Optimal race performance requires optimal
training and optimal preparation. One aspect of preparation often
overlooked by athletes is giving their nutritional needs the attention
We all know what to eat as part of a balanced
diet, but how can we be sure our diet is balanced in the right way?
Are you eating enough to fuel your training and competition needs?
Are you eating the right things at the right time to allow maximum
recovery in the minimal timeframes that allow subsequent training periods
to be as beneficial as the first? How can you lose weight without
compromising fitness gains?
We can get 80% of the information we need
through reading books, surfing the net or asking knowledgeable mates.
But is 80% good enough for the level at which you compete? Would you
train at 80% of your potential and settle for 80% of your results?
To get that last 20%, the winning 20%, requires 80% more time and effort.
This would obviously compromise your training time and may not be a good
return on your time investment.
So why not go the direct route and get the
advice of an expert? Access to your very own qualified
nutritionalist, and finding the extra you need to gain an "unfair"
advantage, is only a phone call away.
Sarah Corcoran has been offering
nutritional advice for six years, since she was awarded the Diploma in
Nutrition. Sarah's also represented Jersey at the highest sporting
levels and fully understands the needs of athletes who compete when trying
to hold down a full-time job.
For the price of a good meal you could change
your eating habits and see a concurrent change in your performance.
If you're there or thereabouts and just seem to lack that winning edge, or
you feel you've reached a plateau in your training and can't get that
extra push; don't you owe it to yourself to at least give it a try?
Contact Sarah to arrange a consultation and an
independent assessment of your needs. Or have an informal discussion while
having a sports massage, she also holds the internationally recognised