Why is right nutrition important?
Good nutrition is an important pillar of healthy lifestyle
The structure, function, stamina, health of the human body, and the way it feels; all depends largely on nutrition. Proper nutrition, right training and coaching will significantly increase athletic performance!
The process of consultancy
Ideal composition calculation, daily energy requirements determination and some interesting things, more information:BMI calculator
This is the most important step; you define now what you expect from yourself, and you decide if you will be able to accomplish it. Everything is possible, but it will first be decided in you what you can achieve. What will be your goal?
A one week plan: with exact recipes, types of foods and timing of meals. Therefore a complete guide.
Record of nutritional anamnesis
To get to know your taste and food allergies.
To get to know your current habits, preparing and analyzing nutrition diary.
Redesigning is recommended after 1 or 2 months, in the light of changes. Many questions can arise during this period of time, which will be clarified. The first major milestone is already done, you are right on track. The numbers will prove the rest.
Get to know our club’s nutritionist,
who serves as a compass in this world full of nutrient deficient foods:
1stCLUB nutritionist, dietary consultant
Unlike personal trainers, we will not talk about what you are doing in the gym, but in the remaining 95% of your day.
Your personal trainer will draw your attention to at the very first time that the training will produce results only, if it is supplemented with precision diet. This is where I come to the picture and help you.
The time spent together will be exciting because of 2 things. The first is that it is about you, and the second is that you will change the way you see foods around you.
- Semmelweis University, Faculty of Health Sciences – Dietician
- Fitness Academy – Bodybuilding and Fitness coach
It can help:
- healthy diet
- overweight, weigh reduction
- hypercholesterolemia (high blood fats and triglyceride level)
- cardiovascular disease
- bone loss (osteoporosis)
- gastrointestinal disorder (intestinal tract, bile, liver, etc.)
- food allergies, intolerances