Trans-Atlantic Antics: Behind the Scenes At PCC 2018 – Calisthenics Fitness Article

Trans-Atlantic Antics: Behind the Scenes At PCC 2018 Those of you who have been following this blog for the last six years know how serious we are about calisthenics. If you’ve spent any length of time at all on these hallowed pages, then you’ve heard about the amazing purity of owning a body that is truly “self-made.” We speak of minimalism in equipment, clarity of mind, strength in simplicity. And ripped abs. You’ve also read the incredible stories that surround…

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A trip to London: brunch, doughnuts and The Waitress – Running Fitness Article

What a weekend! Let’s get started on Saturday. It’s my mum’s birthday soon so I’d treated her to a ticket to see The Waitress in London. We headed there in the morning to have brunch first. I surprised my mum with a little bottle of Prosecco on the train – pffft it’s 5pm somewhere eh! We had brunch in the Darwin Brasserie in the Sky Tower. I’d seen this huge building many times but hadn’t realised you could have food…

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HAIR HEALTH & COLOUR MIRACLES! – Fitness Article

The training cycle is tough on the body, and with successive workouts-and-showers, nothing takes a much of a gruelling battering as the hair. As such, and in direct response to several curious, hair-conscious reader enquiries over the years of scribing fitnessontoast.com, this post is fully dedicated to hair health. I may be a highly qualified professional when it comes to training and the likes of sports massage, but I’m only an enthusiastic amateur on matters pertaining to the hair. As such,…

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Introducing the I Move London Relay – Powered by ASICS – Running Fitness Article

I MOVE LONDON RELAY powered by ASICS In 2012, the Guinness World Record for the world’s greatest distance run by a relay team was snagged in County Down, UK. This year, London wants to beat it. On June 29th, a monthlong challenge to complete a total of 4,000 miles (via 5K and 10K loops) will take place throughout the capital city. For 30 days and 30 nights, 2,500 runners will race a loop of the Thames in the hopes of…

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