“I’ve learned more about nutrition in just this short amount of time than my last two years in Medical School.”
“My confidence is so much higher taking stands on certain positions with this ammunition in my back pocket.”
How much time is focusing on the non-sense of nutrition costing you and your clients?
Upon the completion of this course you will be able to discuss these topics concisely with your clients with tools, scripts, and role-plays you can use immediately.
Seventeen fully referenced modules combined with case study based learning that help demystify the complexity of nutrition.
You will learn:
Is Low Carb Better?
Will Fat Make Me Fat?
How Much Protein Do I Need?
What Should I Eat Around Training?
Are Self-Monitoring and Dietary Restraint
Good or Bad?
How Do I Effectively Talk About This With Clients?
Advanced Blood Chemistry for Athletes
You know Blood Chemistry is important, but what variables are relevant? How much and for who?
Advanced Blood Chemistry for Athletes was specifically designed to give a coach the capabilities needed to answer these questions.
Nine fully referenced DEEP dive Modules and 10 Case Studies highlight the ins and outs of Blood Chemistry and what it can and can’t tell you.
You will learn:
The Objective Markers of Metabolic Health and How To Get There.
How Diet and Exercise Affect Common Blood Chemistry Values.
What Hormones Matter For Who and How Much?
What Modalities Really Improve Gut Health?
Meet the Instructors
Doctors With Decades of Experience Helping You Understand Nutrition and Health So You Can Focus On What Really Matters.
Tommy Wood MD, PhD
He has an undergraduate degree in biochemistry from the University of Cambridge, a medical degree from the University of Oxford, and a PhD in physiology and neuroscience from the University of Oslo.
Tommy is a Research Assistant Professor at the University of Washington, a Research Scientist at the Institute for Human and Machine cognition, and is on the scientific advisory board of Hintsa Performance.
Ben House PhD, CISSN
He finished his Ph.D. and a multi-year metabolic health study within the Nutritional Sciences Department at UT-Austin in 2016.
House has numerous publications in peer-reviewed scientific journals and has presented his work at multiple international conferences.
Ben is currently lifting, researching, and teaching for Bro Research and also works as the Director of Health and Performance for Kollective.
Ryan L’Ecuyer LMT, CISSN
With over 15 years personally in the trenches and 15,000+ hours of coaching experience,
Coach L’Ecuyer uses the knowledge gained to continually push the physiological limits of the human organism.
In 2014, Ryan achieved professional status as a life-time, drug-free bodybuilder and competes in powerlifting with a 1,537lb PR total. He also enjoys Ska and can still do a kick flip.