Dr Ian GillamA leading Exercise Physiologist and Nutritionist with over 20 years experience, Ian provides a wide range of exercise and nutrition services for individuals with chronic disease. Ian has a unique expertise in the exercise and nutritional management of athletes with fatigue and overtraining-related health problems. Formerly the Sports Nutritionist/Sports Scientist for the Melbourne Football Club, and currently Sports Nutritionist for Tennis Australia, Ian treats a number of athletes from an extensive range of different competitive sports. Over the past decade Ian has lectured at RMIT and Swinburne Universities, and the Australian College of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine.

Blog entries by Ian Gillam

  • Resistance training program guidelines

    Below is a guideline to help you with your resistance training program

     

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  • How to start your strength training program

    Muscle strength is an important asset for health and independence as we get older

    Resistance training offers a very important way of maintaining, and even improving our muscle mass and st..Read more

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    A leading Exercise Physiologist and Nutritionist with over 20 years experience, Ian provides a wide range of exercise and nutrition services and has a unique expertise in the exercise and nutritional management of athletes with fatigue and overtraining-related problems.

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