Episode 16: Daniel Davey Senior Performance Nutritionist with Leinster Rugby and Dublin Footballers
In episode 16 of the For Fit Sake podcast, Rudd’s and Rory talk all things nutrition with Leinster rugby and Dublin football’s Senior Performance Nutritionist Daniel Davey. Daniel knows what it takes to play at the highest level having represented Sligo at Senior inter-county level, as well as winning an All-Ireland title with Ballyboden St.Enda’s in 2016.
In Episode 001 of For Fit Sake Rory and Rudds talk about how there is no 'perfect' time to start. They share their stories about how they took their friendship and formed a successful business partnership based on shared beliefs and mutual respect.
See who wins the first ever 'Fitness Forfeit' when Rory & Rudds take on the rest of Team FFS in a Mr & Mrs style shootout.
Rory McInerney and Ciaran Ruddock are the founders of FFS Gyms and co-hosts of For Fit Sake. They opened their first gym when they were 24 and 23 respectively. They now have 2 locations and a physical / online business that interacts with almost 1000 clients monthly.
If you are the kind of person that wants to become the strongest version of themselves then this podcast is for you.
Rory and Ciaran believe that strength is the ability to overcome resistance in...
You didn’t really need that extra round of drinks or the “go large” option for an extra 75 cents did you?
“No, but isn’t that what Christmas is all about? Letting your hair down, relaxing with family and friends; to eat, drink and be merry?. Anyway, January 1st is just around the corner and this is my time for fresh start”
Does this sound like you? My bet is, it does if you are one of the masses who finds themselves feeling sluggish and fed up with their current...
Many people I train come to me to help them lose body fat and improve their body composition. Through my education and professional experience I have learned a huge amount on the subject but until just over a year ago, I didn’t have first hand experience of training to lose body fat as the primary goal. Up until last year my primary reasons for training would have been to improve my physical strength, capacity, prepare for sports or for the pure enjoyment.
We are not wholeheartedly to blame for this, however, it is not completely beyond our control.
For millennia, our bodies, by design, have sought to expend as little energy as possible and remain in a relatively constant or stable state of energy expenditure in an effort to preserve life (also, our ancestors were a LOT more active)