From an early age I always had a passion for fitness, sport and nutrition.
Competing, training, watching or reading – I was hooked.
However, in the early days when trying to improve my own nutrition and knowledge to support my training and physique development, it was hard to source reliable and accurate nutrition information.
Nutrition and Fitness Gurus
Unqualified Nutrition Advisors
I simply just didn’t know what or who to believe.
This led to wasted time and financial investment with slow progress in my body composition, fitness and performance.
My physique, strength training and relationship with food was not going in a positive direction.
This had to stop!
So I decided to bury my head in the books and research, whilst studying a undergraduate degree in Sport & Exercise Science and a postgraduate degree in Sport & Exercise Nutrition.
All great knowing the science, but I wanted to get out in to the real world to help people and make a positive impact. This has led to me working as a personal trainer with clients from a variety of different professions, as well as a performance nutritionist working with professional athletes from all around the world.
But I wanted to do more!
Enter Nutrition JD.
I wanted to help people not make the same mistakes I did.
Save them time.
Save them money.
Save them the nutrition and training nonsense!
Nutrition and training articles that provide amazing value and practical useful information, which help navigate the nutrition nonsense and enhance nutrition knowledge.
Online coaching to support and guide individuals to optimise their body composition, improve their relationship with food or to improve their performance.
No nutrition fads.
No training nonsense.
No quick fixes.
Just credible and effective support guided by my years of experience working with clients helping them to achieve their goals.
Applied Experience Working With:
The hardgainer: A frustrated individual who cites that they have exhausted all nutrition and training avenues, but as yet has not seen
“Coffee dehydrates you” “For every coffee you consume, have a glass of water with it” Above are typical statements that come to
“Regular small meals boost metabolism” “When dieting eat little and often” How many times have you heard of or read this before?
Pre-Season – An often perceived torturous time of year, which brings back flashbacks of gruelling sessions from years gone by.
With the physicality and speed that rugby is now played at, if you are not doing everything you possibly can during pre-season