I am a professional racing driver and I was introduced to Chris by my strength and conditioning coach to fine tune my performance/results. I have had nutritional support before but never like Chris. He offers a straightforward approach and is there every step of the way to support you. The results have been great and i feel better than ever within myself. The days of a boring healthy diet have gone! Cant recommend Chris enough.
Low carbohydrate dieting for sporting performance was popularised in the 1980s with the aim of enhancing fat usage during exercise, in return sparing muscle glycogen and improving exercise performance.
Confusion often surrounds the need to consume protein immediately post training – Conflicting research data, anecdotal evidence and personal beliefs lead to many misconceptions and assumptions with regards to nutrient timing and it’s hierarchy of importance for inducing muscle hypertrophy.
From gaining muscle, losing body fat, choosing the right diet and spot reducing; these are the questions that frequently get asked. So, I thought it would be a good idea to put hand to keyboard and answer them for you.
Protein, especially supplements is always a hot topic amongst athletes wanting to; a) recover better from training and competition, and b) adapt better from their training to get bigger, fast and stronger.
So, you’re looking for that 1% extra improvement in your performance…