In episode 41, James Morehen, Nutritionist at the English FA, and Morehen Performance, joins us.
Specifically James will be looking at:
- Importance of nutrition for fighters
- Macronutrient recommendations
- Making weight
- Case study
"Dr James Morehen is a Performance Nutritionist who currently works with professional elite level athletes. Alongside this, James is passionate about supporting individual athletes and clients with their own nutrition, exercise and performance goals.
James has spent 9 years in higher education obtaining a BSc in Sport Science, MSc in Sports Physiology and PhD in Sports Nutrition all from the very well respected Research Institute of Sport and Exercise Sciences from Liverpool John Moores University.
James, has enjoyed over 6 years working in elite level sport with amateur to international and Olympic level athletes and corporate clients from the following:
James is registered with the Sport and Exercise Nutrition Register and is highly trained and experienced in body composition assessment and manipulation, individual nutrition and performance plans and health and wellness having completed this for 4 years during his PhD studies."
Instagram: @morehenperformance @james_morehen
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