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FEMALE PHYSIOLOGY
Respect the uterus.
During normal menstrual cycle, women are exposed to a continuously fluctuating levels of sex steroid hormones. This has profound effects on energy metabolism, substrate utilisation, respiratory system, muscle strength, nervous system and psychology.
We understand the bidirectional relationship between sex hormones and exercise.
Women have unique physiology.
This requires special attention when designing training and nutrition. Most of the time this important issue is not taken seriously.
01.
this results in numerous health issues
  • Loss of a menstrual cycle (hypothalamic amenorrhea)
  • Decreased bone density and higher risk for stress fractures
  • Unfavourable blood composition
  • Frequent illnesses etc. 
02.
The consequences can be detrimental

This results not only in decreased performance during training and competition but can also lead to a shortened career, fragile bones and stress fractures.

03.
WE HAVE A SOLUTION

Our goal is to optimise your training and nutrition strategy according to your specific needs and help you reach your full potential while maintaining your optimal health. Because we care!

A SAD FACT

UP TO 50% OF WOMEN ENDURANCE ATHLETES HAVE TROUBLING MONTHLY PERIOD.

THIS IS NOT NORMAL

Who can we help

Athletes

Coaches

Nutritionists

Therapists

Teachers

One-on-one Consultation
an hour
50
First introductory consultation for free if you decide to work with us.
Talking about your menstrual cycle, physiology, problems, missing periods, REDs evaluation.
Get in touch!
Monitoring
monthly
70
Working together with your coach (not our coach) to optimise training strategy according to your menstrual cycle.
Get in touch!
Monitoring & Nutritional support
monthly
110
Working together with your coach (not our coach) to optimise training strategy according to your menstrual cycle + nutritional strategy that fits your specific needs.
Get in touch!

Obviously we will also make sure that your training plan or a nutritional periodisation will be made with female physiology in mind.

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