Get discount to Precision Nutrition’s only UK event of 2017!
Take your career to the next level and save 50% on this unique weekend workshop
By Joe Warner
Are you an ambitious PT or fitness industry professional who wants to stand out from the competitive crowd? Are you someone who wants to help your clients live fitter, healthier and happier lives by teaching them how to eat for better physical and mental health? After all, the better the results you can get with your clients, the more you can charge and the more potential clients you will attract!
If you want to take your career – and earning potential – to the next level, then don’t miss out on your chance to get 50% off the full price of a weekend ticket to Precision Nutrition’s only UK seminar and workshop this year.
This two-day event has been created specifically for fitness professionals who want to stand out in a crowded industry and get better results for both themselves and their clients. By attending this unique event you’ll learn the tools needed to build the career success you deserve. You will also learn about nutrition and successful habit change from the best in the business – after all, Precision Nutrition is the world’s leading nutrition education provider, helping 40,000 fitness professionals advance their careers, and 50,000 clients achieve their fat-loss and performance goals.
The event will be held on 10-11 June in the Hilton Green Park Hotel on Half Moon Street in London’s Mayfair. As a FitPro member, you can save 50% on the full price simply by entering the coupon code FitPro50 at the checkout to get your weekend ticket for just £149: ironlifelive.com
About the event
The weekend will be hosted by two of Precision Nutrition’s senior educators – Brian St. Pierre and Adam Feit. By attending, you will learn their proven methods to take your nutritional knowledge to the next level, ensuring better and more consistent results, not just with clients but with your own body.
By attending the Precision Nutrition weekend seminar, you will learn how to:
- Understand human metabolism and get the final word on calorie counting
- Properly assess clients to give them a plan that gets results
- Navigate through real-world obstacles to keep clients on track
- Deploy advanced dietary strategies for accelerated muscle gain and fat loss
- Use advanced approaches to macronutrient manipulation to break through plateaus
- Empower your clients to make sustainable change
- Have critical conversations with your clients
- Deal with resistant clients, and know what to do when a client fights back
Following is the full breakdown of the event, but there’s only a few tickets remaining, so if you want to secure a weekend pass for just £149, make sure you visit ironlifelive.com now and enter coupon code FitPro50 to save 50%!
The full schedule
Day 1: Saturday 10 June
Led by Brian St. Pierre, director of performance nutrition at Precision Nutrition
Assisted by Adam Feit, assistant director at Performance Nutrition
Overview: Brian and Adam will cover: nutritional physiology; dietary assessment; nutritional triage and hierarchy; outcome-based decision-making for appropriate dietary adjustments; and the practical application of these skills with case study breakout sessions.
Day 1 will focus on nutrition, including advanced dietary strategies for better body composition. “This is the kind of nutrition coaching workshop we wish we had attended years ago, when we were struggling to help people improve their nutrition,” says Brian. “It would have accelerated our knowledge, skills, and practical application tenfold.”
09:00 Human metabolism and the calorie conundrum
10:00 Proteins, carbs, and fats – why each is critical
11:00 How to assess and where to begin – triaging nutrition
13:00 Controlling portions and making adjustments
13:30 Dietary adjustments for advanced muscle gain and fat loss
14:00 Breakout session – putting it all together/problem solving and case studies
Day 2: Sunday 11 June
Led by Adam Feit, assistant director at Performance Nutrition
Assisted by Brian St. Pierre, director of performance nutrition at Precision Nutrition
Overview: Adam and Brian will cover: coaching communication and active listening skills; converting client information into collaborative next actions; handling resistant clients; and applying the nutritional skills learned in Day 1 with the coaching skills learned in Day 2 to become a complete nutrition coach, with each skill being developed using hands-on role-playing and breakout sessions.
Day 2 builds upon your new-found nutritional knowledge to educate you on how to put it into practice, because there’s a big difference between understanding nutrition and coaching nutrition. “We’ll explore a variety of learning and coaching styles to better equip you for ultimate client buy-in and follow-through,” says Brian. “From asking the right questions to working with client resistance, we’ll explore some real-life scenarios through breakout sessions, role playing, case studies, and more, to actively apply these skills in the real world to take your coaching to an entirely new level.”
08:00 Client-centred coaching – putting clients in the driver’s seat for sustainable change
09:00 Breakout session – motivational interviewing and getting clients to answer their own questions
10:30 Breakout session – crucial conversations: when to have them/when to avoid them
13:00 Breakout session – working with resistant clients: what to do when clients fight back
14:30 Open Q&A with Brian and Adam
Don’t forget that you can get your weekend workshop ticket for just £149 – a saving of more than 50% – by using the coupon code FitPro50 at the checkout: ironlifelive.com!
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