat Pancakes of course! Aaaaah old faithful Protein Oat Pancakes. And even though I rarely make the recipe the same it does have a base. I’ve substituted so many different ingredients if I didn’t have something in my fridge or cupboard: I’ve used yoghurt, casein protein powder, almond…

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Want to see results? Look at what you’re eating! - part 2

Want to see results? Look at what you’re eating! – part 2

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So the other day I briefly explained the first 3 things you need to think about when it comes to seeing results in the gym. So many people train and train and run and run, and then complain that they’re not seeing results. Well, as I mentioned in, Want to see results? Look at what you’re eating – Part 1, you need to look at what you’re eating.

Food is energy, and is used for growth, repair, and…

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Want to see results? Look at what you’re eating!

Want to see results? Look at what you’re eating!

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Why do we bang on about it all the time? Why do we fill your feed with pictures of food? Anyone who’s seen Jules and I eat know we eat A LOT. So how do we do this and still look the way we do?

Because…Nutrition, food, what you eat is the building block of fitness.

What you eat is the building block for your body composition (how your…

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Rest - it’s part of your program

Rest – it’s part of your program

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Happy holidays to our teacher pals, and happy weekend to everyone! It’s been a long term and a long week but we’re finally at the holidays and weekend and you deserve the rest.

I know I will definitely be getting in as much rest as possible this weekend. The last day of school was yesterday, and I came home and crashed, and slept for 11 hours. I am an early riser and sleeping in is a big thing…

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Team Kules Fitness - the business

Team Kules Fitness – the business

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Hi Team,

Kat and I would like to take this opportunity to share some very exciting updates with you.

Firstly we have just received news that we have received our business registration today! We are both pretty pumped about it all, as it means we can start registering domain names, emails and get working on our website.

It’s the beginning of the latest chapter of our business life, and is…

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Challenge your workouts: Progressive Overload

Challenge your workouts: Progressive Overload

As the old sayings goes; “If you always do what you’ve always done, you’ll always get what you’ve always gotten!” The same goes for training. If you want to improve your fitness or body composition (how your body looks), and results aren’t happening, then maybe you need to start challenging yourself and the work you are doing within your training program.

With that in mind, this blog will focus on

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Breakfast: Mug of Goodness

Breakfast: Mug of Goodness

Continuing on from my post yesterday, it’s important that you still count calories on the weekend.

It’s also important to slow down, spend some time caring for yourself and your well-being. One thing that helps me to do that is to cook up breakfast. This is slower than my weekday breakfast, I take my time, kick back, relax and eggs are great aren’t they? Gosh I love those little delicious yolky…

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Breakfast: Sweet Potato and Veg omelette

Breakfast: Sweet Potato and Veg omelette

So it’s the weekend. You ate all your prepped and organised meals for the week, and now you are left with what ever is in your fridge. Now you are left with weekend activities and eating around them. What do you eat for breakfast? What do you eat for the day, for the weekend without going off plan? This is something I think a lot of us get stuck with on the weekends. Or we don’t track or count…

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Improve your workout: track your heart rate

Improve your workout: track your heart rate

Last week we looked at the heart, and a summary of how much it can tell us about our workouts.  This week we will look in more depth to the benefits of tracking our heart rate while working out.

If you are serious about your training, then I thoroughly recommend purchasing a heart rate monitor. If you are serious about losing weight, getting ripped, or improving your conditioning then a heart…

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When the scales can lie…

When the scales can lie…

So this week has been eye opening for me. I jumped on the scales for the first time in a LONG time, and I pushed out 82.5kg… I jumped off those scales pretty quick. It’s not the first time I’ve weighed in around that mark, only six months ago to be precise. But that time I was actually a wee bit chubby after a good Christmas and some extended time away from training.

I thought to myself, how can…

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