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Monthly Archives: March 2013

Building the Bulls: A Review to Date

After a very successful pre-season under the guidance of Strength and Conditioning Coach Tom Clough and Head Coach Francis Cummins, we are now 6 games into our 2013 Super League campaign. So where have we come from and where are we now from a nutritional perspective? The squad came together in early November, following some initial testing, when our pre-season … Continue reading

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A Question of Taste

  Sports science is having an increasing impact in the world of business, and the area of sports nutrition is no exception. Top sportsmen and women are always looking at ways of improving their performance, and do so in the knowledge that their bodies are similar to a Formula 1 car – no matter how good the engine and the … Continue reading

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Rob Palmer’s Nutrient Timing

  After completing my last competition in February, I weighed a whopping 89.1 kg. I was more than happy with the lifts, which consisted of 3 British records and more importantly 3 personal bests on the squat, bench press and total. It took me a step closer to the big 900kg total that I have been chasing for the last … Continue reading

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Fast, Medium & Slow Release Proteins: The Way Ahead

  Kinetica PRORELEASE Kinetica Sports is rooted by an ethos of innovation and new product development. Concentrating on the creation of products that consumers want and need, and subsequently delivering those products to the market is at the centre of our focus. So, we kicked off 2013 with the launch of PRORELEASE, our smooth-tasting shake that has been scientifically designed with … Continue reading

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Swing & Squat Savagery

Having a target number for a session will always keep you focused – but there has to be more than just reaching a number. This month’s kettlebell workout also teaches you how to work the right muscles when exercising, and it’s in a style known as pain assisted learning (PAL). Think it sounds nasty? It is, but it’s also seriously … Continue reading

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