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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.

Josh Caygill

Professional Racing Driver



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Sports Performance

Ep. 132 – Dedication to Education: Does One Night of Sleep Deprivation = Reduced Muscle Growth?

It’s been well established that both chronic (long term) and acute (short term) sleep deprivation can negatively impact numerous areas of physiological and psychological performance and health. When it comes to physiological dysfunction of sleep deprivation, we think of the muscle. Of which, poor sleep quality and quantity can lead an athlete’s ability to build

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Sports Performance

Ep. 131 – Dedication to Education: Can Elite Cyclist Drop Body Fat Without Dropping Calories?

Well, wouldn’t this be the dream… Endurance athletes have the pursuit of improving power-weight ratio to make them faster, fatigue less and become more efficient. This can be done by either being lighter, improving power output, or both. It’s been well establish that a calorie deficit is needed to drop body fat. Generally speaking, calorie

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Sports Performance

Ep. 130 – Dedication to Education: Nutrients That Battle COVID-19

It’s been known for some time that there’s a clear and robust link between nutrition status and immune function. ⁣ ⁣ With regards to COVID-19, one of the biggest challenges is focused on reducing inflammation.⁣ ⁣ To help reduce the severity of illness, a recent review paper published in the Journal of Clinical Medicine can

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Sports Performance

Ep. 129 – Dedication to Education: Functional Overreaching for Superior Muscle Growth in Athletes?

Okay, if I’m completely honest, I wrote this article 100% for myself to give me peace of mind that taking ~10 days off training would not lead to muscle mass, strength or performances losses over the Christmas period. So apologies if it’s a little nerdy. Classic understanding of training periodisation was founded upon Hans Selye’s

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Ep. 128 – Dedication to Education: Signs and Symptoms of Overtraining for the Elite Athlete.

Overtraining was coined initially on the idea of excessive training which resulted in fatigue and underperformances. If you’ve ever been in this position, you’ll agree that more is not more and that you paradoxically have a deconditioning effect. I.e. you become a worse athlete by training harder. However, there’s new insight from the 2019 EROS

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