Richard Scrivener is a leading fitness professional

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Richard Scrivener

Richard has extensive experience within the health, fitness and nutrition education and training sector. His love of new knowledge shows in the wide range of areas in which he is educated – sport science, personal training, strength and conditioning, behaviour change, and nutrition, amongst others. Richard currently works as the research and development manager for TRAINFITNESS and is a London-based personal trainer. He is a movement training enthusiast and holds the role of Lead Global Master Instructor for the quadrupedal movement training system, Animal Flow. He teaches regularly in UK, throughout Europe, and Asia Scrivener’s previous experience includes working as a strength and conditioning coach within Rugby Union, Soccer, Judo and Boxing. He is a member of the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) and has written for their fitness publications. Across a 25-year career in the health and fitness industry Rich has taught several thousand students and has helped guide many to become successful fitness professionals in their own right. Rich believes that our knowledge and understanding of what drives better health and performance is always expanding and we must piece together all of the clues from many disciplines, whilst remaining open minded to the fact that what we thought was correct one day may be incorrect the next. Rich is a stalwart believer in “practice what you preach” and subscribes to building health from the ground up for positive and long-lasting results.

Empowering Adolescent Clients
23 Feb, 2024 • Nutrition /

Empowering Adolescent Clients

In the realm of adolescent health and fitness, understanding the pivotal role of dietary habits alongside physical activity is crucial. The study “The Quality of Breakfast and Healthy Diet in School-aged Adolescents and Their Association with BMI, Weight Loss Diets, and the Practice of Physical Activity” sheds light on the…

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Tailoring Weight Loss Programmes for Clients with Obesity
23 Feb, 2024 • Nutrition /

Tailoring Weight Loss Programmes for Clients with Obesity

Obesity is a growing concern worldwide, with significant implications for health and wellbeing. Fitness professionals play a crucial role in supporting clients on their weight loss journey, particularly those with morbid obesity and at high risk of developing diabetes. A recent study sheds light on the effectiveness of different dietary…

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Facilitating Weight Loss Strategies
23 Feb, 2024 • Nutrition /

Facilitating Weight Loss Strategies

As fitness professionals, guiding clients through their weight loss journey requires not just knowledge of exercise and nutrition but also an understanding of the psychological and social barriers they may face. A qualitative study conducted in Northern Sweden provides valuable insights into these challenges and facilitators of weight loss, particularly…

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The Power of Group Exercise to Combat Anxiety
16 Feb, 2024 • Uncategorised /

The Power of Group Exercise to Combat Anxiety

In the bustling life of a college student, where academic pressures and social challenges often collide, anxiety has become a prevalent issue. However, a groundbreaking study titled “Social Networks, Group Exercise, and Anxiety Among College Students” by M. Patterson, L. Gagnon, A. Vukelich, S. E. Brown, Jordan L. Nelon, and…

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Strength and Conditioning Coaching Insights from High Performance Sports
16 Feb, 2024 • Personal Training /

Strength and Conditioning Coaching Insights from High Performance Sports

In the dynamic world of strength and conditioning (S&C), understanding global coaching practices can offer valuable insights into improving athlete performance and coaching methodologies. A recent study titled “Practices of Strength and Conditioning Coaches Across Chinese High-Performance Sports,” authored by Yuming Zhong, Anthony Weldon, C. Bishop, and Yongming Li, provides…

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