Waterloo Feature Member: Ross Fraser

Ross has been coming out of his shell with not just the coaches, but also with the community we’ve got here at Body By Brando, and it has been riveting to see. He has only been with us for around 10 months (with some of that time including when we were in lockdown), but has managed to improve his technical lifting skills and performance in the workouts, all while making friends, having fun, and being part of a supportive and challenging community.

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Why you should be testing and tracking your fitness

Most people aimlessly turn up to workouts and judge their workout by how fatigued they feel or how much sweat they managed to leave on the gym mats. These are signs of a great workout but they don’t give you much data in the way of defining how fit you are because they lack any objectivity. Read more to find out why you should be testing and tracking your fitness.

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North Sydney Feature Member: Mike Morgan

Michael Morgan is one of the foundation members of the group and has gone from strength to strength since the transition. He’s lost over 30kgs and has never felt more energetic. Coaching Mike is an absolute pleasure, his willingness to learn and take feedback has allowed him to make rapid gains in such a short period of time. Find out more!

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Paddington Feature Member: Jeremy Carsorso

Jeremy Carsoso is BBB Paddington's January 2022 and FINAL feature member for the location. After 2 years with BBB, he looks to push himself to reach his physical potential, whilst also remaining injury free and looking great. Whether that is flying high doing muscle ups, or winning a running workout, Jeremy is certainly doing it all.

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Things I wish I knew about nutrition when I first started training

Not everyone is made equal and the size of your body will determine the rate at which you can lose fat/diet. If you want to lose some fat, you can either decrease the amount you eat, increase your TDEE by manipulating those variables, or combination of both. Here’s some things what I wish I knew when I first started.

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