Wednesday, 17 July 2019 15:30

Leading a healthy endurance lifestyle

Date: 25 July 2019

Agenda:
18:00 – 21:30 ​​A Healthy Endurance Lifestyle

Talk Subject:
Is endurance sport healthy or does it damage your health?

In this discussion Mark Wolff will cover the basics of an endurance lifestyle and how to make sure an athlete uses endurance sport to his or her advantage in creating a healthy lifestyle and avoiding the pitfalls so many endurance athletes fall into where they consistently damage their health through regular illness and injury

Topics to be covered:
- Know your Health Status
- The Pyramid – Training, Nutrition, Recovery
- Race Day or Event Readiness

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1. Training:

The Pitfalls:
- Junk Mileage
- Unrealistic Goals
- Rushed Motivation / Peer Pressure
- Lack of Foundation

Structured Effective Training and the Benefits
- Goal Setting
- Time Frames
- Structured Training Frameworks
- Foundation, Build, Speed, Endurance, Strength and Fitness

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Mark Wolff is a certified exercise & sports nutritionist, endurance nutrition and physiology expert with over 20 years’ experience.

An endurance coach and multi-sport athlete with a running, triathlon, mountain biking and weight lifting background, he works extensively with professional and amateur athletes in a variety of sports disciplines as well as those just wanting to change their lifestyles. He firmly believes that a person can only reach their full potential when their health and nutrition is given the proper focus.

Mark’s focus on nutrition and physiology is not just on training and racing, but he places major emphasis on recovery, immune system health, emotional stability, stress management and performance.

Mark is co-founder of 32Gi, a sports nutrition company, focused mainly on health and endurance nutrition. He is also co-founder of Rapid Recover focussed on pneumatic compression equipment to improve circulation for recovery and health.

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2. Nutrition:

Understanding the Basics:
- Carbs, Fats and Proteins
- Sports Nutrition (Daily Nutrition, Recovery Nutrition)

Advanced Nutrition:
- Eating for Injury
- Eating for Illness
- Eating for Performance (Speed and Strength)
- Race Day Nutrition

3. Recovery

Recovery Strategies:
- The importance of Recovery
- Short Term Recovery
- Long Term Recovery
- Nutrition Strategies
- Active Recovery Strategies
- Recovery Cheat Sheet (Advanced Recovery Methods)

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