Nutrition

Nutrition

Recovery for OCR- Nutrition

As mentioned in a previous blog (OCR Training) recovery is the first pillar of the hierarchy of needs- in my opinion. We looked at how using a foam roller will aid recovery and in this blog we will look at nutrition.   In order to look at nutrition for recovery[…]

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Intermittent Fasting

What is Intermittent Fasting (IF)? Berardi (2011) describes intermittent fasting as the practice of occasionally going for extended periods of time without eating. Intermittent fasting is not a new concept, humans have fasted throughout history, weather it’s a typical over night fast, during periods of searching and hunting for food,[…]

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The obesity epidemic

Obesity as defined as simply a condition of abnormal or excess body fat, to the extent that health may be impaired. According to Health Survey England (England, 2017)Obesity is estimated to be the fourth-largest risk factor toward death siting behind hypertension, smoking, and high cholesterol. Obesity, however, is not classified[…]

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How to measure your progress

When it comes to health and fitness most people will use scales to track progress.  This, obviously, can be a good way to track to see that you are losing or gaining weight and making progress. What happens when that number on the scales doesn’t move in the right direction[…]

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8 Week Transformation

Every year I make the same new years resolution to become fitter, healthier achieve more. Well this year the plan was to do the Paris Marathon, but also be the strongest I have been for any of the marathons I have done (London, Brighton and now Paris). I ran the[…]

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Trans-Dermal Technology

Trans-Dermal Technology was created out of necessity by Ben Coomber, who is for me one of the key influences in my studies recently. Ben is one of the fitness industries top nutritionist, and has his own recognised nutrition academy to train fitness professionals like myself more in depth information about[…]

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DNA Fit Genetics

All humans genes are 99.9% identical, but that 0.1% dose make a huge difference. Ditch the one size fits all diets and workout plans, and find out what plan fits your genetics. With DNA Fit we are now able to look at what is the best training plan to follow,[…]

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