COACH FOR PERFORMANCE

Running a marathon? Training for a triathlon? Desperate to beat your partner's swim time? Even more desperate not to embarrass yourself at your company's annual golf tournament? No matter your goal, when it comes to performance, only an expert can push you in the most impactful and efficient way. For this Boost program, we'll help you train like a professional.

WHAT TO EAT AND WHEN TO EAT IT

Before or after your workout? Protein or carbs? Or both? How long before or after your workout should you eat? These questions are the most common (Google a few and you will see), but they are also the most difficult to answer. What you eat and when depends on many factors, including your age, weight, fitness level, training goals and health concerns. We can't design one programme that suits everyone wanting to enhance their performance because it doesn't work. 

SUPPLEMENTS

Supplements aren't a substitute for healthy eating and don't negate eating fast food, loading up on sugar and skipping salads. As a general rule, you should get the nutrients you need from the food you eat. However, if you are training for competition or train regularly, then your body might need additional support. Be careful to read labels and understand the ingredients because not all supplements are created equally, and many contain unnecessary fillers and sugar. Also, phase supplements into your diet slowly because some can upset your stomach, cause constipation and interfere with restful sleep. When in doubt, it's best to ask us.

 
Running in the London Marathon was a dream of mine. It was the final baggage to shed from my fat days. I did it and quickly set new goals.
— Cathy Martin

WHAT TO EXPECT

All Boost programmes start with a consultation to understand how you are currently training, health issues, lifestyle and goals. We'll evaluate where you are now and where you want to be, then create a programme especially for you. When it comes to enhancing performance, expect to sweat more, want to give up more and ache more. It's in the pain that you make the most progress.