Category: Podcast
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The rise of vegetarianism – Episode 27 with Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride

Summary

Choosing a plant-based, vegan or vegetarian diet is increasing in popularity. This is a stark contrast to the modern, toxic, processed food society we live in. But is simply switching to plants foods the answer? Or is there more to consider with regards to the rise of vegetarianism? Dr Natasha Campbell-McBride explains more about vegetarian diets in this clear and forthright interview!

Guest Biography

Dr Natasha Campbell-McBride is a medical doctor with two postgraduate degrees: Master of Medical Sciences in Neurology and Master of Medical Sciences in Human Nutrition. She graduated as a medical doctor in Russia. After practising for five years as a Neurologist and three years as a Neurosurgeon she started a family and moved to the UK, where she got her second postgraduate degree in Human Nutrition.

Dr Campbell-McBride is a keynote speaker at many professional conferences and seminars around the world. She frequently gives talks to health practitioners, patient groups and associations. Dr Natasha has written and published 3 books, Gut and Psychology Syndrome, Put your Heart in your Mouth, and Vegetarianism Explained.

Website: www.doctor-natasha.com

Episode content: Rise of vegetarianism

In this episode, we discuss a number of principles about the rise of vegetarianism contained within her book, Vegetarianism Explained, including:

  • the current prevalence of vegetarianism in our society
  • the key differences between the digestive tracts of herbivorous animals and humans
  • the role of animal foods and plant foods in the human diet
  • concerns around processed foods, whether animal or plant-based in origin
  • how the natural human senses should guide our food intake
  • some important considerations when adopting a vegetarian diet

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Connect with Dr Natasha on social media

Facebook @GAPSDrNatasha

Twitter @GAPSyndrome

Episode links

During the episode, Dr Natasha spoke of a charitable foundation that provides a large amount of free information. Visit the Weston A Price Foundation website.

Books

Dr Natasha has written 3 books that you find out about and purchase by clicking the book covers below:

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Bonus video

Dr Natasha also recorded a short quick-fire question round with us to provide some quick thoughts and ideas about the subject of vegetarian diets. Enjoy.

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Goal achievement through brain-body connection, Episode 26 with Marcel Daane

Summary

Neuroscientist, leadership coach, and personal trainer, Marcel Daane, shares some great insights into goal achievement and how the brain and body can be more effectively integrated and be in harmony to reach your important objectives.

Guest biography

Marcel is the recipient of the 2016 Global Coaching Leadership Award and 2012 Global HR Excellence Award in Leadership as well as the author of HeadStrong Performance. He is the son of a celebrated political activist and former member of an elite naval intelligence unit. Marcel changed career in his thirties to become a personal trainer and then progressed with advanced degrees in Neuroscience of Leadership and Complementary Medicine.

With over 20 years of coaching experience across business, sports, health, and cognitive performance, Marcel’s integrated approach has transformed the lives of thousands of executives. His expertise has helped improve the performance of numerous multi-national organizations around the world, from a wide range of industries.

Episode content: Goal achievement

In this episode on goal achievement with Marcel Daane, we discuss:

  • what motivated Marcel to change career and become a personal trainer
  • the important connection between the brain and the body as a foundational concept for leadership and performance
  • what is resilience and why it is key to both physical and mental performance
  • why outside-the-box thinking is essential for modern fitness professionals

If you enjoy this episode, then please rate the show and share it with your friends so they can benefit from this free expert information. Your comments and feedback are always welcome. Please subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or the video series here on YouTube so you will receive each update immediately upon release. To enjoy more engaging expert interviews, please visit our full podcast library.

Website: www.headstrongperformance.net

Connect with Marcel on social media:

Facebook @HeadstrongPerformanceBook     Facebook @marceldaane

Instagram @marceldaane

Twitter @MarcelDaane

Bonus Video

Marcel also shared a short bonus video to capture a few key concepts about resilience, mental focus, and why outside-the-box thinking is so important to fitness professionals today.

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Personal coaching supersedes personal training – Episode 25 with Bobby Cappuccio

Summary

Coaching is not just another word for training! Becoming a personal fitness coach requires a change in our approach to client support and behaviour change. Leading behaviour coach and personal trainer, Bobby Cappuccio, shares the important differences and will be sure to change your perspective.

Guest biography

Bobby began coaching shortly after a paradigm shift occurred in his life. He was in his early twenties and a certified personal trainer. Born with a severe facial deformity and diagnosed with Tourette syndrome at age nine, he suffered abominable abuse in and out of his home until he stumbled upon a marvel: exercise. He discovered that by redirecting his focus, he could affect positive change in not only his life but in the lives of the people he in turn trained. In helping others, he was in fact helping himself. In sharing his discoveries over the years, he became a world-renowned speaker, author and behaviour change coach.

As co-founder of PTA Global, former head of training and development at David Barton gym, former director of professional development at the National Academy of Sports Medicine (N.A.S.M.), Director of Coaching at the Institute of Motion (IOM) and content curator for PTontheNet, Bobby’s reach runs wide. Bobby has worked with Hilton Hotels, Virgin Active, Fitness First, 24hr Fitness, David Lloyd Leisure and multiple small businesses nationally and abroad. Bobby travels the world impacting lives, inspiring positive change and growth in individuals and companies alike. He has presented at business and fitness conferences across the globe including IDEA, Filex, CanFitPro, FitPro, IHRSA, Pure Fitness Asia, Perform Better, Equinox, Gold’s Gym International, Lifetime Family Fitness etc. helping to develop top-notch fitness professionals.

Fit to Succeed episode: Personal coaching

In this episode on personal coaching we cover:

  • Bobby’s back story that brought him into the fitness and personal training industry
  • the definition of coaching
  • how personal training is connected to coaching
  • the concept of cognitive dissonance and how this can impact fitness objectives
  • how confirmation bias can lead to less informed choices and limit the potential for change

If you enjoy this episode, then please rate the show and share it with your friends so they can benefit from this free expert information. Your comments and feedback are always welcome. Please subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or the video series here on YouTube so you will receive each update immediately upon release. To enjoy more engaging expert interviews, please visit our full podcast library.

Website: www.robertcappuccio.com

Connect with Bobby on social media

Facebook @TheRobertCappuccio

Instagram @bobbycappuccio

Twitter @bobbycappuccio

Bonus video

Here is a short 5-minute bonus video that we recorded with Bobby, that offers some extra ideas and concepts to help.

Muscle fascia and functional movement – Episode 24 with Ian O’Dwyer

Summary

The turn of the millennium brought the world of functional movement training to the fitness industry, then in 2007-08 many elite PT’s shifted focus to the role that fascia plays in movement control and function. Ian O’Dwyer was one of the leaders at the forefront of both of these changes within the fitness industry as he worked in conjunction with PT on the Net and PTA Global.

Biography

Ian O’Dwyer is an outstanding personal trainer specialising in the fitness-related field of functional movement. He is known for his unique observations and appreciation of the human body in motion. Many years of extensive conditioning and rehabilitation through sport, combined with spending time with global leaders in the fitness industry, has inspired Ian to evolve a highly effective movement philosophy.

Ian has developed applications that empower clients and fitness coaches with solutions to everyday issues, enabling them to regain responsibility for their own wellbeing. A sought-after presenter, Ian has also delivered over 500 fitness workshops around the world during his career. His ability to facilitate cutting-edge science and research into practical solutions has empowered wellness professionals to lead their client’s to more efficient and effective results.

Ian has operated his personal training studio in Queensland for over 2 decades, providing an important real-world centre where he has developed and refined his training approach over the years.

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Functional movement coach, Ian O’Dwyer

Websites: www.odonmovement.comwww.feelsoma.com

Episode content: Muscle, fascia and functional movement

  • This episode includes the following:
  • What motivated Ian to get involved in the functional fitness movement?
  • An effective definition of functional training
  • The foundational principles that underpin functional training?
  • What is fascia? Why is this tissue so important to human movement?
  • What is vector variation?
  • Why are rhythm and timing such important training parameters?

If you enjoy this episode, then please rate the show and share it with your friends so they can benefit from this free expert information. Your comments and feedback are always welcome. Please subscribe to our blog or the audio podcast on iTunes, and the video series on YouTube so you will receive each update immediately upon release. To enjoy more engaging expert interviews, please visit our full podcast library.

Connect with Ian on social media:

Facebook @odomnpc

Instagram @odonmovement

Links discussed in video:

During this episode, Ian spoke a few times regarding an expert in fascial anatomy called Tom Myers. You can find out more about his work by visiting Anatomy Trains.

Bonus video:

We recorded a short taster video that condenses some of the points discussed into a quick 5-minute interview. Enjoy this extra bonus.

https://youtube.com/watch?v=PGzMJFusp5
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Modern diets, gluten intolerance, and autoimmunity – Episode 23 with Dr Tom O’Bryan

Summary

Did you know that our modern diets, gluten intolerance, and autoimmunity are all linked! Have you ever experienced any kind of negative reaction following food intake? Do certain foods cause itchy mouth, sneezing, bloating, discomfort, gas, or bowel upset? Do you ever feel irritable, moodiness, fatigued, sudden drops in energy, or mental fogginess? All of these symptoms and more could be signs of food sensitivity, especially to wheat, gluten, dairy or sugar.

Episode 23 features world leading wheat/gluten and autoimmunity expert, Dr Tom O’Bryan. Not only a well of knowledge on the subject, Dr Tom is also an excellent speaker and has a unique way of teaching this vital health information in memorable ways. Given a little freedom to roam during the interview, Dr Tom also drops in a few fascinating facts or ‘truth bombs’ on a few other important health topics such as fertility and brain health.

Biography

When it comes to getting healthy, Dr. Tom O’Bryan’s goal for you is ‘Making It Easy to Do the Right Thing’. As an internationally recognized, admired and compassionate speaker focusing on food sensitivities, environmental toxins, and the development of autoimmune diseases, Dr. Tom’s audiences discover that it is through a clear understanding of how you got to where you are, that you and your Dr. can figure out what it will take to get you well.

Dr. O’Bryan is considered a ‘Sherlock Holmes’ for chronic disease and metabolic disorders, teaching that the underlying mechanisms that trigger the development of chronic disease are the key to health. He holds teaching faculty positions with The Institute for Functional Medicine and the National University of Health Sciences. His 2016 ground-breaking book, The Autoimmune Fix, won the National Book Award and ranked first in several categories on Amazon. The book outlines the step-by-step development of degenerative diseases and gives us the tools to identify our disease process years before the symptoms are obvious.

Dr. O’Bryan’s latest book ‘You can Fix your Brain’, published in Sep 2018, will no doubt be a great success.

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Dr Tom O’Bryan, Gluten expert

Episode content: Modern diets, gluten intolerance, and autoimmunity

During the engaging interview you will learn about:

  • the fascinating back story that led Tom O’Bryan into the health space to become a functional medicine practitioner.
  • the importance of zinc for fertility and how processed grains and gluten sensitivity could interfere with absorption.
  • how the body develops a gluten sensitivity to wheat or other grains.
  • the difference between Celiac disease and non-celiac gluten intolerance.
  • is eating a grain-free diet, such as the paleo diet, good for health?
  • do grains need to be removed from the diet?
  • why are oats, that are technically gluten-free, often labelled as an allergenic food?
  • a review of Dr Tom’s latest and exciting book about improving brain health.

If you enjoy this episode, then please rate the show and share it with your friends so they can benefit from this free expert information. Your comments and feedback are always welcome. Please subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or the video series on YouTube so you will receive each update immediately upon release. To enjoy more engaging expert interviews visit our podcast library.

Website: www.thedr.com

All of Dr Tom’s programmes, documentaries, courses (including those mentioned during the podcast), and other helpful content are available on his website.

Connect with Dr Tom on social media

Facebook @thedr.com.english

Twitter @theDr_com

Instagram @dr.tomobryan 

Bonus video

If you are looking for a quick taster on what is discussed in this podcast and some extra quick tips from Dr Tom, then watch this short 5 minute video.

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Calories hormones and metabolism work together in weight loss – Episode 22 with Dr Jade Teta

Summary

What is the best solution for weight loss? Calorie reduction? Speeding up metabolism? Or controlling hormones? Dr Jade Teta addresses all of these issues in this fascinating interview. He asserts that calories hormones and metabolism are physiological factors that actually work together in successful control of excess weight and body fat reduction. This interview will no doubt become an instant classic in the Fit to Succeed series!

Guest biography

Dr Jade Teta is a highly experienced personal trainer of over 25 years. He has produced numerous video-based workouts that are used by hundreds of thousands all over the world. Jade has a degree in biochemistry and is a qualified physician. Despite his speciality in natural medicine, he has been called everything from a “quack” to a “witch doctor.” Regardless, the choice to go into the field of alternative medicine is described by Jade as being a ‘conscious and deliberate one’.

Dr Teta specialises is in a subset of medicine called naturopathic medicine. If you compare him to your family doctor, but instead of using drugs and surgery first (many know little about diet and exercise), Dr Teta chooses to use drugs as a second choice over other natural remedies and behaviours. He is also an expert in nutrition, exercise and supplementation. Jade describes his speciality as ‘integrative endocrinology.’ This is the study of hormones & metabolism. The integrative part just means that he combines and balances both conventional and alternative methods. Most of Jade’s career has been focused on helping the most difficult metabolic cases to successfully achieve effective weight loss.

Episode content: Calories hormones and metabolism:

Episode 22 with Dr Jade covers a range of intriguing topics that help to cut through the science and offers clear actionable information, including:

  • The general role of calories hormones and metabolism in weight management
  • What impact do hormones play in the body weight control?
  • Is calorie reduction more important than insulin control in weight loss?
  • The role of insulin (blood glucose) and cortisol (stress response) in the weight management battle
  • The dual nature of oestrogen in fat burning and in fat-storing
  • How the female menstrual cycle alters female metabolism

If you enjoy this episode, then please rate the show and share it with your friends so they can benefit from this free expert information. Your comments and feedback are always welcome. Please subscribe to our blog, to the podcast on iTunes, or the video series on YouTube so you will receive each update immediately upon release. To enjoy more engaging expert interviews please visit the podcast library.

Connect via social media / internet

Website: www.jadeteta.com

Podcast: The Jade Teta Podcast – Mind, Muscle, Metabolism

Facebook @jadeteta

Instagram @jadeteta

Twitter @jadeteta

Bonus video

If you are short on time and still want to get a sense of what was discussed in this interview, then this short, 4-minute quick-fire interview still offers some great insights and tips into managing calories hormones and metabolism.

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Nutrient density helps weight management – Episode 21 with Dr Zoe Harcombe

Summary

This episode addresses the concept of using and applying nutrient density as an effective factor in the battle against obesity with expert diet and nutrition researcher, Dr Zoe Harcombe.

* Please note this is an audio only recording (but still worth a listen)

Guest biography

Dr Zoe Harcombe is a researcher, author, blogger and public speaker in the field of diet and health. Her key areas of interest/expertise are public health dietary guidelines (especially dietary fat), nutrition and obesity.

Zoe earned a BA and MA from Cambridge University and was the first pupil from her state school to have graduated from Cambridge. She was voted college student president by her peers while there – only the second female president in over 630 years.

In 2016, Zoe was awarded a PhD in public health nutrition. The title of her thesis was “An examination of the randomised controlled trial and epidemiological evidence for the introduction of dietary fat recommendations in 1977 and 1983: A systematic review and meta-analysis.”

Zoe is the author of several best-selling books, including The Obesity Epidemic, The Harcombe Diet and Why do You Overeat? She is a regular speaker at leading conferences and is a sought after expert whose research capacity and ability to dispel dietary myths and fallacies has helped cement her excellent reputation.

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Dr Zoe Harcombe

Episode content: Nutrient density

Episode 21 with Dr Zoe covers a fascinating range of dietary themes that will certainly bring greater understanding to your personal dietary journey, including:

  • The importance of our relationship to food in the weight management battle
  • A scientific definition of nutrient density
  • How do commonly marketed ‘health’ foods measure up in terms of nutrient density?
  • What metabolic effect do low nutrient, processed foods have upon the body?
  • Dr Harcombe’s views on isolated oils, such as olive oil and coconut oil, that are marketed as ‘healthy’.

If you enjoy this episode, then please rate the show and share it with your friends so they can benefit from this free expert information. Your comments and feedback are always welcome. Please subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or the video series on YouTube so you will receive each update immediately upon release. To enjoy more engaging expert interview please visit the podcast library.

Website: www.zoeharcombe.com

Podcast: Diet and Health Today available on iTunes

Connect with Zoe on social media 

Facebook @zoeharcombe

Twitter @zoeharcombe

Books

Zoe has written and published a range of books on diet, nutrition and public health. To learn more about this, please view Zoe’s website Bookshelf. All Zoe’s books are also available on Amazon.

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Training older adults for real life – Episode 20 with Robert Linkul

Summary

With the general population living longer and becoming ever more health aware, the fitness market for clients 50 years and older is booming! But…you need to break the mould and learn how to train this population group effectively. Expert PT in the field of training older adults, Robert Linkul, joins us to share his insights on how he has carved out a successful fitness business in this important niche.

Guest biography

Robert Linkul is the head personal trainer and the owner of Be STRONGER Fitness. Robert has a Master’s degree in Personal Training from the United State Sports Academy (University of Alabama). This is underwritten with a Bachelor’s degree in kinesiology from California State University of Sacramento. Linkul is the Southwest Regional Coordinator with the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) and was named the NSCA’s 2012 Personal Trainer of the year. Robert serves as the chairman for the NSCA’s personal trainer special interest group and is the career development columnist for their quarterly personal training publication.

Robert is a Certified Personal Trainer (NSCA-CPT *D) and a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS *D) with distinction. He has also earned a Master Sandbag Instructors Certification from Alpha Strong. He is also a CPT and CSCS exam preparation symposium instructor for the NSCA. Robert has been in the personal training industry since 1999 and has developed a semi-private group training style that few in the industry have mastered. Robert has great skill and empathy for, and a passion for training older adults.

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Robert Linkul

Episode content: Training older adults

In this episode we discuss:

  • the difference between training older adults and the elderly
  • what has motivated Robert to specialise in training adults in the 50+ category
  • managing expectations among older adult clientele
  • why strength training is a key aspect of training older populations
  • key principles for training older adults

Website: www.bestrongerfitness.com

Connect with Robert via social media:

Facebook @BeSTRONGERFitnessSacramento

Instagram @bestrongerfitness

If you enjoy this episode, then please rate the show and share it with your friends so they can benefit from this free expert information. Your comments and feedback are always welcome. Please subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or the video series on YouTube so you will receive each update immediately upon release. To enjoy more engaging expert interviews, visit the full podcast library.

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Motivation and confidence for fitness trainers – Episode 19 with Pete Cohen

Summary

Health and fitness professionals are human too! It may come as a surprise that many in the fitness industry still struggle with a lack of motivation and confidence and maybe even a lack of self-belief. Sometimes developing and maintaining a high level of fitness is a means to overcoming those personal limitations. However, there is another way…learn to motivate yourself, begin an action plan to gradually increase in confidence and self-belief for true success. World-leading expert and inspirator, Pete Cohen, joins us on the Fit to Succeed show and shares vital insights into how we can build our psychological muscles!

Guest biography

Pete Cohen is one of the world’s leading keynote speakers. Hundreds of thousands of people from all over the world have been motivated and inspired by Pete’s presentations. He has been dedicated to supporting organisations and the people within them to flourish for over 25 years.

Pete coaches business leaders, executives, corporate teams and sporting stars to achieve their best. He has worked with companies such as IBM, Boots, Pfizer, Robert Half International, BAA, Royal Bank of Scotland, Boehringer Ingelheim and Thomas Cook. He has professionally impacted on the lives of thousands of people worldwide. Pete focuses on the importance of having a strong belief in yourself.

He is the author of 17 published books, several of which have been best-sellers across the world, including Shut the Duck UpHabit BustingLife DIY and Sort Your Life Out. He has also presented his own show on TV called The Coach and was the resident Life Coach on GMTV for 12 years. Pete’s background is in psychology and sports science. He specialises in taking self-help and personal development to the masses in a way that is easy for people to understand and apply. Working in sports performance coaching, Pete has helped world class sporting stars reach their peak performance. Notable clients include Sally Gunnell, Ronnie O’Sullivan, Ellen MacArthur, Roger Black, the Kent Cricket Team and the Arsenal Football team.

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Pete Cohen – the Inspirator

Episode Content: Motivation and confidence

In this episode with Pete Cohen we discuss some intriguing topics and draw out some fascinating insights, including:

  • what motivated Pete to become a fitness professional
  • what is ‘self help’ and why do we need it?
  • how to ensure we receive help from qualified coaches
  • actions for developing confidence and self-belief
  • how to shift from a negative relationship with exercise/diet to a more positive one

Website: www.petecohen.com

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Connect with Pete on social media

Facebook @Itspetecohen

Instagram @petecohen_

Twitter @petecohen_

If you enjoy this episode about motivation confidence & self-belief, then please rate the show and share it with your friends so they can benefit from this free expert information. Your comments and feedback are always welcome. Please subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or the video series on YouTube so you will receive each update immediately upon release. To enjoy more engaging interviews, visit our full podcast library.

Episode links

During episode 19 Pete mentioned a range of different books, experts and talks that you can find out more about by following the links below:

Mel Robbins TEDX talk: How to stop screwing yourself over

Episode 11 Fit to Succeed podcast with Pete’s past fitness colleague, Lincoln Bryden, a leading group exercise expert

Book recommendations:

Think and grow rich by Napoleon Hill

The Heroes Journey by Joseph Campbell

Pete Cohen’s Mi365 podcast

Bonus video

This short bonus interview was recorded in addition to the main interview. Pete shares some quick thoughts to help those who need some ideas in a hurry! Enjoy.

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Fasted training and the importance of context – Episode 18 with Dr Laurent Bannock

Summary

Fasted training or exercising without prior food consumption is claimed to boost metabolism and drive up body fat burning, but is this really true? Get the answers to this in context within episode 18 alongside leading exercise scientist, Dr Laurent Bannock.

Biography

Laurent is the founder and director of Guru Performance. He has over 25 years of practitioner experience in the fields of nutrition, fitness, and performance. He currently acts as a consultant to a variety of professional teams (Egyptian FA, Bath & London Irish rugby) & elite level athletes, including the British Fencing World Class Program – supporting the Team GB Fencing Squad. Laurent is a Registered Sports and Exercise Nutritionist (UK SENr), a Certified Sports Nutritionist (ISSN). He is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (NSCA), and is a Certified Anthropometrist (ISAK).

Laurent is also the host of his own highly acclaimed ‘We Do Science’ Podcast. He is currently serving panel member of the UK Sport and Exercise Nutrition Register (SENr), is a Fellow of the International Society of Sports Nutrition (ISSN), sits on the advisory board of the ISSN, and is also an Associate Editor of the Journal of the International Society for Sports Nutrition. Laurent also serves as an expert reviewer for the European Journal of Sports Sciences, and the International Journal of Sports Nutrition & Exercise Metabolism. Laurent is a highly experienced educator & lecturer and is the program director (and founder) for the ISSN Diploma postgraduate programme. He also works as a senior lecturer and program leader for the MSc Sport & Exercise Nutrition program at Middlesex University, London.

Episode details: Fasted training in context

This episode answers important questions and addresses the following issues surrounding fasted training:

  • Why context is vital when interpreting scientific data
  • How to take a broad view of science to apply it effectively in an exercise/nutrition environment
  • What metabolic or body composition benefits can be obtained through fasted training?
  • Are the effects of fasting before training gender specific?
  • What impact to exercise history and training status have on fasted training?

Website: www.guruperformance.com

Episode links

During the episode we refer to a position statement created and released by the Guru Performance Institute and Dr Bannock specifically reviewing the application of the science in relation to fasted training. Please click the link below to review this insightful article:

Guru Performance Position Stand Statement

Connect with Laurent via social media

Facebook @guruperformance

Twitter @GuruPerformance

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