Although you may think that training to improve your body shape is enough, you’ll find that a balanced regimen of healthy food will really take your results to the next level. The best way to achieve your personal training goals is to nourish yourself from the inside out with the vitamins and minerals your body needs to look and perform at its best.
Hayley is an Accredited Practicing Dietitian who is setting a new trend in the application of evidence-based nutrition to achieve optimal results for body composition, metabolism, health and performance. Her work in the bodybuilding and fitness industry has inspire continual research and development, and had led her to develop a solid scientific basis for achieving the best results, health and performance during competition preparation or any other body recomposition program. Bro-science has been placed under scrutiny where only the truth will emerge victorious! #notjustchickenandbroccoli
EnhanceHQ are partnered with Cam McDonald, who is trained in both Exercise Physiology and Dietetics and Nutrition in Sydney and the Gold Coast respectively. He has completed his PhD research at the University of QLD that focussed on optimising body composition through the combination of specific nutrients and exercise for breast cancer survivors.
His interests in how exercise and nutrition affect the brain and work performance have been translated into fun, practical and effective presentations for organisations and/or individuals looking to get the edge that comes from a few simple daily lifestyle tactics. A must for the corporate or sales brain!
Cam leads a team of private practice and Sports Accredited Dietitians in Brisbane. As a dietitian and exercise physiologist, he runs team and individual exercise and nutrition sessions, and constantly scours the latest research to enhance his practice, and his clients’ results.
He has lectured and tutored budding exercise physiologists and dietitians domestically, is a regular presenter at FILEX and WAFIC, and has travelled domestically and internationally to collaborate on research programs and to present his own research findings.