Mark Cortnage

Is a Senior Lecturer in Public Health at Anglia Ruskin University. He holds an MSc in International Public Health Nutrition and a BSc (Hons) in Human Nutrition. He also holds a PGCert in Higher Education and a National certificate in Sports Studies and is a qualified personal trainer.

Mark’s interests:
Building relationships with food
Diets
Motivating people to eat better

Specialisation:
Leadership (transformational)
Community development
Engaging hard to reach groups
Long term treatment for overweight and obesity
Exercise
Public health nutrition
Community of practice (groups / social cohesion to address aims)
Masculinity

He developed a specialist food programme (football and nutrition for men) that has no calorie counting, calorie deficit or portion control. 4 years of research has proven long term weight loss and maintenance is possible.

He will finish his PhD in 2019.

Steve Morgan

Steve has been a professional coach for over 20 years, firstly specialising in Football. He gained his UEFA’B’ / FA Level 3 at the age of 21 after a career ending injury and lived in USA for the first 8 years of his coaching career.

Steve progressed on to Primary and Secondary school National Curriculum based sports coaching, creating a business that assists in the development, wellbeing and physical activity to over 2000 children per week in London and surrounding counties.
 
Steve’s skills are in leadership and engagement. He has played a pivotal role in STT, developing male engagement, motivation and self-efficacy.

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