Amanda Hamilton | The Marathon of Life: raise your sporting game in 2018
18 January 2018
We are delighted to welcome back acclaimed nutritionist, broadcaster and author Amanda Hamilton to Archerfield Walled Garden to host her ‘Nutrition solutions to…” series.
Each event in the series has a unique focus and includes Amanda’s expert advice, demonstrations and sampling, plus a Q&A.
This month we bring you The Marathon of Life: raise your sporting game in 2018.
Triathlons, marathons, 10ks, 5ks, open water swims - more and more of us are taking to East Lothian’s great outdoors and exercise is now becoming a core part of our lives as we recognise the positive impact it has on our physical and mental wellbeing.
But are we fuelling ourselves in the right way to maximize our energy and performance levels, and reach our true potential?
No matter whether you are training for an endurance event or simply want to know how food can fuel our game of tennis or golf, this third event in Amanda’s ‘Nutrition Solutions to…..’ Series will focus on techniques that are realistic and reliable, taking inspiration from her clinic work with several leading athletes, professional footballers and dancers.
- Fuelling for performance & recovery - how to get the fundamentals right
- What is active rest and why is it so important?
- Sleep, stress and factors affecting performance
- Sports drinks and gels, are they worth it?
- Foods & techniques that help reduce the risk of injury
The demonstration will serve up some ideal recovery smoothies too!
When: Thursday 18th January 2018 at 7.30pm
Where: Archerfield Walled Garden
More about Amanda Hamilton's ‘Nutrition Solutions to...’ Series:
Amanda is running 3 events at Archerfield Walled Garden:
- Nourish to Flourish: help your children thrive on Thursday 14th September 2017
- Wellbeing for Women on Thursday 16th November 2017
- The Marathon of Life: raise your sporting game in 2018 on Thursday 18th January 2017
Nourishing our body with the right food affects everything we do and is vital for our health, wellbeing, energy and overall happiness.
Amanda’s approach to food is first and foremost realistic and fuss-free and it is her aim to help make sense of complex and often conflicting subjects in health and nutrition.
“Amanda is a no-nonsense, entertaining speaker whose advice and knowledge is awesome and inspiring.” Sarah Willingham, Dragon, Dragon’s Den, mother of four.
Amanda runs retreats and clinics in East Lothian, near London & Spain. For more information visit www.amandahamilton.com.
All proceeds from these events will be donated to support The Moonlight Retreat, a charitable health retreat set up by Amanda for those most in need.