How Your Diet is Ruining Your Performance
Good intentions or not, it’s critical to know why your choices with food could be hindering your potential.
As a sports dietitian, I help athletes and active individuals fuel their body for better performance, and most of my clients approach me because they’re struggling. I help them understand the reasons why and how to fix it.
Beyond other factors that affect performance, such as poor sleep, too much stress or ineffective training techniques, this video explains how nutrition plays a key role.
For instance, did you know that what might appear to be “healthier” might not be contributing to your nutritional needs at all, so despite your good intentions, you actually wind up under-nourished?
Remember, a training session tears down your muscles, and the food you eat helps to build it back up… or not.
There are 3 main reasons why your diet might be ruining your training sessions and
performance, no matter what your sport is. Watch the video to learn:
- Why being too focused on “clean eating” can backfire. Watch to see my example of this!
- On the other hand, why eating too much junk food or fast food prevents your body from recovering from your workouts.
- How the lack of a plan is the biggest contributor to under-performing, resulting in a poor diet that deprives you of the nutrition you need.
Putting it all together in a customized plan to match your goals is what dietitians do, so you’re getting the proper application of all components to take your performance to the next level!
You’ll learn so much in my upcoming Free Masterclass: The Top 5 Reasons You’re Running on Empty! This is a one-time event where I break down years of my own personal and professional experience, and wrap it up in an informative and actionable presentation. You’ll learn why you don’t have enough energy and your performance is suffering. This is being offered only once! Sign up here! You’ll be glad you did.
Contact me any time to schedule a free 15-minute consultation, so we can discuss your particular situation and goals.