Shonagh will deliver HOW TO QUIT YO YO DIETING on the THINK timetable
We are bombarded with information on a daily basis about food, the best diet for health, the best weight loss techniques, supplements and much more. This overload of information can cause a great deal of confusion and can make the task of losing weight, improving health and maximizing sports performance, all the more difficult.
My workshop will be focused on educating you (to help you understand what the best diet is for you) and helping you gain some clarity and focus to implement long-lasting changes. I will help you to define your goal e.g. weight loss, health, performance, understand the why and help you put a plan in place to achieve your goal.
Whether you want to lose weight, improve your sports performance, improve your energy levels or simply learn more about nutrition and what it takes to make long-lasting changes, this workshop is perfect for you. I will help you to separate fact from fiction and design a diet that fits your goals, your lifestyle, is enjoyable, realistic and sustainable. This workshop will be interactive, fun and educational, so please don’t be afraid to get involved.
Shonagh is a Performance Nutritionist based in cork. She has a degree in Nutritional Sciences from University College Cork and a masters in Sports Nutrition, from the world renowned Liverpool John Moores University. She has worked with various sports teams, including Sale Sharks Rugby, Wexford Senior Hurling Team and is currently working with the Wexford Camogie Team.
Shonagh has worked with over 300 people on a one to one basis including long distance runners, cyclists, endurance swimmers, strength athletes and those looking to lose weight and improve their health.
Shonagh has delivered numerous educational workshops to Schools, Corporations, Sports Teams and has lectured in a number of Universities.
Shonagh has always had a passion for nutrition and health and therefore, her mission is to educate, empower, support and guide people to reach their full potential by adapting their nutrition.