Dean Johnson has been involved in the fitness industry from a very young age including 15 years training in British Kyokushinkai Karate (BKK), representing England for 2 years and competing in various tournaments in across Europe. Dean currently holds a Shodan 1st Dan (Black Belt). He has also trained in British Freestyle Wrestling (BWA) for 3 years, competing at National level. For some great fitness inspiration, please visit:
Rick is one of the top clinical and sports Dieticians in the UK. A guy that you can trust to know about your food. He also teaches future health professionals at University, writes artices for Muscle & Fitness Magazine UK and you can even catch him talking about nutrition to the media as a principal spokesperson for the British Dietetic Association. He works with everyone from professional athletes and sports teams to families and critically ill patients in the National Health Service.
If you'd like Rick to help you design your tailored diet plan, please visit: www.rick-miller.co.uk
'Cardio Conditioning is designed to reduce body fat and retain muscle mass at the same time. This workout can be completed in a minimum time of 20 minutes and can burn double or even the triple the calories depending on the intensity. For maximum results it is best to rest between 30-45 seconds this will increase the calorific burn and the amount of work performed. Now let me give you an example of how to execute this method of training. For example, a typical Cardio Conditioning routine consists of 3-5 exercises (12 Reps Incline Chest Press (75%RM) 30 seconds Kettlebell Swing (80%RM) straight into 10 Reps of Burpees (95%RM). The remarkable thing about this type of training is it keeps your heart rate guessing and no matter how fit you are you will never adapt to this training because it’s so versatile; at GOOD we support FitnessPlus & we sincerely believe this is the difference between success and failure'
- Dean Johnson, www.fitnessplus-uk.com