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Practicing Team Kules Fitness Values - The First Month

Practicing Team Kules Fitness Values – The First Month

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It’s been a month since I signed off from social media for Team Kules Fitness. But since I am recovering from a bout of Gastro I thought I’d use the time to reflect on my first month working full time with the Army and share how I am still able to practice the Team Kules Fitness values on health and fitness. Naturally I’d love to tell you the stories about the bombs and rockets inside my pockets…

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Food and Knowledge: Eating for Life - Part 1

Food and Knowledge: Eating for Life – Part 1

Food. We all know that when it comes to reducing body fat or gaining muscle, what you put in your mouth has a massive influence on the situation. Fitness and nutrition go hand in hand. Fitness is not a temporary thing, and nutritionshouldn’t be either. It’s a lifestyle. You have to be active and train all year round, so your nutrition needs to be in check all year round as well. You need to…

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Sunday is for Planning… Part 2

Sunday is for Planning… Part 2

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So building on from my post earlier. I have meal prepped my lunches for the next 5 days, in the form of Moroccan Turkey. This way I can just grab’n’go during the week and know that I’m still getting all the right goodies. I can also put a whole recipe into MyFitnessPal and then it’s there to add in each day…

I planned the amount of ingredients before I cooked to suit my calorie and macro needs.…

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Sunday is for Planning…

Sunday is for Planning…

We’ve all heard the age old saying ‘failing to plan, is planning to fail’, and in terms of reaching your health and fitness goals, this is so true. If I don’t plan for my week ahead today, by setting my days for training and preparing what food I will eat, then I know I fail, feel rushed, eat the wrong things, ad don’t train as hard. So let’s take a breath and prepare the week ahead…

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Ramadan and Training in a Fasted State

Ramadan and Training in a Fasted State

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Recently I have seen some bad press about Ramadan: the negative effects it has on the body, and how barbaric and stupid this practice is. Some of it really irked me, so I have decided to take this opportunity to deliver a few home truths about fasting, and training in a fasted state. I have a few mates who do Ramadan each year. But this year they will complete some really grueling training…

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Training and the “I’m too busy” syndrome - Part 2

Training and the “I’m too busy” syndrome – Part 2

Welcome back to my three-part series on about fitting in training when we say “I’m too busy”. It happens. Life is busy! But our aim is to make fitness and health sustainable for the modern lifestyle. Last week we spoke about the health benefits of exercise, and how exercise can actually benefit your work! I know crazy, huh. If you haven’t read that post I recommend you go back and have a read…

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The Evolution of Team Kules Fitness

The Evolution of Team Kules Fitness

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I am writing my post for this week with excitement and sadness. This week I start my full time contract work with the army! This means I wont be able to blog on a frequent basis, but I look forward to writing when I can. My plan is to share with you my journey and how I keep fit and healthy during this time. For most of you this isn’t a surprise, but if you’re reading this thinking,…

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Training and the “I’m Too Busy” syndrome - Part 1

Training and the “I’m Too Busy” syndrome – Part 1

For the past few weeks we’ve been talking to you about ‘why we fall of the bandwagon’ and motivating yourself in the winter months. ‘Motivation’ is a bit of a Pandora’s Box, there’s a lot to talk about; a lot that we can say to inspire and assist others. So, I thought I’d continue on that topic by talking about ‘Training and the “I’m too busy” syndrome’…

How often have you said to yourself, “oh,…

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Why we fall off the bandwagon: Part two

Why we fall off the bandwagon: Part two

Firstly I’d like to say a big thank you to those who took the time to read our blog last week. I quite enjoyed the experience of writing an article, and I look forward to creating more articles on the “why we fall off the bandwagon” series.

As we hit the depths of another Victorian winter, the need to feel comfortable and cosy rises; having a nice log warm fire, wearing puffy jackets and having…

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Why we fall off the fitness wagon: part 1

Why we fall off the fitness wagon: part 1

Have you ever started something but haven’t finished it? You know, those gym memberships you buy but just stop going? Or the running routine you set yourself to start at 5am in the morning? Or the newest diet you try but end up eating something you’re not supposed to so just finish the whole cake?

We all start a fitness program with the best of intentions. In our heads, we think we have a clearly…

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