Mr. Neil Elbourne PgDip, BSc (Hons)

Sport and Exercise Science
Neil Elbourne

Credentials: Diploma/Degree

Institution: Edinburgh Napier University

Certification: BSc (Hons)

Certification Year: 2006

Institution: University of Edinburgh

Graduated: 2007

In practice since: 2008

I am a Fitness & Nutrition Coach, and owner of Neil Elbourne Fitness & Nutrition Coaching and Dietary Coach.

Firstly, my Fitness Coaching is based in Edinburgh. I specialise in strength training. I believe strength training to be the best all-round exercise there is, with many health benefits. I also provide online coaching in fitness and nutrition, to check out my services visit http://www.neilelbournefitnessandnutrition.com and my blog at neilelbournefnc.wordpress.com

Secondly, I also providing online nutrition coaching through Dietary Coach. DietaryCoach specialises (although not exclusively) in fat loss for men and offers 1-on-1 bespoke nutrition coaching that will improve your health, self-confidence and vitality. Dieting does not need to be an extended period of unnecessary suffering and eating boring food. I show you how to lose fat healthily and provide a sustainable method of maintaining your fat loss in the long term. All my coaching and plans are individualised and bespoke. No fads or boring shake plans, but healthy eating based on real foods, that are both easy to adhere to and sustainable in the long-term.

For more information visit my website http://www.neilelbournefitnessandnutrition.com/

Neil Elbourne Fitness and Nutrition Coaching
http://www.neilelbournefitnessandnutrition.com/
Articles Neil has Published
Supplements and Celebrities
Supplements and Celebrities

I am increasingly drawn to the conclusion that the main purpose of celebrity these days is to sell or promote consumer goods to us. Not a day goes by without some new advertising campaign kicking off, »

I am increasingly drawn to the conclusion that the main purpose of celebrity these days is to sell or promote consumer goods to us. Not a day goes by without some new advertising campaign kicking off, and some bright and bushy tailed celebrity trying to convince us that our lives will not be fulfilled unless we buy this or that 'amazing' product. The fitness industry is certainly not immune to this..

Mr. Neil Elbourne · April 21st, 2017

Mr. Neil Elbourne · April 21st, 2017

Muscle Building Supplements - What’s Effective and What’s
Muscle Building Supplements - What’s Effective and What’s Not

The supplement industry is a multi-million pound industryand provides a huge array of products, which usually purport to provide some sort of health or fitness benefit. However, as it is an unregulated »

The supplement industry is a multi-million pound industryand provides a huge array of products, which usually purport to provide some sort of health or fitness benefit. However, as it is an unregulated industry many companies make false or exaggerated claims for their products or have substances in them that although they have scientific evidence backing their efficacy, may not have a large enough..

Mr. Neil Elbourne · September 6th, 2016

Mr. Neil Elbourne · September 6th, 2016

Vitamin and Mineral Supplements - Do You Need
Vitamin and Mineral Supplements - Do You Need Them?

The supplement industry is a multi-million pound industry and provides a huge array of products, which usually purport to provide some sort of health or fitness benefit. However, as it is an unregulated »

The supplement industry is a multi-million pound industry and provides a huge array of products, which usually purport to provide some sort of health or fitness benefit. However, as it is an unregulated industry many companies make false or exaggerated claims for their products or have substances in them that although they have scientific evidence backing their efficacy, may not have a large enough..

Mr. Neil Elbourne · August 25th, 2016

Mr. Neil Elbourne · August 25th, 2016

Why You Should Train Your Legs
Why You Should Train Your Legs

I have had the experience of observing many people training in gyms over the years. A common trend I see in many gym goers is doing minimal leg work or even worse none at all. The most ridiculous manifestation »

I have had the experience of observing many people training in gyms over the years. A common trend I see in many gym goers is doing minimal leg work or even worse none at all. The most ridiculous manifestation of this phenomenon is the guys who look like this. There are many reasons that men and women avoid leg training. For some people it is a fear of squats and deadlifts (and all their variants),..

Mr. Neil Elbourne · July 29th, 2016

Mr. Neil Elbourne · July 29th, 2016