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Scott Baptie from Food For Fitness shares his nutrition, fitness, fat loss, lifestyle and healthy living strategies with you. If you’re looking for a simple and healthy way to get the body you’ve always desired - that cuts out the guesswork - then this show is for you. Scott has worked with hundreds of clients, from complete beginners to multinational companies and professional football clubs. He also contributes to a wide range of fitness publications both as a writer and fitness model. Whether your goal is to improve body composition, lose fat, build muscle, develop sports performance or simply to learn how to eat healthier, you’ll love this Podcast! Scott and his guests deliver simple, effective, evidence-based advice that promotes ‘inclusion’ rather than unnecessary ‘exclusion’ or any extreme dietary practices. The result? A leaner, stronger, fitter you!
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May 26, 2015

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.

FFF 012 : Fitness Obsession & Nutrition Simplification – with Armi Legge is a post from: Food For Fitness

May 19, 2015

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.

FFF 011 : Being Consistently Good & Not Occasionally Perfect – with Karl Williams is a post from: Food For Fitness

May 12, 2015

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!

FFF 010 : Common Sense Dieting: From Bro To Pro – with Jamie Alderton is a post from: Food For Fitness

May 5, 2015

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.

FFF 009 : Clinical Dietetics, Food Intolerances & Tackling Obesity – with Martin Lau is a post from: Food For Fitness

Apr 29, 2015

Mike Samuels from Healthy Living, Heavy Lifting is this week’s guest on the Food For Fitness Podcast. Mike is a personal trainer and online diet coach. He trains clients for fat loss, strength and performance and generally being awesome.

We chat about Mike’s experiences of the popular paleo diet before achieving success with a more flexible approach. You’ll learn about ‘macros’, being flexible, the problems with absolutes, finding training methods you like, eating ice cream, healthy foods and how to stay on track.

FFF 008 : FFF 008 : Flexibility, Paleo & Tracking Macros – with Mike Samuels is a post from: Food For Fitness

Apr 21, 2015

Tanya Halliday RD joins Scott Baptie for this week’s Food For Fitness Podcast.

Tanya is a registered dietician who is taking time-out from her PhD at Virginia Tech University to share some interesting lessons she’s learned from her research involving weight training for beginners and the resulting dietary changes. She’s recently competed in a bodybuilding competition, is a former vegan and she’s crazy about oatmeal.

FFF 007 : FFF 007 : Weight Loss Lessons From Weight Lifting Research – with Tanya Halliday is a post from: Food For Fitness

Apr 16, 2015

My first state-side guest on the show is Matty Fusaro all the way from Long Island, NY. Matty is a huge deal over on YouTube where his fitness channel has over 100,000 subscribers with some of his most popular videos exceeding 1M views. Matty is an inspiring nutrition and fitness coach who’s fitness videos have literally helped thousands of people look, feel and perform at their best.

In this episode we discuss Matty’s rise to fame on YouTube, some of his most popular fitness videos and how he helped his Dad lose 100 lbs! We also chat about some of the common struggles people face in the kitchen and in the gym when trying to get in shape.

FFF 006 : Helping Thousands To Get Leaner & Fitter via YouTube – with Matty Fusaro is a post from: Food For Fitness

Apr 6, 2015

Lucy Doyle is a busy Mum, wife, business owner, coach and she’s lost over 30 kgs!

As a nutrition coach, Lucy now spends her time helping her own clients improve their nutrition, fitness and bring long term balance back into their lives. In this episode, Lucy shares her experience of being overweight and how she transformed her life by taking responsibility, embracing change and adopting a healthy lifestyle.

We discuss how she is currently striving to empower others and help struggling dieters achieve healthy and sustainable weight loss.

FFF 005 : Empowering Female Fitness & Embracing Change – with Lucy Doyle is a post from: Food For Fitness

Mar 31, 2015

Clinical Performance Nutritionist Martin MacDonald is in the guest chair on Episode 4 of the Food For Fitness Podcast.  Martin wears many hats: he is the Director of Mac-Nutrition, he’s the nutritionist for GB Weightlifting & Derby County Football Club, he writes, he speaks, he lifts and he’s a great Podcast guest.

In this episode you will learn some of the nutrition strategies that Martin uses with elite athletes including how to be more consistent! We also delve into dietary extremism and chat about how you make better progress by avoid food fear! There’s lots to cover so you better start listening now.

FFF 004 : Avoiding Food Fear, Extremism & Achieving Consistency – with Martin MacDonald is a post from: Food For Fitness

Mar 24, 2015

Emma Storey-Gordon is today’s podcast guest. Not only does she have an awesome following on Facebook and amazing abs Emma but she has an academic background in Sports Science. Her main interest is the effect of diet and exercise on critical illness prevention.

In this episode of the Food For Fitness Podcast Emma shares how she got into the fitness industry, what she has learned and discusses how thinking critically can improve your physique.


FFF 003 : Thinking Critically, Avoiding Mistakes & Doing What You Enjoy – with Emma Storey-Gordon is a post from: Food For Fitness

Mar 17, 2015

In this episode of the Food For Fitness Podcast, Chris Burgess is in the guest’s chair. When Chris isn’t training his own clients he runs a company that teaches other personal trainers how to make their businesses stronger and clients happier.

In this episode of the podcast we learn from Chris’s experiences in the fitness industry including some of the mistakes he made as a beginner, pointless supplements and falling victim to bad training advice! We also cover effective warmup routines, how to track your workout, what constitutes as progress and how to pick appropriate exercises to support your goals.

FFF 002 : Beginner Mistakes, Making Progress & Awesome Warmups – with Chris Burgess is a post from: Food For Fitness

Feb 23, 2015

In this episode of the Food For Fitness Podcast, I am joined by Mike MacDonald who is a successful personal trainer, coach and author. We examine mindset and some of the problems people encounter when trying to lose weight. Mike shares lessons he has learned from working with hundreds of clients and explains some of the common nutrition trends he sees. He also examines issues that a lot of people struggle with and proposes some helpful solutions.

FFF 001: Mindset, Habits & Goal Setting For A Better Physique - with Mike MacDonald is a post from: Food For Fitness

 

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