Tim McGuire

Tim McGuire

is creating lifestyle change in those with chronic health issues

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Instead of hearing about the latest fad diet or in-vogue exercise, you might like to become a patron to hear about about why ultimately, context matters!

Our metabolism and physiology are affected by the environment in which we live and move. Factors such as temperature, sunlight, magnetic fields, and gravity all modulate the effect of diet and exercise on our bodies.

I'm a sport and exercise scientist with a diverse background.  Research projects in which I have been involved range from studying fundamental skill acquisition in water skills in New Zealand children, transcranial magnetic stimulation therapies in stroke rehabilitation, and dietary intake strategies to mitigate the onset of hyponatraemia in endurance events. 

Currently I am working on a clinical trial in the Department of Surgery (University of Otago) in which we are working to ascertain how many high intensity intermittent training (HiiT) sessions are needed to most effectively increase the fitness of patients before they have major abdominal  surgery at Dunedin Hospital.
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Wading in the shallows
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Waist deep
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Get an email consult where you can email to me each week and ask me anything lifestyle related,


AND ask me questions to be answered on the video Q & A


AND Get access to each month's awesome downloadable guide,

 
AND read my private updates on the latest research in lifestyle, exercise, and nutrition  

Feet off the bottom
$175 or more per month

Get a consult over Skype (comes with pre-screening questionnaire where you get to fill me in on your specifics before the appointment)


AND Get access to each month's awesome downloadable guide


AND You can ask me questions over email and I'll respond (twice a week)


AND Read my science updates

Instead of hearing about the latest fad diet or in-vogue exercise, you might like to become a patron to hear about about why ultimately, context matters!

Our metabolism and physiology are affected by the environment in which we live and move. Factors such as temperature, sunlight, magnetic fields, and gravity all modulate the effect of diet and exercise on our bodies.

I'm a sport and exercise scientist with a diverse background.  Research projects in which I have been involved range from studying fundamental skill acquisition in water skills in New Zealand children, transcranial magnetic stimulation therapies in stroke rehabilitation, and dietary intake strategies to mitigate the onset of hyponatraemia in endurance events. 

Currently I am working on a clinical trial in the Department of Surgery (University of Otago) in which we are working to ascertain how many high intensity intermittent training (HiiT) sessions are needed to most effectively increase the fitness of patients before they have major abdominal  surgery at Dunedin Hospital.

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Toes in the water
$5 or more per month

Get access to my science updates

Wading in the shallows
$12 or more per month

Ask me a question and have it answered on my Q & A video


AND read my private updates on the latest research in lifestyle, exercise, and nutrition

Waist deep
$43 or more per month

Get an email consult where you can email to me each week and ask me anything lifestyle related,


AND ask me questions to be answered on the video Q & A


AND Get access to each month's awesome downloadable guide,

 
AND read my private updates on the latest research in lifestyle, exercise, and nutrition  

Feet off the bottom
$175 or more per month

Get a consult over Skype (comes with pre-screening questionnaire where you get to fill me in on your specifics before the appointment)


AND Get access to each month's awesome downloadable guide


AND You can ask me questions over email and I'll respond (twice a week)


AND Read my science updates