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Nutrition

01/06/2015
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NEW MilkPROtein

We’ve re-launched our Ready to Drink protein shake- MilkPROtein! Check out our new packaging and design MILKPROtein is our high protein ready-to-drink milk which offers a super convenient way to consume high quality protein for a more healthy and balanced lifestyle. It delivers 27g of protein per 330ml bottle, is fat free, gluten free and only 170kcals  We have 3 naturally flavoured varieties , Strawberry, Vanilla Caramel and Banana – Take a look ! .

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Fat Loss Circuit & Nutrition Advice from Jen Peglar PT at Six3Nine

By Jen Peglar PT @ Six3Nine Studio Covent Garden   There are three key components to a healthy lifestyle, nutrition, exercise and recovery – this is where a good night’s sleep is vital. When the goal is fat loss, nutrition is key. Of course well structured, regular physical activity is going to get you to your goal quicker but you simply cannot out train a poor diet. In order to lose weight (primarily fat), the equation is simple. You need to burn more calories than you consume so that you... Read More

easy berry protein oats 25/11/2014
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Festive Protein Delights

By Rebecca Hughes from Barefoot Coconut As belt buckles loosen and we all let it go for the festive season, here’s a few protein packed recipes to ensure those gym shorts still fit come January!   Easy Berry Protein Oats Ingredients 1 scoop (20 to 30g) Kinetica Thermo Whey Wild Raspberry or Whey Protein Strawberry 80g oats 1 handful frozen blackforest fruit mix (such as blackberries, blackcurrants, blueberries and cherries) Hot water Optional: Cinnamon, honey, top with fruits, greek yoghurt, cacao nibs, unsweetened coconut, chia seeds, and/or nut butter. Whatever... Read More

Festive Protein Baked Oats 18/11/2014

Food Glorious Food !

Festive Protein Recipes Part 1 By Rebecca Hughes from Barefoot Coconut No-one wants to be that person who says ‘no’ to everything, including the incredible homemade Christmas pudding or grandmas baked goodies.The key is to find that balance between relaxing and not over indulging so much that your gym shorts don’t fit come January. Enjoy a bite of the festive food, just avoid going overboard. With a few smart choices you can enjoy meals that are surprisingly nutritious whilst being a little decadent. Get stuck into these festive delights with... Read More

28/05/2013
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Ronan McLaughlin’s Nutritional Blog (Interim)

Written by Kinetica fuelled, An Post CRC cyclist Ronan McLaughlin. After looking into pre-race nutrition in my last piece, I will be writing about how I fuel myself during a stage today. The energy I took on with my breakfast would be enough to fuel me at race pace for between one and two hours, but because we need to race for up to five or six hours at a time in some of the longer races it’s important to keep right on top of fuelling from the start. I... Read More

27/03/2013
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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 period began. Pre-season was very tough on the boys as they were performing multiple sessions a day, generally consisting of gym based strength/power/hypertrophy work, pitch and gym based fitness blocks,... Read More

20/03/2013
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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 driver, if you put in the wrong fuel, it won’t perform very well! As a consequence, athletes from all sports are always looking for new nutritional supplements that might give... Read More

19/12/2012
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Matt Lovell’s tips for a guilt free Christmas

We all find comfort foods give us an instant hit of pleasure. They are tasty, sustaining, filling – orgasmic, even. So how can they possibly be healthy? One of the things that tells your brain it really likes this stuff (and wants more, more, more of it) is the evil grouping of fat, sugar and salt contained within. In recent studies it has been shown to be more addictive than crack cocaine – well, it works on similar pathways, anyway. So is it possible to examine the food groups we need... Read More

19/11/2012
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Preparation Is Vital For Fat Loss

I often get asked this question about what I eat on a daily basis, especially when I am busy and with seemingly limited time to prepare quite a lot of food for my day. The guys at Kinetica asked me to give the customers a snapshot of what my typical day looks like. I have to admit, I spend a lot of money on food and with good reason.  I would rather fuel the human machine and make it function as it was designed.  Too many people complain they can’t... Read More

21/09/2012
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Burgess Hill – FASTER, HIGHER, STRONGER

Back in February, Kinetica and Rugby World got together to offer a grass roots rugby team a great opportunity to be participate in training day at London Irish.  The winners of this competition was Sussex One team Burgess Hill RFC who are in their 50th season. The club had come so close in recent years to gaining promotion but the play offs was to be their stumbling block. The day at Irish was something that Burgess will not forget, and one that every muscle in their bodies would remember for a lifetime. The... Read More