Tag: strength

This year, we’ve had a few articles on Keep Fit Kingdom which have been about the sport of strongman. With an ever-increasing amount of people participating in ...

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Another bodybuilding film has made its way into Keep Fit Kingdom’s film review section. This time it’s the movie “Sandow” which was released in April 2018. ...

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Tai Chi and Qigong are deeply rooted in Chinese culture with links to its traditional medicine, philosophy and martial arts. They are based around the concept ...

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Franco Columbu should need no introduction to hardcore bodybuilding fans. The massive muscles on his small  5'5" frame and distinct upper pec development made ...

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A well-known name in the strength world, David Horne is a man who owns one of the strongest pairs of hands-on Earth. His dedication to building strong hands ...

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Rugby offers a vast range of benefits and not just physical ones, it also has the ability to enhance social interaction, improve your state of mind and even ...

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Developing the hamstrings should be a major part of any well-rounded training or health program. A combination of strength and flexibility training is ideal ...

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The hamstrings play a crucial role in many daily activities such as, running, jumping, walking and cycling. They are a commonly injured muscle group, ...

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CrossFit as you may well know, is becoming increasingly popular in the fitness industry, with participation levels on the increase thanks to its simplicity and ...

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Something a bit different this week, as we at Keep Fit Kingdom are trying out Kundalini yoga. What is this, you ask, and how is it different to ordinary kinds ...

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CrossFit is an excellent way to keep fit and healthy. With sessions lasting up to 30 minutes, it’s a perfect mix of short but intense periods of movement which ...

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It's that time of week again, where I unleash further ramblings about a different kind of yoga. This time, Hatha Yoga is under the spotlight. The word 'Hatha' ...

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Pilates is a form of exercise that was originally developed in the early 1900's by Joseph Hubertus Pilates (born: 9th December, 1883 in Mönchengladbach, ...

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Finding better ways to treat aches and pains is important to athletes and non-athletes alike. The Handy Cure is a unique device that treats your pains with ...

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Got a stiff back? Want to relieve pain and tightness while strengthening and stretching your back muscles into the bargain? Here are a combination of really ...

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