Feb 5, 2019
Justin Buckthorp is a performance consultant to a host of the worlds very best players including World Number 1 Justin Rose.
This is a great session that will really allow you to consider the best ways to optimise your brain from a nutritional perspective.
It is no good having great mental game strategies if your brain is functioning at way less than its optimum capacity.
In this fascinating chat Justin talks about his work with World Number 1 Justin Rose and how he helped him build a tremendous process driven outlook to the game.
We talk about very simple strategies around HYDRATION
The myths and misconceptions
What you do BEFORE you play and the impact this may be having on your game
The research on what effect even a 1 to 2 % dehydration level can have on performance
The effect of a spike in blood sugar level and how this will alter your touch and feel on the golf course
How to manage your blood sugar levels more effectively
How it is too late to try to start your hydration protocol when you get to the golf course
What is an ideal hydration protocol for your game
How much performance is affected by nutrition and hydration
Simple strategies that can make a REAL difference instantly to your game with absolutely no down side.
The best approach to your eating and your game
How to fuel your brain efficiently
What are the best systems on the golf course
The simple SECRETS to a healthy functioning brain
How brain health affects EVERYTHING you do
How your health, fitness and nutrition programmes need to be personalised
The Brain Booster principle of find YOUR way as opposed to THE way
Blood testing and the benefit of KNOWING what you need as an individual
A really wide ranging and informative session from an expert working right at the coal face of PEAK PERFORMANCE
All of Justin’s work is built on robust research and has been proven to be really effective
To look at these ideas will not only impact your game but your whole life in general
To find out more about Justin go to www.360healthperformance.com
To find out more about Karl Morris and the Mind Factor go to www.themindfactor.com