Optimal nutritional strategy is a prerequisite to achieve desired training adaptations that lead into improved performance and to perform best at the competitions. Be it your first 42-km running marathon or olympic games, we have the expertise to help you.
Having a coach does not only mean that your trainings are structured, but it enables an athlete to free the mind from thinking about what he is going to do during his next training session. It is also coach’s task to prevent overtraining and make sure that the training plan is designed in a way that gets you to your goal as quickly as possible.
Training Process Optimisation
Training process consists of numerous interrelated factors and only when everything works can the optimal athletic performance be achieved. Very often coaches and athletes utilize methods that “are known” to be successful by other athletes. However, we think replicating others’ work is not always the way to go. We like the phrase of late Steve Jobs “Think Different”. Our experts will help you to evolve and modify your training process to perform best with as little training and resources as possible.
Sports Nutrition and Exercise Physiology for Women
Women are not small men.
It is very common for practitioners working with women athletes to apply the same training and nutrition strategies as for men. As they were completely alike, only smaller. Commonly intentionally forgotten fact is that women’s reproductive system involves a menstrual cycle within which concentrations of various hormones change and cause a myriad of changes in how body functions. Both training and nutrition have to be designed with this in mind or serious problems can occur.
Sports nutritionist and Exercise physiologist. PhD student in Exercise Metabolism at the University of Birmingham. Passionate cyclist.