A graduate of Oxford University in the area of Science and Medicine of Athletic Performance, Ben has worked on numerous doctoral research projects at the British Olympic Medical Institute, Brunel University, and worked with the Oxford Neutraceuticals Group. His specialties include training through modes of endurance exercise that focus specifically on individual energy systems, isometric resistance training, carbohydrate oxidation, and metabolic laboratory analysis. Ben has trained hundreds of athletes who have participated in sports ranging from motocross to ultra-running.
While at Oxford, Ben rode for the Oxford University Cycling Team, won the British Central Division Championship Race, and earned a Silver Medal in the British Universities Sports Association (BUSA) Team Time Trial. Ben was also a member of Exeter College 1st VIIIs rowing team which participated in the Oxford Summer VIIIs Regatta and won top honors at the Burway Regatta in 2005.
Ben has a refined belief that the most efficient method for weight loss and training lies in a profound understanding of the specific energy systems that fuel our bodies throughout the day and during all manner of activities. This, combined with the assertion that nutrition is the true foundation of physiological recovery and adaptation, delivers lasting wellness and lifestyle changes.