✔️ Whether you wish to enhance your performance or simply tweak so you are maximising your training potential or for sometime have experienced a lack of satisfying results. I can be of service to you. ✔️ A discussion as I would like to hear what changes you would like to tackle or improve to enhance your results ✔️(This can be done in Email too, and questions please just email and ask? email@example.com) Which will then lead into your 'Sport's Package'
And questions please just email and ask? firstname.lastname@example.org
"Pills, powders, and gels cannot replicate the complex matrix of nutrients and phytochemicals provided by natural food. Sports nutrition plays a crucial part in maintaining and enhancing an athlete’s performance. The food we eat impacts on our strength, training, performance and recovery.
Allow me to walk you through your 'Sport's Package!
"The Major role of the daily diet is to supply athletes with fuel and nutrients needed to optimise the adaptions achieved during training and to recover quickly between workouts"
We begin with a detailed online questionnaire that covers your physical traits, personality characteristics and diet-related habits – to identify the type of person you are, how you function right now and which foods and nutrients you need to achieve balance.
I’ll prepare your report along with a personalised nutrition and supplementation plan. This tailored plan will give you the optimal balance of calories and nutrients. Rich in flavour with 200-300 foods to choose from.
We will arrange a 60 minute results and recommendations consultation to discuss your goals and kick you off. All the information is contained in easy to consume recommendations sent to you. You will receive a weekly food symptom diary to improve body awareness to changes in diet and personalise macronutrient levels at each meal. This can also include blood sugar monitoring for higher level guidance.
You’ll receive two follow up coaching calls to problem solve and build momentum. Together we can fine-tune this program further and ensure you look and feel great by the end of 30 days.
“As a female, you wouldn’t dream of walking into a department store and buying an outfit in the men’s department. The same holds true when you compare it to the nutritional needs of male and female athletes.” Nutrition, apparel, and assessing the physiological differences between men and women is the same way.
There is universal scientific consensus that diet affects health, performance and recovery. A well planned eating strategy will support any training programme, whether you are training for fitness or competition, promote efficient recovery between workouts., reduce the risk of illness or over training, and help you to achieve your potential...
You can see this in the range of healthy body fat percentages between the sexes. Even if a woman is at a super lean 17% body fat percentage, for example, the male equivalent would be about 9%. I know! It hardly seems fair. Because of this, even active women need fewer calories total, and the type of calories we ingest may differ in some cases based on our individual health.
Many The energy requirements of many different athletes are influenced by their: body size; growth; pursuit of weight loss; or gain, or most important, the energy cost of their training load, ( frequency, duration and intensity of their training session,
Those magic years of puberty are what begin to truly distinguish the differences between males and females. Up until that point, our bodies are fairly the same, with women progressing even faster than men in some cases. But, because of the increased levels differences of hormones, i.e. testosterone in men after puberty - then guys genetically tend to have larger muscle mass (larger muscle fibers) and a lower body fat percentage. Men also genetically have a higher VO2 max. Blame it on the oestrogen if you must.
It is clear that when it comes to optimal performance 2once size does not fit all!" Athletes should follow a personalised nutrition and hydration plan that takes into account the specific physiological demands for that event, their training and performance goals, practical considerations, food preferences and individual circumstances.
There is universal scientific consensus that diet affects health, performance, and recovery. A well planned eating strategy will support any training programme, whether you are training for fitness or competition, promote efficient recovery between workouts., reduce the risk of illness or over training, and help you to achieve your potential...