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2020 WEBINARS 

Sleep is the single most rejuvenative thing a human can do for recovery. It is a potent weapon that should be dligently used by everyone who values tehir athletic performance.  
 
Coaches, athletes and trainers, therapists and parents of young athletes should develop an appreciation of just how critical sleep is for long term success. 
 
Neglecting sleep is a foolish practice for an athlete, neglecting to underline the supreme importance of sleep for athletes is a crime for a coach or trainer. This webinar aims to educate you in exactly how the different aspects of sleep impact the different components of performance. 
 
The webinar is dense and fast, with a ton of information covered, touching on areas such as immune function, metabolic health, strength performance, endurance, RPE, skill aquisition and injury risk. Ample time for questions will be reserved at the end of the hour long presentation. 
 
Run Time 
1h session. Mix of presenting and discussion 
Places Available 
100 
Suitable For 
Coaches & alligned professions 
Trainers and S&C coaches 
Athletes and parents of young athletes 
£10.00
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Carbohydrate consumption is one of the most misunderstood and misused nutritional components. All athletes need to optimise carbohydrate intake for their individual situation. Your genes, sport, training schedule, muscle mass and stress levels, among many other factors play a huge role in determining just how much carbohydrate you should eat on a day to day basis.  
 
There are so many opinions, camps and perspectives on how much carbohydrate you should eat and from which sources, that getting confused, or worse, invested in the wrong aproach, can be a hugely costly mistake. This session will provide you with the acurate, up to date and objective data, as well as the in-the-trenches experience and perspective from my nearly 18 years of experience.  
 
I am not a "low carb guy" or a "high carb guy". I have some of my athletes aim for more than 600g of carbs per day, and others less than 35g. I've had people on keto and the exact same person but a few months later pounding puffed rice after workouts. There is no such thing as "THE" right answer with regards to carb intake, there is only the best approach for a particluar individual at a particular time. That is why understanding the physiology and chemistry of carbohydrates is a critical skill for a coach or trainer.  
 
Run Time 
90min session. Mix of presenting and discussion 
Places Available 
100 
Suitable For 
Coaches & alligned professions 
Trainers and S&C coaches 
£10.00
Quantity:
Protein consumption is a field full of misinformation and misunderstanding. Wether trying to grow muscle, recover from training or live well, the amount and quality of protein in the diet is important. But unfortunately, context is often lacking, scewed or ignored in the advice received by many athletes and professionals. In this webinar we will present clear answers, with nuance and context for the big questions on protein.  
 
How much is optimal for performance?  
How much is needed for muscle growth?  
Is a vegan diet adequate? 
How much is too much?  
What are the best sources of protein?  
Are shakes ok?  
 
Gain clarity on all these topics and many more.  
 
NOTE: A basic understanding of protein, what it does, what foods have it, and its role in growth and repair are assumned. We will get straight inter the advanced stuff in this webinar.  
 
Run Time 
2h session. Mix of presenting and discussion 
Places Available 
30 
Suitable For 
Coaches & alligned professions 
Trainers and S&C coaches 
£33.00
Quantity:
Protein consumption is a field full of misinformation and misunderstanding. Wether trying to grow muscle, recover from training or live well, the amount and quality of protein in the diet is important. Athletes need a quality understanding of this topic to acheive and maintain high performance. In young athletes and their parents the problem is often a lack of education around the role protein should play in their diet. Some are far too bullish, other are worried for no reason. Either way, gaining an understanding of protein role in health and performance is crucial.  
 
In older or adult athletes, the problem is often too much information. With conflicting, strong opinions coming from all angles (product marketing, youtubers, magazines, coaches) adult athletes have often been told 3-6 different optinons on how muh protein they should eat and where they should get it from. The reality is that context provides the right answer and is often overlooked or omitted from the discussion. One answer could be right for one person and wrong for another.  
 
In this webinar, these questions will be answered in detail, but also in an accessible way that athletes of all levels of eductaion will be able to understand and apply.  
 
How much is optimal for performance?  
How much is needed for muscle growth?  
Is a vegan diet adequate? 
How much is too much?  
What are the best sources of protein?  
Are shakes ok?  
 
Gain clarity on all these topics and many more.  
 
Run Time 
2h session. Mix of presenting and discussion 
Places Available 
30 
Suitable For 
Coaches & alligned professions 
Trainers and S&C coaches 
£33.00
Quantity:
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