Christopher Kelly is a professional mountain biker and founder of Nourish Balance Thrive, a bio-hacking solution for athletes who can't seem to reach their dream level of well-being. Chris is a man on a mission to help you regain your peak perform...
Christopher Kelly is a professional mountain biker and founder of Nourish Balance Thrive, a bio-hacking solution for athletes who can't seem to reach their dream level of well-being. Chris is a man on a mission to help you regain your peak performance by doing what works for you.
Find out more about Christopher Kelly and Nourish Balance Thrive at the NBT website | https://nourishbalancethrive.com
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Hailing from England, I graduated in 2000 with a first-class degree in Computer Science from Southampton University. From there I went on work for Yahoo! in London, and in 2003 they were kind enough to offer me the opportunity to move to San Francisco. I now work as a software engineer for a quantitative hedge fund.