In the 90th episode of the Historic Performance Podcast, I interview Dr. Scott Robinson. Dr. Robinson is an Exercise Physiologist and Performance Nutritionist at Guru Performance.
Dr. Robinson holds a Doctorate in Exercise Metabolism from the University of Birmingham. He is a registered Sport and Exercise Nutritionist (UK SENr High Performance), a Certified Sports Nutritionist (CISSN) and a Certified Anthropometrist (ISAK). He has spoken on the international circuit at various sport and exercise nutrition conferences and has authored numerous academic papers that have been published in internationally-recognized peer reviewed journals.
In this episode, Dr. Robinson discusses fat metabolism, high performance nutrition, sport supplements, and thoughts regarding training with a reduced carbohydrate availability for intermittent sport athletes.
Overview of Podcast Episode
Here is a brief outline of what we covered in the show -
- Dr. Robinson's PhD Research
- Evidence for and against training with reduced carbohydrate availability for elite intermittent sport athletes
- The efficacy of "fat-adaptation" and ketogenic diets for intermittent sports
- Sport supplements - When to use and which he recommends for the average athlete
- Advice for upcoming sport nutritionists
- How to contact?
Connect with Dr. Robinson
E-mail: Dr. Scott Robinson
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