If there is one subject that causes the most confusion for folks looking to lose weight it has to be meal timing. Should we eat little and often to boost metabolism? What if we skip breakfast? Do we need protein after a workout? How often should we eat protein? Is fasting a good idea? To answer all of your burning meal timing questions, we have nutrition coach Lawrence Judd from Shredded By Science on the show.
In this episode we’ll cover what the science says about how often we should eat, if it’s better to split up your protein intake throughout the day compared to eating it in less servings, why breakfast isn’t the most important meal of the day, when you should have protein after a workout and why intermittent fasting might help you burn fat and break through weight loss plateau.
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Saunas, sweat suits and dehydration are just some of the things we think of when we imagine boxers making weight for a fight. Fighters have a legacy of adopting some extreme methods to shed weight before stepping into the ring. However, thanks to evidence-based practitioners like Danny, old-school methods are being phased out with newer, safer, more effective ways of making weight.
In this episode, Danny Lennon – an Irish performance nutritionist who specialises in nutrition for combat sports – comes on the show. We’ll cover some of the common mistakes made by fighters when they’re cutting for a fight, the distinctive phases of a successful cut and how modern approaches are challenging some of the traditional methods for making weight.
Danny shares some of the supplements he often recommends for his clients, effective pre and post-training nutrition strategies and we’ll examine areas for future research in the field
Alice Liveing aka Clean Eating Alice is an Instagram sensation, food blogger, trainer and author of Amazon bestseller ‘The Body Bible’.
In this episode Alice reveals her thoughts on ‘clean eating’ and how it now means something completely different to what it meant when she started her own body-transformation two years ago.
She shares how she was able to write a cook book while working as a touring actress, her thoughts on being a social media motivator and the responsibilities that it brings and how she handles some of the negative press she’s received and the lessons she’s learned from it. You’ll also discover some insider secrets like how she makes her food look so good and the filters she uses too....
Been there, competed, got the t-shirt! Commonwealth games, the Olympics, 61 UK National Championships, 9 European Masters Champs, 31 World Masters Championships, 2 World Masters Games Championships….it’s safe to say that Geoff Cooke is one of the most decorated athletes in British Cycling.
Geoff has spent the last 50 years competing and coaching at the highest level in world cycling.
In this fantastic interview you’ll hear how Geoff went from intensive care to winning a World Masters Championship in 9 weeks, how he maintains his fitness at 71, how he balances old-school methods with emerging research in sports science, how his diet and training has changed over the years and the key character traits he’s seen in those who became “great” compared to those who couldn’t quite make it.