Nick Mitchell takes a female personal trainer through an intense weight training circuit session.
Nick Mitchell, founder of UP Personal Training, discusses the optimal frequency of training for bodybuilding.
Nick Mitchell continues his discussion on forced reps and the correct way to implement these in training.
Want results in the gym? Nick Mitchell discusses the simple essential tips to see progress in training
Nick discusses the importance of travel and education and how it can help you as a Personal Trainer.
Train in a busy commercial gym? Heres Nick's tips of effectively training in busy gyms where you may have to compromise
Should you train with DOMS(delayed on-set muscle soreness)? Nick Mitchell dissects the common myth.
Should you train to failure in the gym? If so, how often should you train to failure? Nick Mitchell goes into detail.
Nick Mitchell discusses how to achieve the right mindset for great high intensity bodybuilding workouts.
Nick Mitchell discusses how to make German Volume Training (GVT) more effective and improve your training.
Looking to improve the definition of your abs? Here's our number one top tip for effect abdominal training.
Ultimate Performance Founder Nick Mitchell discusses what it takes to gain muscle and lose fat at the same time.
In this video Nick Mitchell discusses repetition ranges for muscle building and strength training.
A follow up video on German Volume Training(GVT) discussing the basics and how best to implement this into training.
Are forced reps a complete waste of time or are they useful? Nick Mitchell separates the facts from the fiction.
UP Founder Nick Mitchell discusses how important the weight that you lift is for hypertrophy / bodybuilding.
Men need to train more like women and women need to train more like men, Nick Mitchell explains why and you need to hear
Corrie star Ryan Thomas went through a hugely impressive transformation at UP, see the results and his thoughts.
Part 2 of Nick Mitchell's "Weight Training Fundamentals" series discusses choosing the right starting weight.