Joseph Agu MSc.: “Nutritional Interventions to Maximise Muscle Hypertrophy”
Dr Paul Rimmer: “Metabolic Adaptation to Weight Loss: Is There a Case for Reverse Dieting?”
Date: 14th July 2018, Sheffield Hallam University
Price: £99 for the full day
Time:Dr Paul Rimmer: 9.30am-12pm / Joseph Agu: 1pm-4.30pm
Our next expert speaker is Elite Nutrition Coaching Managing Director and Nutrition Consultant Joseph Agu.
Having built a solid foundation of knowledge with his undergraduate degree in Sport & Exercise Sciences and Masters Degree (distinction) in Sports Nutrition, Josepah has been helping people achieve their goals for almost a decade now.
As a former Performance Nutritionist for the English Institute of Sport (EIS) and British Athletics, Joseph has provided world-leading nutritional support to Britain’s best track and field athletes, helping many of them win medal at international competitions.
Joseph has a strong reputation for his phenomenal knowledge and sought after expertise on nutrition practices, having delivered at seminars including the revered Epic Fitness Summit among other experts such as Dr Brad Schoenfeld and Dr Alan Aragon in 2015.
When it comes to nutrition strategies for muscle growth, Joseph will be covering everything you need to know to optimize hypertrophy and improve the way you fuel your body to maximise performance.
We’ve also got TRA Performance Education Co-Director delivering one of his brilliant seminars on “Metabolic Adaptation to Weight Loss: Is There a Need to Reverse Diet?”
Paul is a BSc., MSC., PhD sports scientist and nutrition coach who heads up the TRA nutrition mentorship program as well as his own performance lab.
He has years of experience as a physique athlete coach, having coached a number of successful competitor across a range of disciplines. He is also a competitive bodybuilder himself.
Not only does he excel in nutrition and metabolism but also has a strong background in both functional and clinical measures of strength and performance.
He has developed a passion for nutrition and human metabolism and centres many of his research and practical projects around these subjects. This includes undertaking research into metabolic adaptation with his own athletes as part of his coaching services.