My mission is to bring scientific insights to fitness enthusiasts, to make sure their hard work in the gym actually pays off.
Every scientific insight, be it the results of an experiment, or a discussion of past research, acts as a piece of a puzzle. The puzzle that has practical value for your journey to fitness success. However, I want to make sure this puzzle’s information is understandable and digestible.
In other words, I aim to bridge the gap between dull science and practical application. One of the ways I hope to achieve this is by using many visuals and infographics in my articles, because it’s such a powerful way to communicate science.
Why this focus on women’s fitness?
There is a shift happening in research. This shift acknowledges that women are physiologically – especially hormonally – very different from men (of course, this is common knowledge). But because of this, other principles apply to their training and nutrition. By uncovering these principles, I hope to help you attain your fitness goals.
I have a BSc degree in Kinesiology (Human Movement Sciences) and hold a NASM PT certificate. However, I don’t want to stress these too much. I would like my articles and results to speak for my credibility.
Finally, I’m proud to be part of the Bayesian Bodybuilding team. We provide data-driven, evidence-based information on fitness. We also have a Bayesian PT-course. Check us out here: http://bayesianbodybuilding.com/
Glad to have you on board,