How to Eat Well: Practical Workshop – create your own meal plan, categorising sports foods, eating the rainbow 2020-11-26T14:36:49+00:00
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What’s the How to Eat Well: Practical Workshop? Create your own meal plan, categorising sports foods, eating the rainbow

How to Eat Well focuses on understanding and exploring how best to build a nutrition plan suitable for your individual health and performance goals.

This interactive workshop is a practical session, combining elements of our earlier workshops to construct your own personalised nutrition plan, under the guidance and support of our expert.

This workshop turns nutritional science into practical food.

This workshop is for anyone who feels they need an added tweak to further boost their health and performance through their nutrition.

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How do we do it?

Guidance on how to calculate and develop your own personalised nutritional plan.

Translating nutritional data into practical solutions helping to increase the understanding of what is contained in each food type and source.

Creation of an individual nutrition plan with a purpose.

An ability to take food guidelines and recommended intake of micro and macronutrients and translate these into your own meaningful nutrition plans.

Understanding of what foods to eat before, during and after exercise or event to maximise energy in a session and recovery following a session.

Consideration of personal nutrition goals based on your body compositions.

Translating nutritional

Guidance on how to calculate and develop your own personalised nutritional plan.

Translating nutritional data into practical solutions helping to increase the understanding of what is contained in each food type and source.

Individual nutrition

Creation of an individual nutrition plan with a purpose.

An ability to take food guidelines and recommended intake of micro and macronutrients and translate these into your own meaningful nutrition plans.

Personal nutrition goals

Understanding of what foods to eat before, during and after exercise or event to maximise energy in a session and recovery following a session.

Consideration of personal nutrition goals based on your body compositions.

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Danny Welbeck, Striker, Brighton & Hove Albion FC

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Rebecca James, Tournament Director, LTA

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Becky Bullock, Senior Account Manager, The Football Association

“Excellent week’s work, tough but enjoyable! Feeling strong and big thanks to the GCP staff for all their support.”

David McGoldrick, Striker, Sheffield United FC

“The experience provided to the students was an excellent example of sports science in practice, demonstrating clearly how the inter-disciplinary teams assess, liaise and programme for an injured athlete to return to play post-injury. There was clear guidance of how the team used evidence-based practice to support this journey for the athlete and gave the students a first hand experience of how to apply their theoretical degree knowledge in an elite environment.”

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West Ham United FC

“It was a pleasure to work with Game Changer Performance.  We involved 40 of our year 5 to year 8 boys in learning about Sport Psychology and Goal Setting, both of which the boys really enjoyed.  The onsite session at school was perfectly adapted to our boys and was wonderfully interactive.  This will help evolve our ‘More Able Sportsman’ program.”

Mike Schmid, Director of Sport, Rokeby School

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John Bramhall, Deputy Chief Executive, The PFA

“Thanks, a lot to the team at GCP for your hard work with Liam this week. I have been highly impressed by the service you provide. It sounds as if Liam has thoroughly enjoyed his time with you and that the change of environment has been a great help from a psychological point of view.”

Carl Nelson, Physiotherapist, Newcastle United FC

“We are delighted to be partnering with CGP and it highlights how trusted our products are to be used to assist in the return to play of professional footballers.  As GPS partners to the England National Football Team who are also based out of St. Georges Park, it’s great to be able to be involved with the wider professional footballing community and give them access to tools that might not be available to them in their daily training and rehabilitation. We look forward to following closely the great work that GCP will do and how they utilise our products for the benefit of their clients.”

John Larkin, Marketing Manager, STATSports

“The PE staff and sports teams at St Mary’s Calne have relished the dynamic, thought-provoking and practical delivery of GCP’s sports psychology sessions onsite at school. It was relevant and appropriate, and the girls have begun to apply new techniques and strategies to enhance their performance both in training and in matches.”

Heidi Marvin, Director of Sport, St. Mary's Calne
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