Romain Denis - Exercise Physiologist (Sport Scientist) and Coach
BSc. and MSc. (Research) in Sport and Exercise Sciences from Montpellier University and MPhil from Brunel University, U.K.
Bridging the gap between theory and practice.
Whatever you are, beginner, competitive, weekend warrior, elite or non-exerciser, my services and advice as Exercise Physiologist will assist you in reaching your goals and better structuring your training.
My field experience and evidence-based approach will help you to better understand how the body works during exercise as well as how different training methods affect your performance.
Together, we will determine the type of training that best suits you and, if needed, we will implement lifestyle and nutritional changes so you can reach your goals and be the best you can be.
Training camps are also available. All levels are welcome, including beginners. Don't wait, book a week or weekend and get all the support you need to achieve your goals!
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You are a runner or cyclist and your performance plateaus? You would like to run or cycle up Le Mont Ventoux or L'Alpe d'Huez or Le Galibier? You are training for a running race or dreaming to improve your performance by 1-2% but not sure about what to do?
Training plans - Tests
Online support, training advice, plans and more! Here: Training plans - Tests
Human evolution has led us to adopt a sedentary lifestyle. The benefits of regular physical activity have been investigated and proven by numerous studies. Physical activity provides a feeling of well-being, improves health in a number of ways, including brain health.
Little or not active but willing to exercise and improve your fitness? Difficult times, feeling down? Become a regular exerciser, you will be filled with energy! Training plans - Tests will definitely help you.
View Latest Articles on my Blog
Iron deficiency and aerobic endurance performance in a female club runner (Denis, R. & Conway, J., Science & Sports, 2018).
Nitric Oxide (NO) is a molecule playing a major role in performance and health...