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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.

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Sports Performance

Ep. 66 – Dedication to Education: Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport (RED-S). Consequences for the under-eating Athlete

Today is a brief, yet super important intro into RED-S. RED-S stands for Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport and is the impairment of many key physiological functions caused by energy deficiency. Energy deficiency is also coined as Low Energy availability (LEA), which is a mismatch between energy intake (food consumption/portion sizes) and energy expenditure via

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Sports Performance

Ep. 64 – Dedication to Education: Poor Appetite During Training Camps?

Today, we’re looking at the effect of hard training on your appetite. On paper, this doesn’t sound a problem, but in reality, it is. Now, I’m not talking about your 45 minute gym session, I’m talking about hard, intensive training camps or prolonged period of work such as preseason training. If you combine high energy

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Ep. 62 – Dedication to Education: Is Protein Timing Important for Maximising Muscle Growth?

Today, we’re doing a deep dive into protein and maximising gains. Specifically, whether we should focus our efforts on the timing and distribution of our protein meals to enhance muscle growth. When it comes to maximising the anabolic response from training, our protein intake is key to amplifying our gains. This is primarily driven through

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Ep. 61 – Dedication to Education: Pregame and Halftime Eating for Sustained Performance in Rugby and Team Sports

Today we’re look at even more evidence as to why carbohydrates are king for performance…In this case, for team sports. As we know, carbohydrates drive exercise performance and having low carbohydrate availability, i.e. low amount of carbs in the diet and carbs stored within the muscle, liver and blood can be detrimental to performance. Carb

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