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Introducing Dr. Andy Galpin, Health Insights for our Community in Singapore and Beyond.

Updated: Apr 17

Dr Andy Galpin Singapore

With the internet providing access to so many health experts and talking heads, we often get asked ‘who can be trusted, to watch or follow online, even to enjoy?’ The answer is not always obvious, as those in the media spotlight have their own area of expertise, biases, even their own unique style of presentation.


Whether you are part of our Singapore or global community, in this series of posts we present some of the key online health leaders whose media channels we enjoy.

Meet Dr. Andy Galpin. Scientist and physical trainer to the elite.

A small disclaimer, we do not necessarily endorse or agree everything that our featured personalities nor their guests might say, but we do enjoy the general direction that they take. Please talk to your doctor, or medical practitioner most familiar with your medical history, before implementing any changes in diet, exercise or lifestyle, especially if you are under treatment.


Want to build up your strength and fitness, or already working on it? Prioritising your own self-care is the vital first step to improving your health and long-term wellbeing. Wherever you are in your journey to health, at The Whole Health Practice we work with you, to turn knowledge and intent into targeted and effective action.


Stay Healthy,


Alastair

 

Dr. Andy Galpin PhD / Perform


Andy Galpin holds a tenured full Professorship at California State University, Fullerton, where he serves as Co-Director of the Center for Sport Performance and Founder/Director of the Biochemistry and Molecular Exercise Physiology Laboratory (BMEP Lab). At the BMEP Lab, research delves into the nuanced responses and adaptations of human skeletal muscle to various forms of exercise, scrutinising effects from the macroscopic level down to individual DNA strands.


As a Human Performance scientist with a PhD. in Human Bioenergetics, Dr. Galpin boasts a repertoire of over 100 peer-reviewed publications and presentations. His expertise has been sought after by elite athletes spanning various sports realms, including UFC, MLB, NBA, PGA, NFL, Olympics and military/Special Forces, among others.


Additionally, Dr. Galpin co-founded several ventures, including Absolute Rest, BioMolecular Athlete, Vitality Blueprint, and RAPID Health & Performance, underscoring his commitment to advancing human performance.



Click on image below to go to Dr Galpin's YouTube channel. Scroll down further to see him in interview with Peter Attia MD.


Dr Andy Galpin Singapore

The interview below focuses on strength training for the typical (untrained), middle aged person. If you need female focused exercise advice, meet Dr. Stacy Sims.


 
Andy Galpin Singapore

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Contact us to arrange an introductory call, to discuss how we can support your journey to health. We are based in Singapore and work with clients globally.


Take the first step. Book a Whole Health Consult to assess, identify and prioritise key factors (known and unknown) that affect your health. And receive personalised recommendations on how to address them.


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Recommended Introductions


If you want to learn more about strength training then you might find Dr Layne Norton, Dr Mike Isreatel or Brad Shoenfeld PhD to be of interest.


For female specific exercise and physiology, meet Dr Stacy Sims.


Interested in plant-based health and performance? Then meet Simon Hill MSc BSc


For functional fitness and mobility, we recommend meeting Adam Sinicki and Ryan Hurst

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