Author Archives: Drew

About Drew

MMA, Fitness & Marketing enthusiast from North Wales, UK. A Stoic Hippy with no hair. Not to boast but - 1st Class Degree in Sports Science from Loughborough, MSc in Nutrition from the University of Liverpool. 20 years experience of weight & fitness training.

Livespo Colon Review for IBS (2020)


Livespo colon is a pretty strong probiotic. I’ve tried giving up dairy, giving up gluten, the FODMAP diet, the ketogenic diet and intermittent fasting. All of the above helped, but I still have some issues. So, I gave Livespo a … Continue reading

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Bodybuilding Routine for Over 40s (.pdf included)


If you are a young wipper-snapper, with no injuries or biomechnical issues, then I would say, with a coach, use deadlifts, squats and heavy bench press and millitary press as a base for your bodybuilding. This will build a great … Continue reading

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Bas Rutten Boxing Combinations – Explained!


The Bas Rutten Boxing Workouts are a great way to do some functional fitness, especially during lockdown when the gyms are shut. Bas shouts out the combinations and you punch away, according to what combinations he shouts out. Pretty simple … Continue reading

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Daniel Cormier Fighter Analysis


Daniel Cormier is a former Olympic wrestler & World Champion. A relatively short light heavyweight and heavyweight fighter, he is billed at 5ft 11 but stated in an interview that he is 5ft 10. Entry into Grappling Range Cormier likes … Continue reading

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Modified Buddhism – Buddhism for Modern Society


Modified Buddhism in a nutshell Embrace Buddhism around close friends & family i.e. laugh at yourself, turn the other cheek, be generous, don’t be defensive etc Be nice to animals Take zero shit from people you don’t know well or … Continue reading

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Mental Health & The Polyvagal Theory


The Polyvagal Theory came about as a result of the work & research carried out by Dr Stephen Porges. It relates to the different levels of activation of the vagus nerve and the physical & mental states that occur as … Continue reading

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Supplements for GERD Acid Reflux


Some effective supplements for GERD include – psyillium husk, activated charcoal, baking soda, digestive enzymes (without any HCL) and specific strains of cannabis. Foods that help include ginger, tempeh and miso soup. Fermented foods such as kefir may also provide … Continue reading

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Yoga For Men – Back & Neck Pain – 10 Mins a Day (.pdf)


A combination of yoga, stretching and trigger point therapy is best for bad backs and next. Avoid sitting for long periods if possible. The Paleo squat is a good alternative to sitting. The World’s Greatest Stretch is an excellent whole … Continue reading

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Home Chest Workout – No Equipment -10 Minutes (.pdf)


Training your chest at home is pretty easy to do. Beginners can do press ups from their knees, 2 or 3 sets of maximum repetitions, intermediate level would involve 3 sets of normal press ups. To make thing even harder … Continue reading

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Living Off Grid – Checklist .pdf (2020)


Thanks to the Covid-19 pandemic, people have come to realise just how fragile the fabric of modern society is. When youre no longer able to Buy With One Click on Amazon, people start panic buying and we come to realise … Continue reading

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