IN THE MEDIA
Tom’s reputation as an expert Exercise Physiologist and his success with his clients has led to television appearances and contributing for several well-known publications including Men's Health, BBC Focus Magazine and The Sunday Times on behalf of The Centre for Health and Human Performance (CHHP).
Below are some of the articles that Tom has written or featured in, which are all on behalf of The Centre for Health and Human Performance (CHHP). Please be aware that the links to the full articles may take you to an external website.
THE SUNDAY TIMES MAGAZINE
Tom's methods help to achieve significant improvements in health and fitness through a sustainable exercise programme alongside nutritional guidance from Toral Shah (The Urban Kitchen).
MEN'S HEALTH MAGAZINE
MH LAB SMART SCALES REVIEW
Reviewing smart scales for Men's Health magazine, measuring their performance against the InBody bio-electrical impedance monitor at the Centre for Health and Human Performance (CHHP) with Jim Pate.
BBC FOCUS MAGAZINE
THE NEW SCIENCE OF EXERCISE
The New Science of Exercise - Tom's interview with Jamie Millar is featured within the article, which looks at the science behind HIIT (high-intensity interval training).
ESSENTIAL JOURNEYS ADVENTURE CHALLENGE SERIES
LONDON TO PARIS BY BIKE IN 24 HOURS
Tom's first article in his Adventure Challenge series for online magazine Essential Journeys. Tom advises how to train for, and complete, the London to Paris by bike in 24 hours challenge.
BENEFITS OF EXERCISE FOR CANCER PATIENTS
Tom speaks with Athletics Weekly about the benefits of exercise for cancer patients from helping to combat the side-effects of treatment to the suggested reduced risk of mortality and recurrence.
MY HYDE FITNESS:
OPTIMISE YOUR TRAINING
Tom suggests some ways to optimise the effectiveness of your Training. He looks at how factors such as dehydration, supplements and diet can affect your overall fitness performance.
HEALTH & FITNESS MAGAZINE:
WHAT IS VO2MAX?
Tom briefly explains what is meant by the physiological term VO2max.