Endurance, Triathlon, and Ironman Functional Nutrition Mentorship Programme
I just wanted to announce that over the coming months I will be rolling out a mentorship programme for a select few serious endurance athletes. Places will be limited so if you are interested watch this space or email me to reserve your place (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Are you a triathlete, ironman, endurance runner, cyclist, swimmer, rower or adventure racer? Are you interested in taking your training and genetics to the next level? Are you SERIOUSLY committed to achieving your sporting goals?
How bad do you want it?
Will you invest in you?
Are you committed to achieving excellence?
Are you prepared to work hard to achieve your goals?
and other ramblings…
It is YET ANOTHER FABULOUS SEPTEMBER DAY; wow I cannot get enough of this Indian Summer we are having here in Ireland, I am just back from my own little 19km canter around the block in the warm sun (ok 18.95 km my running OCD is kicking myself for the shortfall!). I think every athlete and active person in Ireland will agree that it has been the best ever summer for outdoor training.
I know that speaking for myself, while things are still up in the air regarding getting the new clinic up and running (read here) I have been outdoors a lot; to keep fit, to keep my mind clear, and to help me make decisions about the future. I personally find that decluttering your head with activities such as running, walking, hiking, or biking allow the solutions to float in…. minus the worry and over-analysis. This is probably due to the repetitive nature of these activities putting you into a state of heart sync, a sort of active meditation so to speak. If you have decisions to make get outdoors rather than on a hamster wheel of over analysis; your productivity will thank you for it.
If you are not familiar with where I live;
On Saturday I presented my three-hour lecture on sports nutrition for the endurance athlete, in other words runners, marathon runners, adventure racers, triathletes, cyclists and so on.
For a limited time I have decided to post up two parts of the lecture for public viewing.