Our Semi Private Coaching Upgrade 2020

This new year our BCSP sessions have changed in content and intent. The 3 coaches have been working hard to design new, relevant and up to date material for the Semi Private Programme. We always want our clients to get the best out of their training so we constantly stay abreast of new fitness techniques […]

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The Force-velocity Curve: Why it’s Important to Understand

Author: George Barker Introduction: As we move into the New Year and get stuck into training with the new five pillars of fitness, the force-velocity curve is a piece of theory to have in mind when performing exercises. This simple, yet very important concept has guided parts of our programming for the New Year. If […]

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Mastering the Hip Hinge

Author: George Barker Introduction: The hip hinge is a fundamental movement pattern used in a vast number of exercises to some extent. One of the most recognisable and widely used exercises which utilises the hip hinge pattern is the deadlift. This is a movement where huge loads can be used. As such, it is important […]

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Helen Prole is our November Client of the Month

Despite knowing the Prole family for many years, Helen only joined recently as one of our new Stronger for Longer members. Alan, her husband, has always felt the benefits of attending our BCSP sessions and Helen used to do more biking and other outdoor exercise but that stopped and she needed something to replace it. […]

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Plyometric Training: Leaps and Bounds above the rest

Plyometric Training: Leaps and Bounds above the Rest Introduction/Overview: Plyometric Training, or ‘plyometrics’, is a form of training which often utilises hops, jumps, bounds and skips. Plyometrics should not be confused with ‘ballistic’ training. Ballistic training involves the trajectory of objects and implements (e.g. barbells and medicine balls), whereas plyometric training uses the previously mentioned […]

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Pete Morton is October’s client of the month

This prestigious award acknowledges an individual’s effort. It usually goes to a client who has shown us that they are completely committed to their own fitness (whatever their level) and who always strives to get the most of the service we provide at Body Complete. We want our clients to not only achieve their fitness […]

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Kathryn Bell is our Client of the Month – September 2019

Congratulations Kathryn, you are our Client of the Month. Kathryn joined the Stronger for Longer class just after its inception, and has not looked back since. While her effort and enterprise have always been of a high standard, she has proved over the last 8 weeks that she possesses the enthusiasm and drive to continually […]

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Personal Training at Body Complete

The Benefits of Personal Training: Why is it Right for You? Author: George Barker                                                                  Introduction: While everyone knows that going to the gym or […]

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A Guide to Almost Everything You Need to Know About Squatting

A Guide to Almost Everything You Need to Know About Squatting Author: George Barker Introduction: The deep squat is a fundamental, natural movement pattern that all humans should be capable of achieving comfortably. Through evolution, the deep squat is a position in which humans relax in, and is used by billions of people across the […]

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