Online Sports Nutrition Hub
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Angie Clark is a Brisbane-based Accredited Sports Dietitian, Nutritionist and Exercise Physiologist and has worked with helping athletes on an individual basis to achieve their sporting and body composition goals through professional guidance.
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Ange is insanely passionate about food. She loves nothing more than smashing out an intense gym session or setting the alarm for 4:15am – because that is the time you’ll catch the early morning crisp running weather. She spends HOURS perfecting nutrition plans because she loves nothing more than working with motivated individuals, with a goal to get somewhere.
iPerformance Nutrition (iPN) is the ultimate nutrition coach for the active person.
If you are passionate about movement of any form and train consistently (no matter what level), then we welcome you to the everyday athletes’ sports nutrition hub where you can expect reputable, innovative nutrition information and inspiration for complete vitality.
Being experienced industry-qualified Sports Dietitians, we believe the resources you will find here are uniquely superior for people who embrace the benefits of living actively and are looking to improve their health, complement their training and maximise race performance through targeted sports nutrition.
Thankyou so much for your nutritional planning and guidance as I’ve strived to improve my ability as an athlete. I now know just how important a role nutrition plays not only during races, but also in the months of training beforehand.
With your assistance I’ve not only seen my 100km race-day performance improve by over 6 hours but I’ve also felt healthier, happier and more confident in lining up for future ultra-endurance events! I’d thoroughly recommend you to any athlete looking to move up to the next level of performance.Mik GNorthFace100 Competitor
Followed the race nutrition plan from last year and all went really well at Noosa. Did a PB of 2:30:07. My previous best at Noosa was 2:32:35 in 2006. I’ve been trying to crack 2:30 for 5 years now. Nearly got there but for a fall with the bike in transition which must have soaked up around 10 seconds. Never mind, there’s always next year. Also running PB’s at present – largely due to the weight loss I believe. It’s amazing how people keep telling me, a year after I last saw you, that I’m getting skinnier. I don’t think so and I weigh around 78kg. Feeling great.David RTriathlete
Sally was recommended to me by some fellow runners who couldn’t speak highly enough of her. So as a vegetarian, long distance runner with a history of eating disorders I had very high expectations. I am very happy to say that Sal far exceeded those expectations and not only helped me achieve goals that I never thought I could achieve but also has provided me with the tools that I can continue to use for the rest of my life.Romy MDistance Runner
You have fully converted me into knowing that aside from the training – nutrition is the most important factor in the race. To have taken 10 mins off my Mooloolaba time this year & to have done the Ironman so comfortably (don’t tell my coach) & to feel so good after the race is a testament to how much you have assisted me.Andrew CIM Triathlete
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