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Tom Fitzgerald

Nutritionist & Exercise Scientist

 
 

Tom Fitzgerald is a Nutritionist & Exercise Scientist specialising in body recomposition for general population clients. He has over five years experience coaching clients remotely and in private facilities.

Tom founded Integrated Fitness & Nutrition in 2014, which has since gone on to provide online coaching, personal training and consulting services to private clients and organisations based in Canberra and across Australia. The business grew from just Tom in a 35m2 training facility to a 400m2 facility with two expert coaches.

Tom is an avid writer and has written 400+ articles about training and nutrition for body recomposition. He has been featured in and advised publications including Women’s Health & Fitness, Business Insider and Oxygen Magazine Australia.

Tom is currently based in Kingscliff, New South Wales and works with clients remotely.

 

Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Sports Coaching & Exercise Science - University of Canberra, 2013

  • Bachelor of Human Nutrition - University of Canberra, 2013

  • Certified Sports Nutritionist - International Society of Sports Nutrition (CISSN), 2017

  • Graduate - Advanced Coaching Academy, 2018

 

Experience

  • Nutritionist & Exercise Scientist - Integrated Fitness & Nutrition, 2014 - present

  • Personal Trainer - Integrated Fitness & Nutrition, 2015 - 2017

  • Sessional Academic - University of Canberra, 2018 - present

 

Organisations

  • Anytime Fitness Canberra

  • Surfing Australia - High Performance Centre

  • PB Fit Strength & Development Centre

  • Women’s Health & Fitness Magazine

  • Telstra Business Centre Canberra City

  • Capital Chemist Group

  • Soldier On

 

Interests

  • Body recomposition strategies for general population clients

  • Performance nutrition and body recomposition for individual-sport athletes

  • Application of data analytics and technology for wellness and preventative health coaching in large organisations

 

Hobbies

  • Keeping fit through resistance training, running and swimming

  • Learning to surf on a nine-foot soft board

  • Reading for ten minutes and then falling asleep