Author Archives : Suzanna McGee


About Suzanna McGee

A former Ms. Natural Olympia Bodybuilding champion, currently performance coach, injury prevention specialist, plant-based nutrition coach, author, speaker and raw vegan athlete. Loves to help others by sharing her knowledge, and to hang out with her favorite chocolate Labrador Zuzi. Find Suzanna on , Facebook and Amazon.


The Glute Bridge: The Simplest and Fastest Way to Athletic Performance

The glute bridge is the simplest way to develop the often most underestimated (yet the most important) muscle in the athlete’s body: the gluteus. Beloved things has many names: the glute, booty, butt, rear, or firm behind. The gluteus is one of the biggest muscles, consisting of gluteus maximus, medius, and minimus. Its function is a hip extension, hyperextension, abduction, […]

glute bridge (hip thrust)

Tennis Fitness Training Routine—Short and Efficient

If you want to become even stronger tennis player, you need to do some tennis fitness training as well. It is just inevitable. The older and less fit you are, the more you need it. If you are guilty of years of neglect of fitness training, you would really benefit a lot and you would be surprised how fast you […]

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Eating fruit will get you lean

Eating Fruits Makes you Lean and Healthy

Eating fruits makes you healthy and lean, to a contrary, completely false belief. People fear fruits because they think “sugar”. But eating fruits fills you nicely, delivers healthy nutrients, satisfies you and keeps your calorie intake low. Learn how to not fear fruit. Love it and enjoy it. Many of us have great goals for the New 2015 and very […]


Make Your Psoas Happy: Sit Less and Perform Better

I’ve been getting many requests from my readers to show where the different muscles in the body are located, not just use the names. One of the most important muscles that causes quite a lot of troubles for both the athletes and non-athletes, is the hip-flexor (or the psoas part of it). Let’s look at it and also how you can […]


Fermented cabbage

Fermented Cabbage for Healthy Digestion

Our bodies contain about 90% of bacteria and only 10% of human cells. That sounds pretty extreme, if you haven’t heard this before. We are colonies of different bacteria. Fermented vegetables are extremely healthy for your digestive tract and re-installing the healthy bacteria. They are very easy to make at home. Let’s look how to make an own raw, fermented […]


Hip-Flexors Strengthening to Improve your Tennis Performance

Hip-flexors strengthening is very seldom included in the training regimen of tennis players or athletes in general, even though every athlete can benefit from strong hip-flexors. For tennis players, strong hip-flexors, hamstrings, and glutes will improve the performance dramatically. The stronger the hip flexors, the faster you are going to be, because your movement forward will be more powerful and […]

Hip-flexors strengthening

Gluteus Maximus Kneeling Hip Extension

Glute Kickbacks for Maximum Performance (and Great Booty)

Glute kickbacks are a great exercise for the gluteus, aka booty or butt. The gluteus is maybe one of the most underestimated muscles in the athlete’s body, yet also one of the most important ones. It is one of the biggest muscles, consisting of gluteus maximus, medius and minims. The function of the gluteus is a hip extension, hyperextension, abduction […]


Plant-Based Diet Best For Weight Loss and Health

Plant-based diet is getting a lot of attention these days. But many people are somewhat carb-phobic when it comes to weight loss. It’s believed that you have to eat low carbohydrates diet (aka Atkins, ketogenic, or Paleo) to lose fat and weight. A current study suggest that you don’t need to fear carbohydrates and you can enjoy your rice, pasta, and […]

Plant-based diet best for weight loss

Tennis and Kettlebells

Tennis and Kettlebells: Improve your Tennis Fitness Instantly

Tennis and kettlebells… how do they get together? You can improve your tennis fitness dramatically and almost instantly. Many tennis players play tennis to be fit. Besides because they looooooove the game 🙂 However, if you want play tennis on a higher level, you have to become fit first. You will need to improve your strength, power and endurance, in addition to […]