Five key exercises for Pectus, one to one help, new Pectus DVD and survey

The other week a young man came to see me (all the way from Ireland) with his mum, as he needed help with doing his exercises to improve his chest.


The Zumba madness spreads to London and beyond!

Zumba is the fastest growing and largest dance-fitness class in the world. Within the last 10 years it has spread to over 110,000 locations across more than 125 countries


How much weight, repetitions and sets should I be using in the gym?

A lot of poeple get quite confused when know what weight, repetitions and sets they should be using when in the gym. There no real magic number.


Pool player tip- Improve your break power with weight training

Doing exercises such as deadlifts, step ups, squats and rotational movements can improve your break power.


The only Pectus Excavatum improvement e-book is ONLY available at London Finest Supplements

Are you looking for a non-surgical supplement to improve the look of your chest?


The A, B and C’s for beginners at weight training

If you are looking to get into weight training, and not to sure how to go about doing it. These basic steps should get you going. Even the more advance trainee may get some useful tips from this!


Why its good idea to use chalk when doing any heavy pulling or rowing exercises

Forget straps and weight lifting gloves, they don’t allow you to fully utilize your grip and can cause wrist problems, as well as, relative muscle weakness problems in shoulders and upper back musculature.


The two top things you can do today to improve your workouts- change and goal setting with tracking

If someone came up to me and asked me, “what two mains things can I do today, to improve my workouts?” This is what I would suggest to them:


The king of all exercises- the deadlift plus my 10 top reasons to deadlift

The deadlift is considered as the “king of exercises.” This is because it works so many muscles at once. In short, it works the muscles in your legs, hips, lower back, upper back, neck and forearms.


Multi-angle press ups with pull up bar video

This is a different way to perform a press up. It is a good way for beginners to get stronger at it, simply by lowering the bar a few inches at a time.

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