The Colour-Fit Method

The Colour-Fit Method

The secret nutrition and fitness plan used by elite athletes that will transform your body shape, energy and health

Dr Tom Little


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'Colour-Fit is an amazing resource that helped me realise one of sports greatest achievements'
Wes Morgan, Captain of Leicester City Premier League winning team

The Colour-Fit Method has only been available to those in professional sport - a secret weapon for athletes to optimise body shape, health and performance. Now, Colour-Fit's founder Dr Tom Little lets you in on the secret, too.

The Colour-Fit Method is a revolutionary approach to nutrition and fitness. With over 120 recipes and meal plans, and multiple tailored training and nutrition plans to suit a range of goals, the simple, sustainable and evidence-based method outlined in The Colour-Fit Method will help you to look and feel better, perform at your best and lead a healthier and more active life.

Dr Tom Little is a performance and health specialist with over twenty years' professional experience. His Colour-Fit method has rapidly become a revolutionising force in elite sport, having been used by many of the world's best-loved teams, including Manchester City, Arsenal, Chelsea, St Helens, Welsh Rugby Union, Saracens, Melbourne Demons, Sri Lankan Cricket and Manchester United, in addition to multiple motor sport, triathlon and combat athlete champions.

'Colour-Fit is one of the best methods I've seen in years'
Tony Strudwick, Head of Performance, Arsenal Academy and Welsh FA


Dr Tom Little:

Dr Tom Little is a performance and nutrition specialist with over twenty years' experience in professional sport. He has worked at football clubs at Premier League and EFL Championship levels, including Manchester City, Nottingham Forest, Burnley and Sheffield Wednesday. A finalist for the the 'Fabrice Muamba Award for Outstanding Services to Football Medicine and Science', he has also worked with athletes and governing bodies at international level in rugby, cricket, endurance and combat sports, and consulted to the Football Association's Sport Science Advisory Group and to Nike Elite Trainers. Tom is currently Head of Sport Science at EFL Championship club Preston North End, where he oversees all aspects of player preparation for optimal performance and health, including their physical training, recording and optimising a player's health metrics, and planning all on and offsite player nutrition.

Tom has a BSc and MSc in Sports Science and Nutrition, and gained his PhD in the Physiology of Professional Football Training from Manchester Metropolitan University. He is a registered sport and exercise nutritionist (SENr) by The British Dietetic Association and an accredited strength and conditioning coach (ASCS) by the UK Strength and Conditioning Association. His peer-reviewed academic papers have been published on subjects including physical conditioning, exercise intensity and stretching protocols, and he regularly speaks at national and international conferences. He also hosts the 'Colour-Fit Chat' podcast, covering all aspects of nutrition and fitness.