The composition refers to the amount of fat and lean mass (muscle, bone and water) that your body contains. Body composition analysis provides a better understanding of health than other screening methods that take into account only weight and height, such as body mass index (BMI). This is because the percentage of body fat in relation to muscle mass better reflects your general well-being than weight or BMI. Therefore, body recomposition focuses on body composition rather than weight.
During this step you will fill in a cognitive pre-screening with your coach to have a 360-degree view of your needs, lifestyle, injuries and anything necessary for the coach to plan the path.
Once all the necessary information has been collected, the Coach will plan a training plan and nutritional guidelines to follow for the first week (the nutritional plan will change weekly)
Once everything is prepared, the coach will invite you for a video call to explain the attack strategy for the first 5 weeks of training and for the first week of nutritional guidelines.
Daily assessment of the athlete’s physiological conditions and organic receptivity for any adaptations to the training and metabolic plan.
Weekly assessment of the athlete’s physiological, metabolic conditions and identification of overreaching / overtraining / recovery with respective kcal and performance precautions for the following week.
With the reports we will determine the following customer values: STRESS KCAL INTAKE (CALORIE INTAKE) ORGANIC RECEPTIVITY (PHYSIOLOGICAL RECOVERY OF THE BODY) OVERTRAINING OVERREACHING TRAINING VOLUME vs INTENSITY PERFORMANCE PREVENT INJURIES (injury risk prevention calculation for athletes)
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Unlike a standard diet, body recomposition is a lifestyle where fitness and nutrition techniques lead to healthy changes in the ratio of body fat to muscle. Recomposition means “forming something new or in a different way”, hence the term “body recomposition”. Although body recomposition has been used by athletes and weightlifters for some time, it has only recently gained ground with those simply looking to get fit and lose fat.