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"UP is more than a gym" - after joining many gyms over the years with little result and being tied to expensive gym memberships, Nathan decided to give UP a try after bumping into an old friend who was unrecognisable after not seeing him since starting at UP a few months before.

The results speak for themselves:

http://upfitness.com.sg/client-of-the-month-nathan/?gp

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"There are so-called trainers out there who say that 'transformations' are unhealthy and not the right approach for PT clients. If you are one of the doubting Thomases, just read this testimonial from the amazing Rachael.
Do not tell me that she is not healthier both inside and out. The confidence is glowing out of her. I love it, THIS is the reason why I've made so many sacrifices to work on a business that gives a platform and purpose for trainers to consistently produce life changing results. It simply doesn't get better than this." - Nick Mitchell


http://upfitness.com.sg/business-manager-drops-3-dress-sizes-just-21-weeks/?gp

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Whether you're trying to get in shape or simply want to improve your health, Curcumin with its myriad of uses can benefit everyone.

More information on how we can help with your results: http://up.tips/SingaporeMBF?gp

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We Change More Than Just Your Body...

Read Adam's own words about how a 16 week a program at Ultimate Performance changed not only his body, but his outlook on life - for the better.

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6 Golden Rules To Eating Out And Still Staying Healthy
Staying healthy, even if you eat out every day of the week is not as hard as it seems - simply use these 6 simple tips to change your bad habits into good ones.

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Train with focus and intensity. It will determine the results that you achieve.

Achieve REAL results in the gym: http://up.tips/SingaporeMBF?gp

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When we say training at UP could be a "life changing" experience, we mean it. 22 weeks into his training, this 38-year-old company director managed to miraculously reverse his non-alcoholic liver disease - a condition linked to obesity. How did he do it? Details in the video below.

Improve your lifestyle: http://up.tips/SingaporeFLFB?gp


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TIPS TO UTILISE WHEN TRAINING TO FAILURE

Improve your performance in the gym here: http://up.tips/SingaporeMBF?gp

In weight training, training to failure or momentary muscular fatigue is demonstrated when the muscle can no longer generate enough force to move the weight concentrically. Depending on how it is used, training to failure can either be catabolic or anabolic. Maximise your gains with the following tips.

1. Use machines if you intend to train alone. Otherwise, have a workout partner for free weights.

2. Training to failure is better when used on smaller muscle groups i.e. calves and not big compound movements due to the complexity of technique when doing compounds. Any breakdown in form might cause injury.

3. It is best done on the last set of each exercise or on the week prior to a deload. Towards the end of a set, when all the smaller muscle fibres start to fatigue, the body is forced to use larger fast-twitch muscles, resulting in greater muscle fibre activation and growth.

4. Do not train to failure all the time, plan it strategically into your training program as it is very taxing on the muscle. Studies have shown that training to failure every set greatly increases cortisol and suppresses anabolic growth like IGF-1.

5. Factor in additional rest times when training to failure. If a muscle cell is too drained of energy as a result of increased nucleotide adenosine monophosphate (AMP), protein synthesis will decrease, inhibiting muscular gains rather than adding to them.

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