Various uncooked, protein-containing foods with a list of their protein content per 100g. An illustration of the 4 step model of habits by James Clear.

    Not only is good nutrition essential for your health and performance, it's also fundamental if you want to improve your physical appearance.

    Whether you want to lose fat, gain muscle, or do both (otherwise known as ’toning’) then, unfortunately, just training isn't enough.

    Trying to out-train a bad diet is a losing battle, which is why we'll dedicate one of your first sessions to carrying out a comprehensive nutrition and lifestyle assessment. How much time we dedicate to managing your nutrition thereafter will depend on your progress and personal preference.

    It's not up to me to tell you what your goals should be but I'll be honest with you about the changes you need to make to achieve them. It's my job to help you make the process as easy as possible, whilst taking into account everything else that's going on in your life.

    What works for one person doesn't necessarily work for the next person which is why personalisation is key. Instead of expecting you to follow overly-restrictive, tribal diet dogma, I work with you to design a sustainable nutrition plan that fits in with your individual lifestyle, goals and preferences.