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Daniel Barnett

Nutritionist & Master Trainer
About Me

I always hated sport as a kid, I never did P.E at school, always avoided physical interaction and generally felt incredibly insecure as a child.


My parents put me into gymnastics when I was about 7. I followed through with it, ended up loving it and even competing at some low-level competitions from ages 10-12.


From there I moved into Martial Arts which also pushed me into the gym for conditioning work, I spent the best part of my teenage years training, practising Martial katas and entering competitions for my schools Judo team.


One thing lead to another from here and I got fixed on lifting, I watched countless videos of bodybuilders and how they trained, mostly on YouTube and DVD’s and learnt how to lift properly. From the age of 18 I was gaining muscle fast and my strength was almost freakish.


At this point I decided to start studies for my level 3 PT and by the time I was 19 I was squatting 180kg, deadlifting 220kg and benching 50kg dumbbells.


By 24 I was a qualified Expert level 4 PT, studying for my Level 6 Sports remedial therapist qualification and studying for my Advanced Sports Nutrition and Weight Management qualification.


I used my knowledge to compete in several different shows and federations including BNBF, NAC, UKBFF, WNBF - winning British and National level to Pro and international level.


To date I have competed 9 times now, won 6 and placed 2nd and 3rd in the remaining 3.


I have a huge passion for nutrition and being the best Natural athlete I can as well as helping others become the best they possibly can too.


I work full time as a Prep Coach/Body transformation specialist and Personal Trainer.


Nutrition

Typical daily food intake.



  • On wake up: BCAA, Glutamine, 2000mg Vit C, Multi Vit.

  • 15-20 minutes’ cardio on cross-trainer



  • Meal 1: 50g gluten free oats, 5 organic egg whites, 60g banana, 3g cinnamon, stevia. Blended and cooked into pancake. 20g Homemade cashew and macadamia nut butter or sugar free Nutella added once cooked. 60g Gluten Free Oats, 60g blueberries, 40g banana, cinnamon, sugar free maple flavouring.



  • Meal 2: 110g Tilapia, 300g sweet potato, 75g mixture of veg, 10g coconut oil.



  • Meal 3: 95g Turkey, 100g, basmati and wild rice, 100g mixture of veg, 10g coconut oil.



  • Meal 4: Pre-Workout: 115g Steak, 1 tbsp. tomato puree, 100g wholegrain penne pasta, 20g low sugar ketchup, 20g peas, 10g olive oil.



  • Meal 5: (Part 1. Post Workout) 75g Low Fat Cereal, 1 x 25g EFECTIV Whey or EFECTIV Whey  Isolate mixed with unsweetened almond milk.



  • Meal 5: (Part 2. Post Workout) 45 minutes after part 1. 95g Turkey 300g white potato, 8 asparagus spears and mixed leaf salad.



  • Meal 6: 200g fat free Greek yogurt, 20g 70% dark chocolate, 1 x 25g serving EFECTIV Whey Lemon Cheesecake



  • Before bed: Pro-Vit Sport, ZM Pro, Glutamine, BCAA


Training

Chest and Back Typical Training Day


Warm up:



  • 5 min walk,

  • 3 x 15-20 wide grip chin ups

  • super-set 3 x 15 dips


Wide grip lat pull down



  • Progressive overload: 5 sets: 20, 16, 12, 10, 6 rest pause to fail.


Incline Barbell press



  • Progressive overload: 4 sets:  20, 12, 10 ,8 rest pause to fail plus 1 drop set


Standing cable fly's



  • 3 sets plus one drop set. rep range 15-20


Incline dumbbell press



  • 4 straight sets 10-12 reps


Flat machine press



  • 3 x drop sets to failure each set (minimal rest)


Cool Down



  • 20 minute LISS cardio

  • 10 minutes sauna


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