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  • Skin In The Game

    Human Performance & Skin in the Game

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      Something has been bothering me for the past few years and I could never really put my finger on it. I read a lot, study a lot and follow a lot of “guru’s” and academics. There are lots of very intelligent people out there …

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    How to win a 200km Ultra doing things you are told you can’t do

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      Think of the following event: A collection of very highly intelligent people (from Harvard or some place) lecture birds on how to fly. Imagine bald males in their sixties, dressed in black robes, officiating in forms of English that are full of jargon, with …

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  • Westmeath

    Nutrition for a Senior County GAA team

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    Can you change tradition ? After several years of looking into the biochemistry of foods – beta-oxidation, methylation, redox potential, gene expression, signal transduction…. And then applying this in the field, at a high level, with pro cyclists , triathletes and the like. I then …

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  • How to improve your life and it has nothing to do with food

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    An ON4S State of Mind…….    These days I’m looking into other factors that affect our health and performance other than nutrition. I used to be 100% nutrition. Now I’m not. The reason is the more I learn about other factors, the more I realise …

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    Whats this Low Carb for athletes all about ?

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    This has been a journey spanning over 5yrs. I didn’t just pick up a book; listen to a podcast, read a blog and then start just eating loads of fat, no carbs and doing long runs on empty. I looked into everything I could (and …

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  • Processed Stuff

    Sugar v Fat – Horizon BBC Documentary

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    Dig yourself hole and then keep digging. That’s essentially what this BBC documentary did. They had two identical twins compare a high sugar diet versus a high fat diet for one month. How each faired then was based on body composition, cognitive performance, fitness and …

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  • Athlete Support for 2013/2014 season

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    I am going to be taking on two Irish endurance athletes for the coming season. This follows on from my work this year with Ryan Sherlock and Eimear Mullan. This “ad-lib” nutrition support is for any athlete that is looking to turn pro or race …

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  • Valley

    An Ode to the Trail

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    A piece I wrote for the Irish Runner Magazine, published in September 2012; We are slowly but surely becoming a running nation. More and more people are hitting the pavements and pounding the roads. But I want to tell you all about a better place …

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  • Special Announcement: A New Beginning..

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    Commencing Jan 1st, I will be working with BMC’s Development Squad as their Performance Nutritionist. This will see me based out of Quarrata, Tuscany, where I will work with the individual riders, attend training camps and support their race program. My contract is not full …

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  • Athlete Support for 2012/13

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    Over the past few years, certain individual pro/elite athletes have contacted me directly to seek advice and support. These have been usually full time pro athletes or those looking to turn pro that have no official sponsor or funding. I have been able to take …

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