Intl Men's Day - Session 2 - Men's Total Mind and Body Health (Ollie Martin)
In the second of our lunchtime virtual sessions for International Men's Day, please join us for a practical and myth busting workshop delivered by Ollie Martin, author of ‘Uncommon Sense’. It will help men understand what works and what does not and what they can do about their health and performance in the here and now. This interactive workshop will be interspersed with short practices and tests to support engagement and illustrate and support learning.
Content & learning
- An overview on male specific nutrition, exercise, lifestyle and mindset with what works and what doesn’t
- A scientific overview of research on areas including the autonomic nervous system, epigenetics, ‘functional reserve’, biochemical individuality and more
- An exploration of why the six actions really work
- The inter-connectivity between each of the six actions
- To improve performance and energy levels for men
- To understand how building energy is the key to performance
- To give six easy, actionable pointers for everyday use
- To demonstrate the alignment of scientific and holistic approaches in a practical way
About the Speaker
Ollie is an acclaimed Health Coach and Author, who has spent over twenty years helping transform the health and performance of thousands of clients ranging from businesses to professional athletes, couch-potatoes, and retirees. Ollie has a background in high level sport and sports science. He has trained and studied with a range of institutions across multiple fields to include the CHEK Institute, the American College of Sports Medicine, and in Biogeometry and Tai Chi. Through this and his wider research and experience, Ollie has developed his own unique and integrated approach to health and performance encapsulated in his new book ‘Un-common Sense’ [available on Amazon].
Please note: This event is a regional collaboration between the local institutes in the area. Your booking details will be shared with the Insurance Institute of Chelmsford and South Essex, which is acting as the host institute for this event.