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Squat Depth

Squat Depth

How low can should you go ? So I’ve recently been asked a questions during Momentum’s weekly Friday instagram Q&A, where thousands a few people tune in and ask some questions about training, nutrition, performance or other health related questions…..mostly……....

Aerobic training for field based sport(s).

Aerobic training for field based sport(s).

The purpose of this article is to show Athletes/Coaches/Trainers/Teams that they can enhance their aerobic and even their anaerobic capacity by manipulating their energy systems accordingly, opposed to blinding performing “hard work” and hoping for results. Field...

Strength training for MMA

Strength training for MMA

An introduction to Strength Training for MMA Strength training, has a range of benefits that I don't need to discuss here. Strength training for MMA athletes has many benefits such as enhanced mobility,  injury prevention and performance enhancement. This is a vast...

Detox diets- toxic ?

Detox diets- toxic ?

Detox diets are toxic !!! There are many, many avenues one could venture down when speaking about weight-loss, fat-loss and nutrition. I choose to write about this topic as I feel it warrants the most urgency- so let's try to detox you of these nonsensical claims. I...

Train with purpose not habit.

Train with purpose not habit.

  Where did the slogan "Train with purpose not habit" come from? While it is a self explanatory sentence in itself. I need to address why I use it and furthermore, why there is a need to. In a nut shell: It's what Momentum Performance is about- Purpose ! Train...

Topics that will be covered include.

Topics that will be covered include.

I will be covering numerous topics on Human Physiology, Sport Performance, Strength & Conditioning, Exercise & Nutrition in the coming weeks via articles and videos. All will be analysed in a scientific and methodological manner. In addition, my own opinion...

The weigh in on water cutting.

The weigh in on water cutting.

The effects of voluntary dehydration on performance and health in combat sports. Too often in weight categorised sports do we see an athlete aiming to get to a lower weight class or in many cases a coach recommending this, however just because you're lighter doesn't...