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GEORGE SIOPIS

GEORGE SIOPIS

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MORE ABOUT GEORGE


George is a qualified Clinical Dietitian, Sports Nutritionist, Molecular Biologist, Neuroscientist and Australian Powerlifting record holder. He has worked with a range of clients, from the recreational gym user to elite level athletes. He is known for setting clear goals with the clients and for delivering best results. His athletes have been invited to represent their countries at international level and have broken numerous national records in their disciplines. His clinical experience spans conditions including metabolic disorders, diabetes and heart disease.

George has a deep understanding of how the human body works. In 2012 he founded NutriGenius®, a leading Nutrition consulting company, providing consulting services in regards to leading a healthy lifestyle. He is a decorated academic having received several prizes and scholarships including the Inaugural Miltenyi Biotec scholarship in 2009 and the GlaxoSmithKline Foundation’s prize in 2007. He is a published scientist, having published in prestigious international scientific journals such as the Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics and has been invited to present in conferences in the United States and Europe.

His passion for sports was established very early, and led him gain several medals in both individual and team sports. George embraced the sport of Greco-Roman wrestling at the age of 7. He represented Greece in the Mediterranean Games and has won several medals for his home country. Soon after coming to Australia he was introduced to Powerlifting. Within five months of competing in this sport he managed to set eleven national records in Australia. In November 2014 George was invited to represent Australia at the GPA World Powerlifting Championship, where he won a gold medal in his weight class as well as the overall gold for the Raw Submasters’ division. He has also completed the mandatory military service in Greece, serving in the Special Forces Unit (Rank: Commando).

George throughout his life has been an overachiever and an outperformer. He believes that with a systematic approach everyone can achieve their goals.

QUALIFICATIONS


  • Bachelor of Molecular Biology
  • Bachelor of Biochemistry
  • Honours in Neuroscience
  • Master in Nutrition and Dietetics
  • Accredited Practicing Dietitian
  • Accredited Sports Nutritionist
  • Lifeguard Instructor
  • Greek Special Forces Alumni, Rank: Commando
  • UNSW International Postgraduate Research Scholar
  • Inaugural Miltenyi Biotec Scholar
  • Medical Research Council Scholar
  • GlaxoSmithKline Prize for Best Biochemistry Project in UK
  • Gorton Hartman Award for Written Exposition

SPECIALISATIONS


  • Nutrition regimes for fat-loss & muscle-gain
  • Sports Nutrition for performance sports
  • Energy and hydration loading protocols
  • Sports-specific Strength Training
  • Powerlifting Training and comp preparation
  • Strength Training for combat sports
  • Preparation for the Army, Navy and Airforce Physical Fitness Test

COMPETITIVE EXPERIENCE


  • World Champion Powerlifter (2014) in under 90kg and Overall Submasters divisions
  • Current Holder of 11 Australian Records in Powerlifting
  • Junior Silver Medalist in Greco-Roman Wrestling at the 1996 Mediterranean Games
  • Junior National Greco-Roman Wrestling Champion in the under 74kg class (1995)
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