Hey guys,

This is a topic for people to post their personal bests while in the gym and give and receive support from other people

It can be anything, for example “I just bicep curled 50kgs (110lbs)” or “I just ran for 30mins”

Whatever you did that your proud of, let us know and lets get behind each other and push for those goals.

Good luck guys now lets hear some personal bests

As always stay tuned for more good records 🙂

Hey guys,

I just want to talk a little about supplements and what I take.

I have had many years experience working with different kinds of supplements, and am constantly trying new products to get a real understanding of what works and why.

I am simply going to list the supplements that I am currently taking. I am taking quite a few different supplements at the moment but when I’m seeing such good results why would I stop 😛







I know this is quite a few supplements to be taking but I am playing around with a few different types pre and post-workout shakes just to see what works best.

Now obviously not everyone needs to take these supplements, my goals will vary to yours and I am taking what I need in order to reach my potential.

Once I finish taking this set of supplements I will write up a detailed review of how I found each product in performance, taste and price.

I hope to help you guys understand the world of supplements because there are so many products out there it can be very hard to know what is best for you and your goals.

Feel free to ask me any questions you may have on supplements

As always stay tuned for more supplement information 🙂

Hey guys,

Check out the “Your Blog” tab at the top of the page for some information on how you can make your blog more popular.


Thanks again guys and goodluck

As always stay tuned for more good posts 🙂

Hey guys,

This tip is about setting goals and what you can do to achieve them.

Setting goals for yourself is one of the most important things you can do when exercising. Your goals could vary from loosing 5kgs (11lbs), running 10km (6 miles) to doing 20 chin ups. No matter what your doing set goals for yourself.

When you set a fitness goal it has to be achievable, there is no point saying to yourself “I’m going to run 10km (6miles) tomorrow” when you haven’t run in 6 months.



A long term goal is something that you aim to achieve in the future and can usually be the final result you wish to get, for example “I would like to lose 5kgs (11lbs) in 3 months” this is a realistic goal, and a final result you wish to achieve. In order to reach these long term goals you also need to set some short term ones to help you out and keep you motivated.


A short term goal can be something as simple as “Next workout I’m going to run for an extra 5 minutes”, its pushing yourself that little bit further in order to reach your long term goal.


A simple yet effective tool you can use is quite simply make your goal public. Tell someone about it, tell them you wish to lose weight, by doing this it gives you that little bit more motivation to push and continue fighting for that goal.


Whenever I have a goal for myself I record my stats each week. Say your goal is to lose weight start by writing down your current weight and the date, then each week weigh in and see how your doing. If your looking at a number it represents how hard you have worked, and when you start seeing your goal edge closer it motivates you to keep going. In doing this, if you take a step backwards and gain weight one week don’t make it an excuse to give up, take it as motivation to push that much harder the next week.

Anyway guys,

I hope this tip has helped you, and as always stay tuned for more tips 🙂

Hey guys,

This tip is all about form while working out.

When I say form I am talking about how you perform a repetition in an exercise.

For example, If you a performing a bicep curl your goal is to have a slow controlled movement and really focuses on using the bicep. You DO NOT want to be swinging your body and leaning back or to the side in order to lift the weight.

If you have bad form while lifting a weight there is a simple solution to help you lift with good form…LOWER THE WEIGHT…don’t go for glory when working out and pick up an extremely heavy weight because you saw the guy before you using it.

If you have bad form while lifting a weight you will get bad results. Don’t be that person at the gym you see picking up a huge amount of weight and using there entire body to swing and lift it up.

Bad form leads to injuries which stops you working out all together. So guys please lift with good form, and if your unsure if you have good form while lifting simply go ask one of the gym instructors or someone around you. People at the gym are very friendly and always happy to help.

If you have a question for me about form while working out don’t hesitate to ask.

Stay tuned for more helpful tips 🙂

Hey guys,

This is the first treadmill workout of many to come to help you stay fit and focused during your runs.

Often a problem people have with cardio workouts is becoming bored and unmotivated, follow this workout for a fun run on the treadmill.

1. Jog for 3 mins at a steady pace

2. Up the speed to a run and continue for 2 mins (Should be puffing)

3. Slow it down to an average walking pace for 30 secs

4. Repeat sequence adding 1 min to the run time.

The amount of times you perform the circuit will depend on your fitness ability, but a nice tip is to simply go as long as you can for your first workout, then each time you perform the workout afterward add another set.

Aim to perform this workout at least 3 times a week

This may sound like an easy workout, but give it a go and you’ll really be puffing by the end of it


Stay tuned for more workouts and tips to come 🙂