Growing (toning) muscle requires the use of enough load to help provide enough intensity to trigger an anabolic response… but what do you do if you’re limited in how much weight you have to lift? The good news is that with certain strategies, you can work around this issue by incorporating some advanced training strategies such as creating a greater mechanical disadvantage, isolation exercises, utilising active insufficiency, increasing metabolic stress, and increasing load in any way possible to help keep light weights as challenging as possible. Doing so can help to keep the gains-train rolling and at least help to mitigate wasting of muscle mass.
With over 10 years experience in the fitness industry and a burning passion for all things health and fitness, Amanda has a BSc in Exercise Science, a BSc in Health Sciences, and a MSc in Biomechanical Analysis. She is also an international IFBB Bikini competitor and a mother to Mya.
From commercial pilot to fitness coach, Daniel changed careers to pursue his passion for health & fitness. He holds a BSc and is a Certified Strength & Conditioner, Certified Fitness Trainer, certified nutritionist, an international men's physique competitor, and a father with a love for helping others become more educated to reach their goals.
David has a MSc in Exercise Physiology and is a Certified Strength & Conditioner and Sports Nutritionist. He has a passion for helping people peak physical performance. He has worked with a diverse range of clients from Olympic athletes who have won National, European and World titles to those just looking to look, feel and perform at their best.
Michelle creates out of this world recipes of everyday foods we love that are more diet-friendly. She is the woman behind the mouth-watering Instagram page, @peachypalate.