Intelligent training

This category looks at bodybuilding from an overall point of view. Muscles don’t work in isolation but in synergy with one another. So your strategies in your training routines must incorporate that. Here you will find tips and guides on working out beyond individual bodyparts.

We debunk 4 big fitness myths

We debunk 4 big fitness myths

Ever since man first became aware and evolution put the foot on the accelerator, our society has became increasingly health conscious. The earliest hieroglyphics depicted a primordial man besting a sabre-toothed tiger with a kettle bell. Maybe I am exaggerating but the point I am trying to emphasise is that fitness and health are synonymous […]

9 ways to stay motivated at exercising

9 ways to stay motivated at exercising

Are you finding it hard to make a trip to the gym for a training session? Here are 9 ways and a bonus to keep up exercising and make it less of a chore.

5 Actionable Ways To Find Time For Fitness

5 Actionable Ways To Find Time For Fitness

No such thing as “no time”!

The Challenges of CrossFit

The Challenges of CrossFit

Overcome the challenges: how you can take your body beyond in a competitive Crossfit environment.

5 Must-Haves for Your Home Gym

5 Must-Haves for Your Home Gym

Think carefully to make maximum use of limited space and budget. But also have fun to create the gym that’s just right for you.

My favourite exercises

My favourite exercises

Do you have any favourite exercises? Here are mine and the reasons why I chose them. Come and share yours.

How to get a v-shaped torso

How to get a v-shaped torso

A V-shaped torso under a tight t-shirt or shirt hints of the athleticism of the person. You don’t need to get big and bulky for that, only work a few select muscles to help enhance this effect. Here’s how.

Beginners: machines or free weight?

Beginners: machines or free weight?

Here are a few good reasons why beginners in particular should stay away from machines.

What makes a good workout?

What makes a good workout?

You’ve worked hard at the gym and feel pretty good about yourself. But how hard did you work? How do you define it?