Created with Sketch.
The Nutrition, Health and Performance Podcast
49 minutes | Jul 24, 2021
Series 2 - Episode 2: Glenn Ross Strongman Talk
Glenn Ross ("The Daddy") is a former International Strongman and Powerlifter. In a highly decorated career, Glenn competed in numerous World's Strongest Man competitions and various World Grand Prix and European Team competitions. He is a 5 time UK strongest man winner and podium finisher at the Arnold ClassicToday, Glenn remains in the sport through his company Ultimate Strongman (Homepage) which hosts some of the biggest strongman events in the UK.In this episode we discuss;- How Glenn went from a national winning bodybuilder to one of the biggest and strongest men on the planet.- What it took to become one of the most successful strongmen on the planet- The reason why he thinks he was never crowned the strongest man on in the world- The moment he knew he had to retire- The problem with some modern strongman events
39 minutes | Jul 17, 2021
Series 2 - Episode 3 : Cameron Park - Olympic Games Aspirations
Cameron has been training in Taekwondo for around 11 years, the last 7 of which he has been competing as a high-performance athlete including alongside Team GB. After competing in several major championships, international opens and winning many medals and titles, his sporting career so far has been a rollercoaster of emotion, leaving him hungry for more!In this episode we discuss;- How Cameron's early success in the sport spurred him on- When he realised he could go on to be a national level athlete and the differences he had to make to his training- How important his overall lifestyle is to being an elite athlete- A deep dive into his weekly training and nutrition- His future plans and aspirations. Is the olympics on the cards?
44 minutes | Jul 9, 2021
Series 2 - Episode 1 - Shivani Vaghela's Secrets
Shivani Vaghela has a long standing career in Business Development, Global Management and Business Transformation over the past 10+ years. Her career history spans a number of multi-national organisations where she has made significant strategic and financial impact in her roles. Part time, Shivani competes as a fitness model/bodybuilder and has won a number of titles pro cards with the federations MiamiPro and Pure Elite. In 2019, Shivani achieved her pro status with WBFF and will hopefully be competing in a Pro show in 2022.
37 minutes | Sep 25, 2020
Episode #23 - Dr George Wilson from Jockey to Sports Scientist and Nutritionist
Dr George Wilson is a researcher at Liverpool John Moores University as well as a sports scientist and nutritionist who has previously worked with Blackburn Rovers, Tranmere Rovers, numerous combat athletes and, more recently, professional horse racing jockeys. As well as publishing numerous research outputs, George has been fundamental in evoking change across the professional horse racing industry. From culture changes to rule changes, George has truly been a pioneer in this field. In this episode, we discuss;- How George got into horse racing- How he worked his way up to be a professional jockey- Why he maybe wasn't your 'typical' jockey- The controversial headline that made national news- The biggest lessons he's learnt during his time in the sportAs much as anything else, George is amazingly down to earth and a humble human being. If you enjoy the episode, make sure to subscribe, hit the like and share buttons on social media, or just pass it on with good old fashioned word of mouth.
52 minutes | Sep 3, 2020
Episode #22 - Neil Taylor - Lessons From An International Athlete and Coach
Neil Taylor is a former Commonwealth medalist in Olympic Weightlifting. Since his time as an athlete, Neil has worked as an elite Strength and Conditioning Coach for different sports and clubs, as well as working with England Rugby Union for over 15 years.In this episode, we discuss:- Coping with Covid-19 in his current role as a Performance Manager for Sports Wales- How Neil would have coped with Covid-19 back in his day as an athlete- How he went from athlete to strength coach, to working at the top of international rugby- The biggest lessons he learnt in 15 years at England Rugby- Advice to those looking to return to the gym after lockdown.
55 minutes | Jul 8, 2020
Episode #21 - Phil Richards - Women and Weight Loss
In this podcast, Phil Richards talks with Managing Director Charlotte Avery. Phil goes through problems that can occur with women when trying to lose weight and what happens to the weight loss capability when women reach the menopause.
36 minutes | Jul 6, 2020
Episode #20 - Matt Luxton - Most Innovative Fitness Entrepreneur 2012
Matt Luxton is a personal trainer and coach based in Southwest of England. Have played International Rugby as a junior athlete and semi-professional as a senior, he has gone on to be one of the most successful fitness professionals in the UK. He was awarded the Most Innovative Fitness Entrepreneur (2012), co-authored an Amazon Best Seller, and written numerous recipe books. He has presented across the world, written articles and featured in numerous magazines and coached world record holders, Olympic games athletes and international representatives.In this episode we discuss;- Adapting his business at the start of the covid-19 lockdown.- Adapting his coaching for both the general public and athletes as well as dealing with their changes in expectations and goals.- The value of coaching during periods of uncertainty.For more about Matt, you can find him on Facebook, or learn more about the Tamar Performance Centre where he offers a range of coaching facilities for endurance athletes and triathletes.
44 minutes | Jun 24, 2020
Episode #19 - Ben Owen: The Dawning Of A New ‘Health Economy'
Benjamin Owen is the Owner of Fast Way To Fitness. His passion is to help people transform their life by transforming their body.Ben has been training people for 15 years and has spoken all over the country about using body transformation as a tool for driving change in life and business.Fast Way To Fitness is one of the largest bespoke body transformation gyms in the country. Their mission is to bridge high-level coaching, training and performance to more people. They offer 6 week and 6 - 12 Month programmes.They have recently launched their corporate business coaching package and have had incredible results from helping teams transform via a vehicle of health.In this episode, we discuss;- The landscape of the health and fitness industry in a post-COVID 19 world- The dawning of a new ‘health economy’- Health as a vehicle for success- Void created value - how we crave what we don’t have- The five things he concentrates on for client engagementFor more blogs on health, nutrition and performance visit...https://www.prpsupplements.co.uk/the-locker
34 minutes | Jun 11, 2020
Episode #18 - The Best Athletes Phil Richards Has Trained - Including Eddie Hall
An exclusive episode with Phil Richards himself! Phil goes through the best athletes that he's trained through the years. The athletes include: - Scott Gibs - Welsh rugby player- Amir Khan - World-Renowned Boxer- Stuart Stokes - Olympic Steeplechaser- Eddie 'The Beast Hall' - World Strongest Man 2016- Gary Speed - Welsh Professional Footballer And Manager- Swansea Rugby Team
41 minutes | Jun 2, 2020
Episode #17 - Dr Nigel Plummer's Top Four Supplements For Immune Support
Nigel is the CEO of Cultech Ltd, one of the largest supplement manufacturers in Europe. Nigel has also leads a team of research scientists that investigate the efficacy of nutritional supplements as well as their manufacturing process. Cultech has become internationally recognised as both an innovator and premium quality manufacturer within the nutritional supplement industry. Cultech has become known worldwide for it's quality of manufacturing and clinical research especially within the field of probiotics and fish oils.Head over to the PRP Blog to see more info on workouts, nutrition and research...https://www.prpsupplements.co.uk/the-lockerIn this episode, we discuss:The factors that affect our susceptibility to infectious diseases and illnesses like Covid-19 and the flu.How it is not just about 'catching' one of these diseases, but also how your body copes - the difference in the severity of illness.What steps you can take to reduce your likelihood of becoming ill. Nigel's top 3 supplements for immune function.
42 minutes | May 27, 2020
Episode #16 - GI Symptoms Experienced By Athletes And How You Can Avoid Them With Patrick Wilson
Patrick Wilson is an associate professor of exercise science and directs the Human Performance Laboratory at Old Dominion University. He earned a PhD in exercise physiology from the University of Minnesota and completed post-doctoral training in sports nutrition at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Wilson has authored over 45 scientific articles that span the disciplines of exercise science, sports nutrition, and health. He is the author of the recently released book, The Athlete's Gut: The Inside Science of Digestion, Nutrition, and Stomach Distress. Wilson is also a credentialed registered dietitian through the Commission on Dietetic Registration.Head over to the PRP Blog to see more info on workouts, nutrition and research...https://www.prpsupplements.co.uk/the-lockerIn this episode we discuss:Patrick’s early career and how he found himself research in the area of GI symptoms in athletes.Some of his first major findings and what it means to those undertaking endurance events.The most common GI symptoms experienced by athletes, some of the major contributing factors, and how you can try to avoid them.What he wished he knew before writing his new book.You can find Patrick on twitter @SportsRD_PhD
43 minutes | May 13, 2020
Episode #15 - How Performance Coach Andrew Wiseman Of Utah Royals FC Is Working With Lockdown
Andrew Wiseman is currently Head of Performance at Utah Royals FC in Salt Lake City. Utah Royals currently play in the National Women's Soccer League. Previously, Andrew held roles at Exeter City, Celtic FC. He is also the founder of Soccerology Academy - An interactive community for sports science in football. A chance to share, discuss research and upload training videos.In this episode we discuss;How the club dealt with lockdown early on. How they are monitoring the players’ conditioning and wellbeing.Their plans looking ahead as football restarts.Some of the similarities and differences when coaching female athletesYou can find Andrew on twitter at @MrWiseyMan
34 minutes | Apr 14, 2020
Episode #14 - Ben Fanning From Personal Trainer To Businessman
Ben Fanning is a fitness professional, entrepreneur, and family man. In this episode, we discuss:Ben's difficulties from the very beginningLessons learnt from a prison cellHow he went from personal trainer to businessmanThe importance of self-careHow to win the morningBe sure to reach out to Ben on Facebook or Instagram (@benjaminfanning).
34 minutes | Mar 26, 2020
Episode #13 - Ross Dewar - Dealing With COVID-19 In The Professional Sporting World And The Fundamentals Of S&C In Elite Sport
Ross Dewar has worked in Professional Cricket as a Strength & Conditioning coach since 2000 working with Somerset, Northamptonshire and Worcestershire.As well as holding a degree in sports & exercise science and his UKSCA accreditation Ross is passionate about self-improvement and helping cricketers become the best they can be physically and professionally.He specialises in sport-specific S&C, Movement prep, mobility & recovery as well as nutrition for health and performance.In this episode we discuss:- How a professional cricket team has dealt with the unprecedented situation of coronavirus- How they are trying to monitor players from afar- What their fitness goals are while on lockdown- We also talk about Ross's journey in the S&C world, how his entire career got kickstarted with a simple letter, and what the most important things are that undermine the work he does.
46 minutes | Mar 19, 2020
Episode #12 - A 20 Year 'Over Night' Success - What It Took To Work With World Champion Boxers With Ric Moylan
Ric is the head performance coach and mentor for numerous world-class athletes, including professional footballers, boxers and Tennis players. He previously spent a 4 years working with Team Ricky Hatton and has worked with over 50 professional boxers including fighters such as former WBA World Champion Scott Quigg, 2 x World Champion Ryan Burnett, WBC World Champion Tony Bellew, former WBA World Champion Anthony Crolla, former British and Commonwealth Champion Frankie Gavin and English Boxing Champion Nav Mansouri.He has also worked with athletes from a diverse range of sports such as the ATP tennis player Liam Broady, the England Tug Of War team and UKBFF Champion Nina Ross have all worked with me for guidance and improvement in all aspects of their physical and mental development.In this episode we discuss:Ric's journey to where he is today and taking 20 years to become an "overnight success"What he thinks every young coach should be doing at the start of their career.How he takes an athlete-centred approach to the people he works with.His future plans and next steps in his own personal journey.
45 minutes | Mar 3, 2020
Episode #11 - Taking Caffeine To Enhance Performance with Gabriel Martins - Fuel The Pedal
Gabriel Martins is a researcher at the University Camilo José Cela in Madrid where his research focuses on studying supplement contamination and the use of ergogenic aids in sports performance. He also works with cycling athletes and competing in both road cycling and mountain bike events. On top of that, he hosts the fantastic podcast Fuel the Pedal - which is definitely worth checking out. In this episode we discuss all things caffeine:- Prevalence - how caffeine is one of the least used supplements.- Dosage - what level you shouldn't go above and how to control the dose you take. - Efficacy - what sports does caffeine have the most evidence for being effective? Is there a difference between male and females?- Individual Response - can be ergolytic, not always ergogenic- Timing - when do caffeine concentrations peak? Should you take it during exercise?
39 minutes | Feb 20, 2020
Episode #10 - Understanding Vitamin D From The Most Recent Research with Dr Daniel Owens
Dr Daniel Owens is a lecturer and research in cellular and molecular sport and exercise science at Liverpool John Moores University. He also works as an applied Sports Nutritionist with experience in professional football and rugby league. In this episode we discuss:- Vitamin D - why is there so much interest in research and it's use as a supplement- Assessing - should you assess, how to assess, some of the potential issues with current methods and understanding- Contraindications and other issues - particular focus here on whether vitamin k or any other nutrients should be supplemented as well- Recommendations according to latest research - daily amount, daily vs weekly vs monthly
32 minutes | Dec 9, 2019
Episode #9 - Learning and Maintaining Habits With Karl Morris
Karl Morris has worked with over 100 PGA Tour, European Tour, LPGA Tour and Ladies European Tour players including six major winners including Louis Oosthuizen, Graeme McDowell and Darren Clarke.He is the co-author of a number of books including; ’The Lost Art of Putting’ as well as previous books. ‘Attention –the secret to YOU playing great golf’ and ‘Golf –The Mind Factor’ with Ryder Cup captain Darren Clarke. His passion is to provide golfers of all levels with simple and effective tools to get the very best from their game. His Mind Factor seminars have been presented all over the world to the PGA’s of Australia, Sweden, South Africa, Germany, Holland, Italy, Switzerland and Belgium.He also presents his own podcast series called 'The Brain Booster'In this episode we discuss;- How and why we form habits- Why it is so difficult to break old habits- The most important period when you're trying to form new behaviours- What tactics Karl uses with PGA golfers for when things start to go wrong
31 minutes | Oct 9, 2019
episode #8 - Dean Johnston - From Fireman To Ironman
Dean Johnston is a keen athlete and sportsman who has just completed the 2019 Welsh ‘Ironman’ challenge. He lives in Cwmafan, Port Talbot with his wife Victoria and two boys Ioan and Theo. Dean has always been a keen sportsman since a young child and was a regularly seen running or playing semi-professionally on the football field. After being a firefighter for a number of years which was a life long dream, unfortunately, he was involved in a road traffic accident whilst on his bike. The accident, though not his fault, meant his life took a different term and he spent the next 3 years surviving and recovering. He has overcome this, and just completed his first Iron man in 10 hours 47 and coming 9th in his age category, and 78th overall out of 2039 other competitors. Jamie speaks to Dean about his training and the event itself…..
43 minutes | Sep 23, 2019
Episode #7: Nigel Plummer - What You Need To Know Before Buying A Fish Oil
In this episode of The Health, Nutrition and Performance Podcast the host Dr. Jamie Pugh has Dr. Nigel Plummer on the show to share his expertise on fish oil. Are there different types? What is the best type? What do we need to know before buying a fish oil?
Terms of Service
Do Not Sell My Personal Information
© Stitcher 2021