Welcome to EP Gym Banbury
Functional Training, Weight Training, Martial Arts & Fitness Centre
As an independent gym we offer a more personal service than the big commercial gyms, and boast some of the best, most unique training facilities and advice for our members.
We offer Olympic lifting, Strongman & Crossfit training. Our equipment includes 30+ stations of Plate loaded equipment, Dumbbells up to 73Kg, and 30 Olympic & Watson specialist bars. We also have a specialist MMA arena with caged walls, a Cardio area with Treadmills, Steppers and 17 Spin Bikes, and our own Supplement shop.
We offer training according to your specific goals, including Power lifting, Strongman, Natural bodybuilding, Female physique, MMA Fighting and Semi Pro Sports. We also welcome people who just love to train, and want to improve their general fitness.
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DO YOU KNOW YOUR WAY TO EP GYM??
Unfortunately our postcode sometimes isn’t accurate and it’s easy for people to get lost 👎🏼
Here is a quick video for how to get to us from just outside Morrison’s 👍🏼👍🏼
No excuse not to come get your first free session now 💪🏼💪🏼
OFFER STARTS TODAY FINISHES SUNDAY 👍🏼👍🏼
DIRECT DEBIT MEMBERSHIP ONLY 😎
PLEASE MESSAGE IF YOU’RE INTERESTED 👍🏼👍🏼
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WELL SAID BEN 🤪🤪🤪
THE DEADLIFT 🥇🥇
Probably one of the most important exercises you can do to improve your basic strength or even get a good booty 🍑🍑
There are many variations of the deadlift which make it a very unique exercise!! For instance, the conventional deadlift we demonstrate here isn’t the best fit for everyone. We advise you consult a member of staff if you’re struggling with any deadlift technique 💪🏼💪🏼
Quick fixes for the deadlift 🤪
1. ROUNDING YOUR BACK - This is one of the main reasons why people don’t do deadlifts after injuring themselves. Rounding your back will put you in very vulnerable position the more weight you have the more at risk you are 🥵
2. SQUATTING YOUR DEADLIFT- This is quite a common & easy mistake to make especially if you’re a beginner. The main issue with this is you aren’t hip hinging properly which takes time to learn properly 🥺
3. FIXING THE ISSUES - Now there are many things I could say but keeping it simple, deadlifting should be hitting your posterior chain which consists of glutes, hamstrings, lower back, upper back. Quads do come into play aswell as core muscles but those are the main ones you want to worry about!! Keeping a neutral spine while performing a hip hinge should solve the main issue above. When it comes to stance & grip that is completely individual 👍🏼💪🏼
If you want to learn more about deadlifting or any lifting please feel free to ask a member of staff when you’re next in 👍🏼😎
Happy lifting folks 💪🏼💪🏼
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