Optimize your breath, movement and nutrition with Patrick McKeown, Dr. Eric Cobb and Rhiannon Lambert, hosted by Six Senses COO and Marathon-runner, Guy Heywood.
In this two-hour masterclass you will learn:
Practical Breathing to Enhance Athletic Performance
Proper breathing techniques are essential to running and performing at your best. And it’s much more sophisticated than just inhaling and exhaling. Patrick McKeown, of The Oxygen Advantage, The Breathing Cure and Atomic Focus:
- Ways to simulate altitude training to delay lactic acid and fatigue. Enjoy better stamina and faster run times.
- How to improve repeated sprint ability without risk of injury.
- Preparing for competition — how to get in the zone. Better recovery post-exercise and during competition/match season.
Applied Neurology for Better Running Performance
While much has been said and written about the importance of the brain for runners, most of the discussion has been around the “mental game” of endurance athletes. The truth is that there’s much more to it than that!
In this workshop, we will take a fast but deep dive into two critical neurologic systems that drive and regulate our movement: the visual and vestibular (inner ear) systems. We will couple some fun neuroscience with practical personal assessments and exercises that you can use immediately to dramatically improve your running posture, technique, and endurance.
Eating for Speed and Endurance
It is now well established that what you eat can see improvements far beyond body composition. Consuming the right balance of food groups – for your body and personal fitness goals – can help boost performance, strength and endurance, as well as aiding in swift recovery, meaning fewer injuries too. The timing of your food and fluid intake (before, during or after exercise) also impacts your workout success.
About this event
About This Event:
This 120-minute complimentary masterclass includes:
- 90-minute masterclass
- 30-minute live Q&A
World-acclaimed author and breathing instructor Patrick McKeown was educated at Trinity College in Dublin, before completing his clinical training in Russia. His mission is to empower people to take control of their own health, well-being and fitness using simple breathing exercises proven to improve body oxygenation. Since 2002, he has worked with thousands of clients, including elite military special forces (SWAT) Olympic coaches and athletes. His books have been translated into fifteen languages and he has trained 700 instructors across fifty countries.
Dr. Eric Cobb
The creator and founder of Z-Health® Performance Solutions, LLC, Dr. Eric Cobb, is considered one of the world's foremost experts in innovating advanced, neurologically-centered rehabilitative and sports performance programs based on emerging research. Dr. Cobb's passion for human performance and teaching the practical implementation of complex training concepts comes through in the dynamic, entertaining educational programs and professional certifications his team presents worldwide. With over 4,000 certified Z-Health professionals around the world, Dr. Cobb’s goal is to bring a neurocentric viewpoint into every clinic, gym and sports facility around the world.
Rhiannon Lambert is one of the UK’s leading Registered Nutritionists (RNutr). Founder of private clinic Rhitrition, she leads a team specializing in weight management, sports nutrition, disordered eating, and pre- and postnatal nutrition. Rhiannon’s evidence-based approach to nutrition has seen her work with some of the world’s most influential people and is responsible for the recipe and product curation at celebrated brands including Deliveroo, Wagamama, Heck and Little Freddie. Registered with the Association for Nutrition (AFN), Rhiannon obtained a first-class Bachelor (BSc) degree in Nutrition and Health, and a Master’s (MSc) degree in Obesity, Risks and Prevention. She is a Master Practitioner in Eating Disorders, accredited by The British Psychological Society (BPS) and a Level 3 Personal Trainer.
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Wednesday, September 15 at 11:00 am New York / 4:00 pm London
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