Armi Legge is an extremely interesting nutrition and fitness writer based in Virginia, USA. Armi’s philosophy is to help people who are obsessed with their health and fitness simplify their efforts so they can pursue their passions without giving up their other interests and social lives. He has previously been a nationally ranked triathlete and a he’s been a professional fitness writer since the age of 16!
In the episode we discuss how Armi’s childhood experiences of anorexia have influenced his current approach to nutrition and fitness. We explore why Armi believes a flexible approach to nutrition is the key to long term success, why consistency is crucial and his take on nutrition cults and dietary extremism.
Armi also explains how to find the balance between endurance and resistance training – how to structure your workouts, when to train and how to ensure optimum recovery.
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Efficient, effective, consistent healthy nutrition and fitness habits are what Karl Williams is all about. Karl is a knowledgeable personal trainer and owner of Kommitted - a fitness coaching company that promotes moderation and teaches sustainable lifestyle changes to busy Londoners.
In this episode we discuss balancing training and nutrition with a healthy social life, avoiding stress, promoting recovery and achieving consistency. Karl shares gems including his favourite way to get more vegetables into the diet and he explains his thoughts on weight training versus cardio.
The 40 minute show is packed with helpful advice that’s going to help you progress towards your goals both in the kitchen and in the gym.
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Nutrition coach, physique pro, trainer and all round top bloke Jamie Alderton joins Scott Baptie for this week’s Food For Fitness Podcast.
Jamie has always led a healthy lifestyle. He started out his career serving in the Army before moving into the fitness scene. He now has a huge following on social media, has competed in natural bodybuilding, runs his own training studio and is sponsored by several brands in the fitness industry.
In this episode Scott and Jamie chat about his journey in the industry. Jamie shares his experiences of following a stereotypical “bodybuilding diet” when he first started out before transitioning to a more flexible and varied nutrition approach. He explains some of the problems his clients encounter when trying to lose fat, his approach to behaviour change and mindset and loads more helpful tips that makes this a great show. Enjoy!
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Clinical Dietician Martin Lau is this week’s guest on the Food For Fitness Podcast. Martin previously worked in the sports supplement industry but now is a dietician for a national arthritis charity. A keen sportsman with a rugby background, Martin is now either found lifting heavy in the gym or trying his hand at American Football.
In this episode, Martin shares his experience of working with hundreds of 100’s clients in a clinical setting. We chat about the obesity crisis, food intolerance testing kits and our opinion of them, the ‘anabolic window’, healthy eating on a budget and lots more in this informative show.
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