Mike Israetel Q & A

Mike Israetel Q & A

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Can you please tell us a little bit about yourself? Totally! My name is Mike Israetel and I’m the Head Science Consultant for and Co-Founder of Renaissance Periodization (@rpstrength on IG). I got my PhD in Sport Physiology 4 years ago, and I’ve been a professor for the last 4 years, teaching courses in sports nutrition, strength and conditioning, health behaviour, and everything sport and exercise science related. On the personal front, I’m a competitive bodybuilder and Jiu Jitsu grappler. What aspects of nutrition do you believe people should be prioritising when looking to gain muscle? Eating enough calories is for sure point #1. In order to gain muscle at the best rates, a surplus of 250 to 500 calories a day is very likely to be a necessary feature.…
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Chloe McLeod Q & A

Chloe McLeod Q & A

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Can you please tell us a little bit about yourself? I’ve lived in Sydney for the last five years, but I grew up in South Australia in the country. When I finished university, I decided that I would not stay in Adelaide, which is where I studied, and I got a job in Northeast Victoria working in the local health service there. I stayed there for a couple of years; I’d planned on a year, but I really liked the job and the people, so I stayed longer. And then I moved down to Melbourne for about a year before moving up to Sydney. I’ve always been interested in food and nutrition and how food impacts on the body, and I’ve got food intolerances myself to some degree, which is…
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