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So far Mike Burt has created 16 blog entries.

Instagram Life – Fake or Fiction?

I worry, as many do, about the state of the world, particularly when I follow the news. Recent headlining news is the stories running about Facebook, and how 50 MILLION Facebook users were subjected to a gentle yet bluntly effective drip feed of propaganda that ultimately it seems helped give Trump the keys to the […]

By |March 22nd, 2018|Uncategorised|0 Comments

Work off the festive drinks with these kcal tips

’Tis the season of indulgence, even the hardest competitors are going to be relaxing their every day rules and enjoying the festivities. Food aside, I thought I’d take the time to do a more lighthearted but still relevant Christmas blog to demonstrate the kind of exercise you’re going to have to put in if you […]

By |December 22nd, 2017|fitness|0 Comments

Essential rules of strength training from Brian Shaw, 4x World’s Strongest Man

We were honoured to welcome the legend that is Brian Shaw into One Performance. He shared his life story and gave us insights into what it takes both mentally and physically to become the World’s Strongest Man four times over.
In case you missed it, or needed a refresher, I thought I’d sum up his thoughts […]

By |December 12th, 2017|fitness|0 Comments

What is Strongman Training and Why Is It Unbeatable For Fat Loss?

Strongman training is growing in popularity in gyms and performance centres as gym owners and personal trainers turn to this style of training to get maximum results from their clients. Many facilities are being bespoke designed to be able to fully utilise the strongman style of training with large turfed areas or tracks being incorporated […]

By |June 7th, 2017|fitness, personal training|0 Comments

‘Functional fitness’ our take…

“Functional’ is a buzzword in the fitness industry right now, one that personal trainers love to throw around to make them appear more ‘current’, but what exactly is a ‘functional exercise’?

Arguably, pretty much everything you do in a gym can be classed as functional, essentially whenever you move or lift, your muscles organise themselves to […]

By |September 21st, 2016|Uncategorised|0 Comments



I’d estimate that in reality the numbers are way higher. Recreational steroid use is rife amongst male gym goers who it seems would go to any lengths purely, it seems, for vanity.

Take Spencer Matthews, former reality TV star who was booted off ‘I’m […]

By |July 29th, 2016|Uncategorised|0 Comments

Fitness Myths

It only takes one paper or one Internet ‘expert’ to proclaim something online these days and it suddenly becomes hard fact and is spuriously enforced as gospel by personal trainers across the land!

Science has now debunked many old school fitness facts such as ‘you shouldn’t squat below parallel’, but what about the new age trends […]

By |May 24th, 2016|Uncategorised|0 Comments

Winter is over so time to stop hibernating


Believe it or not, winter tiredness is a recognised medical condition, though here at One Performance in Richmond we are not referring to an ailment that is as drastic in its effect as ME. Instead, what we are really referring to is what is more commonly known as the winter blues. With grey skies, never-ending […]

By |May 5th, 2016|fitness, personal training|0 Comments

Working out proven best pain management treatment out there

Sudden, jarring aches and pains tend to jolt you into a panic and a desperate search for medical and technological relief.  But actually the solution to pain management in the long term is much more straightforward than you ever imagined.  The Daily Mail cites a study demonstrating that of all the treatments attempted regular exercise […]

By |April 6th, 2016|fitness, personal training|0 Comments

Tired all the time?  Maybe it’s time to visit a personal trainer

If you’ve been feeling extra drowsy and lethargic even in the morning and even after a hearty meal you may be experiencing more than the winter blues.  More and more studies are finding that a sedentary lifestyle with a fat- and carb-heavy diet can contribute to chronic fatigue and depression.  These are factors that can […]

By |February 23rd, 2016|fitness, personal training|0 Comments