April 2011


BRYAN KEANE – The Road to (100%)Recovery

Since a serious accident on his bike last year Bryan Keane is now back on the road. Its difficult to imagine when you look at these images how much damage was physically done, luckily his training times have continued to improve as he gets back to the ‘job’ he loves. Below you will find Bryan in his own words and his blog and website are well worth a visit.. if you like triathlons and have a GSOH! “This summer (2009) Bryan Keane finally reached some of the goals he set... Read More


A sturdy wide man with bags of pace, announced himself on the international stage in November 2004 when he scored on his Ireland senior debut against the USA. A former Monaghan minor Gaelic footballer, Bowe became the first man from the Farney county to play for Ireland in 80 years when he lined out against the Americans. While missing the entire 2005 Six Nations campaign, the Ulster flyer return to play in seven matches in-a-row for Ireland. Bowe has been a regular in the Ireland squad in recent seasons and... Read More

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One of the biggest myths I hear in gyms worldwide is that aerobics is the best form of exercise for fat loss. In my experience, strength training is simply a better long-term form of exercise than aerobic training. Latest studies have shown that performing strength training burns more fat by increasing fat oxidation during training and after the actual session. For the fastest body fat loss I use a protocol of whole-body functional strength training three times per week and combine this with sprint interval training for both male and... Read More

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The business end of the season – stay hydrated!!

Like so many sports it becomes all or nothing at this point in the season whatever sport you play in whatever league. Many do not have the opportunity like Arsenal, for instance to be knocked out of three competitions so quickly and yet still be in the running to win the Premier League, for most of us the mediocrity of mid table plays out in the final weeks. Here at Kinetica we are building toward the end of the season, having an Irish heritage and sponsoring Leicester has created some... Read More