Robert Turp

Robert Turp is the Founder and Senior Editor at Fitness Drum. He is a CPT (Certified Personal Trainer) and Strength and Conditioning Coach, with over a decade of experience in digital publishing and media. He oversees all content production on the website and the trends newsletter. Away from his desk, he enjoys hiking, wild swimming and a PPL split.

ISSA Nutrition Certification Review 2023 – Pros, Cons and Our Overall Verdict

Hungry for success in the health and fitness industry? Sometimes it’s not just about flexing those muscles but also flexing your knowledge on nutrition. This flavorful ISSA Nutrition Certification review covers everything you need to know about one of the most popular nutritionist certificates online. From the ins and outs of the course material to

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Want to Swim Breaststroke During a Triathlon? Consider These 6 Things

So you’re thinking of making a splash with the breaststroke during a triathlon? It’s a common consideration for many everyday athletes, especially those participating in their first triathlon. Although it’s traditionally a slower stroke than freestyle, its a stroke many will find more at ease with. In this guide, we outline the pros, cons, and

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QL Butt Walks – How to Perform, Benefits and Common Mistakes to Avoid

QL butt walks involve sitting on the floor with straight legs and shuffling yourself forwards by lifting your glutes up and down, one side at a time. This movement pattern helps loosen up and activate muscles around the hips, lower back and core… making it a really effective way to boost recovery after lifting weights,

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Side Stroke in Swimming – Technique, Muscles Worked and Benefits

The side stroke… although you won’t find this stroke in the Olympics, it might just be what you’re looking for from your weekly swim. Steeped in aqatic heritage, this stroke has fallen out of fashion in recent years, yet it offers some unique benefits. In this deep dive (pun intended), we’re exploring everything side stroke.

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