Knowledge Library

We understand that in today's word there is a always a vast amount of information being thrown at you.

Here at ROAM we try to cut through the noise and only give you what you need whilst sticking to the important stuff.

You will find our Knowledge Library broken into 4 spaces: FUEL, TRAIN, THINK & REST.


Straight forward guidance for a healthier you - Learn how to fuel your body with honest, no-nonsense information that give you the tools to feel and perform at your best.


Take your training to the next level and maximize your potential - No frills, no nonsense, just essential guidance to help you reach your fitness & movement goals.


Practical insights to help you harness your mind's potential - Focusing on improving your cognitive fitness, helping you think faster, clearer and focus for longer.


Straight forward advice on how to recharge and optimize your body's resilience - We sleep on average 1/3 of our lives & we spend more time recovering from training than actually training. So it makes sense to get our rest and recovery on point.

Quick Knowledge

How important is protein?

Protein is crucial for the human body as it serves as a fundamental building block for tissues, muscles, and organs. Additionally, proteins act as enzymes, support the immune system, and play a role in various essential functions such as hormonal regulation and cellular signaling. Ensuring an adequate protein intake is vital for overall health and well-being.

how much protein do i need to consume?

The Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA) for protein is a modest 0.8 grams of protein per kilogram of body weight but if your living an active lifestyle and/or training too, you should be aiming more for 1-1.2g per kg of body weight.

What are the best sources of protein?

Grass-fed beef is an excellent source of protein due to it being packed with other essential nutrients, good quality chicken, turkey & fish are also excellent sources. Other great sources include eggs, greek yogurt & cottage cheese.