Sports Nutrition Live! 2013
Introducing a new sporting nutrition event for 2013...
On the 11 May 2013, the high-quality, high-end educational event, Sports Nutrition Live! is coming to the Cavendish Conference Centre, London.
Inviting the best internationally renowned speakers on each featured topic, Sports Nutrition Live! will deliver essential industry insight for sports nutritionists, personal trainers and any professionals interested in sports nutrition.
The exciting 2013 line-up includes; Ian Craig, editor of leading sports nutrition magazines, Functional Sports Nutrition and Total Sports Nutrition; Matt Lovell, former England rugby nutritionist and elite performance company owner; Dr Adam Carey, former head of nutrition for the England Rugby Football Union from 1999 to 2006, the England Cricket Squad in 2005 and Welsh Rugby Union in 2011; Peter Williams, one of the leading lights of functional medicine in the UK and lifetime achievement award-winner with the Register for Exercise Professionals.
As well as top experts, there will also be special guest appearances from professional athletes and professional sports coaches, who will be available to talk to during lunch and refreshment breaks.
The specific focus of the event’s talks will be on Functional Sports Nutrition, which is driven by the desire to provide comprehensive education to individuals involved in sport and to grow people’s knowledge of sports nutrition. Functional Sports Nutrition focuses on the integration of three key areas within sports nutrition: Functional Nutrition for Health, Performance Nutrition and Supplementation.
If you are a nutrition practitioner, an exercise professional or even a student studying a fitness or nutrition based degree, then it is essential that you attend this innovative day of top-class education, to gain anything from an invaluable and deeper understanding of the sports nutrition industry to some expert led advice and experience in the field you are mastering.
To book your space, go to www.sportsnutritionlive.com or call 01279 810080.