How To Keep A Training Journal

 This is another one of those blog posts I never thought I’d have to write. Something that is so second nature to dudes who are in the iron game long term that we sometimes forget not everyone is privy to such a simple piece of information. The information is this – without a map and […]

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The Intelligent Intensity System

Without a doubt the biggest mistake I see people making in the gym is not training hard enough. …or at least hard enough on the right things. Sure, you’re sweating, grunting and giving it your all. But are you seeing progress? You show up to the gym day after day, chalk, belt, gloves and straps, […]

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On First World Problems

You don’t have problems. Really, you don’t. Ya see chances are, if you’re reading this, you probably came across it on Facebook, twitter or google. And for that to happen you had to have access to a magic screen with buttons which instantly transform things in front of your eyes.   // Watch The Video […]

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On GBC and PHA

After 20 weeks of very intense strength work in RevFit: Drumcondra it’s time to change things up a bit. And it’s really the perfect time to do it, because our sister gym, RevFit: Glasnevin will be kicking into a very similar program at the same time. But what is this magic program I hear you […]

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Stop Chasing Numbers

  You wouldn’t cheat on your girlfriend, so don’t cheat on your reps. I say this as a passionate trainer who cares SO much about his clients, their progress, but it ‘effin KILLS me when I see people cutting reps, or stopping squats high just to use more weight. It happens on bench press, squat, […]

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How To Be A Good Training Partner

  A good training partner, or group of guys/girls to train with is one of the most important factors along with good coaching, programming and nutrition when it comes to your long term success. They’ll pick you up when you’re feeling down, push when you’re backing off and just lighten the mood when things get […]

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I WAS WRONG

“I couldn’t give a fiddlers what I weight I’d rather feel confident, comfortable and fit into my clothes better!” – Aimee hit the nail on the head with that one.   As a long term client in RevFit Aimee really “gets it” better than most. It’s not just about being stronger (that’s awesome), it’s not […]

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Have You Got What It Takes?

  Trainers and people who study training often fall into this nasty trap. I call it the; “Ya can’t do that!!” conundrum. See the more educated you get, the dumber your “grunt brain” gets. Your inner grunt is that thing which keeps you going when times are hard. When the lactate is building, the sweat […]

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