n todays episode, I have fellow MNU student Charlotte Poynter joining me. Charlotte is a Sports therapist from Heartfordshire in the UK. She lectures at the University of Bendforshire and has her own practice as well as her personal training qualification. Today, we discuss sports therapy, injury prevention as well other topics. We discuss this weeks module on MNU on nutritional fats and some practical take hope points for people.
In todays episode, I have fellow MNU student Cy Gregory joining me. Cy is a personal trainer, and interestingly a professional wrestler from Milton Keynes in the UK. We discuss wrestling and how it both inspired us to start training, tracking on MyfitnessPal and journaling, and this weeks MNU subject on carbohydrates, spoiler, they still don't make you fat
In todays episode, I have fellow MNU student Jeff Ash joining me. Jeff is joining me all the way from Texas in the USA. We discuss Jeff's inspiring and tragic introduction to the fitness industry and what lead him to MNU. We also talk about this weeks module on protein. Jeff is such a nice guy and is such a helpful guy within our course
In todays episode, I have fellow MNU student Sarah Bourne joining me. Sarah is a personal trainer from Bournemouth in the UK. We talk about how Sarah has very much had to take things back to basics after experiencing the poor side of the fitness industry. We chat about this weeks course and whether there truly is a optimal diet for human health and what we would suggest as a general guideline for people to follow
In todays episode, I have fellow MNU student Simon De Burgh joining me. Simon is a coach for Tri Force Endurance where he coaches endurance athletes and triathletes. I found this podcast fascinating, and I'm sure we barely scraped the surface of when it comes to training considerations for the sport. We also enjoyed discussing MNU's module on Nutritional Myths, not only surrounding endurance sport, but health & fitness in general
In todays episode, I have fellow MNU student Danny joining me. We talk about Danny's background and how we both were quite extreme in our approaches to nutrition in the past. We discuss this weeks module on health and tie in how the industry doesn't necessarily promote this to the general public. We also touch on slimming clubs, transformation programs and other poor practices that we feel people should gravitate away from
In todays episode, I briefly reintroduce myself and the purpose of the podcast moving forward. I'd like this podcast to be a celebration of everything fitness (so long as it's evidenced based right!). Along with myself, I'm inviting other students of MNU to join me where we can discuss the course and anything else health, fitness and nutrition related.