May , 2020
Hydration is a fundamental component to performance on any day, whether it be staying hydrated throughout competition or training, or to keep you focused at school or work. Not hydrating before, during and after exercise is one of the biggest mistakes you can make. Read on to find out why.
If you find yourself sitting for long periods of time then it will do you a whole world of good to spend 10 -15 minutes stretching throughout the day to help you re-energise and help you to not lose productivity. Try this stretching routine to get you moving and away from your screen!
Lockdown is easing with some restrictions being lifted such as being able to travel to exercise and meet with one person outside of your household. Hopefully, this is bringing more fun to your daily workouts and a well-needed break from the home training routines! Find out which recommendations we have for you alongside working out!
Parents have a tough job balancing their own health and well-being along with their children's on an average day, let alone during a time of uncertainty. So it is very natural to feel upset and unsure about what to do for your children and other loved ones at this particular time. Read more on how to support your young adult's health & mental well-being.
We have our first guest blog from Sam White today, he discusses in great detail what makes a good training programme for an athlete. MVP's programming philosophy falls in line with everything Sam has mentioned, so if you'd like to discover more about how and why your programmes are constructed have a read below!
Proteins are known as ‘the building blocks’, it’s what you need to consume to repair and build muscle after exercise. When you exercise you create microscopic tears in the muscle fibres, and by consuming a high protein meal after exercising your body can deliver amino acids (small proteins) to the damaged muscle and assist in its repair, recovery and rebuild! Get the recipe for this amazing pancakes now!
Some of you may be struggling for ideas to keep up your motivation for training during lockdown. There are lots and lots of ways that you can keep up your physical activity (recommended 30 mins a day) levels within your own home and we wanted to share some of them with you. Read this blog post to help kick start your fitness regime!
If you find yourself sitting for long periods of time then it will do you a whole world of good to spend 10 -15 minutes stretching throughout the day to help you re-energise and help you to not lose productivity. Try this stretching routine and switch your brain off of working for ten minutes!