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The Abdominal Finisher

This sequence of 3 exercises can be added in to the end of any workout to hone in on the mid section as shown below:

The 4 sections to “The Abs”


Renegade Row

Side Plank with Abduction




Change your Ab routine around for the best Results!

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The Toughest Exercise to Master – Pull Ups – Made Easy!

In my time as a Personal Trainer, (over 20 years), one of the exercises that has caused the most intrigue and the one that many people feel that they could never master, has been Pull Ups, (Chins).

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This exercise requires a tremendous amount of strength, to a level that many of the clients that I work with, including Athletes, will find beyond their reach.

This exercise has now been brought into many peoples range of strength with the use of Power-bands as shown below:

IMG_0973-1Power Band Chins Video

This will assist you in knocking out sets of 8 quality Chins at a time. In time you will then be able to gradually reduce the strength of your band until you are performing full body weight chins!

MWPT Power Bands are available in the shop section!


My Top 5 Fats for Healthy Eating & Fat Loss Plans

Fats are an essential part of out diet, FACT!

When the world went Low Fat crazy, where did that get us? More Obese!

I believe that and have proven with many successful Fat Loss attempts that range between 10-20Kg, that dependent on your activity level for the day, between 25% and 50% of your caloric intake for the day, should come from healthy Fats and these Fats should be combined with a source of Protein, never Carbohydrate.

Here are my top 5 Fat sources:

  1. Avocado
  2. Nuts
  3. Mackerel
  4. Salmon
  5. Olive Oil

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15-20g Saturated Fat per 100g[/caption]


16g Fat per 100g[/caption]


12g Fat per 100g[/caption]


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