Working with climbers to optimise body-composition and climbing performance, non-climbers physique and strength. Coaching people to #beuseful.
Strength that has effort in it is not what you need; you need the strength that is the result of ease. — Ida P. Rolf PhD.
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- 07/2018: Started publishing Reviews and Testimonials
- 07/2018: Launched Pole Dance Sport and Physique Nutrition Coaching
- 06/2018: Launched the ResetSend Workshops
- 06/2018: Republishing site, a few mobile responsive issues, some older content has not been ported over yet.
Climbing Performance / Nutrition Coaching
Bespoke weight-sensitive nutrition coaching for climbers looking to maximise climbing performance, training output, and recovery whilst minimising muscle weight gain. Optimising energy systems and training adaptations with periodised nutrition strategies.
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Articles / Resources
To mitigate internet ‘kipple’ and for reasons of coaching, climbing or being generally more useful outside of writing website copy; if there is something posted below, it’s probably an interesting read.
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Dietary carbohydrate strategies for climbing performance, training, recovery, competition, and project preparation. Read more...
Foundational nutrition guidelines, providing macronutrient targets and dietary best practices. Read more...
Nutritional support for muscles, tendons and ligaments. Discussing diet strategies, supplementation, timing, training, loading, and periodisation for soft-tissue conditioning, recovery, and injury prevention. Read more...
Sports nutrition is not just feeding athletes enough to do their job, or giving them more to help them keep going. Sports nutrition is providing periodised context specific nutritional support for world-class training, recovery, and performance. Read more...
An introduction to the principles of training adaptation, ANS cardiac control, and the use of Heart Rate Variability (HRV) as a tool to monitor training load, fatigue, and recovery. With focus on the ithlete HRV mobile app. Read more...