Adolescent Athletes

At F&M we believe that being able to assist adolescent athletes with their sport nutrition is a privilege, as we are able to help educate them in healthy habits that will stay with them for the rest of their life.

We currently work with team and individual sports, rugby players, cricketers, soccer players, kayakers, dancers, runners and many other young athletes to help them achieve the optimal body composition and fuelling for their sport as well as their education and importantly, leaving enough energy to be happy in the rest of their family life.

We understand teenagers and the demands put on them with hectic training and schooling schedules. Having our own children we come up with easy, convenient, portable and nourishing options in their nutrition plans.

We can help with weight gain, only ensuring lean muscle gain, weight management, (be it sports driven or not), as well as ensuring adolescents have the required intake to match their needs or any selective dietary requirements, related to vegetarian, vegan diets or food intolerances.

Our goal is to make sure that adolescents and our adolescent athletes are as happy and healthy as possible to cope with whatever demands training & life are putting on them.

The best Diet is the one you don’t know you are on.

Food & Movement specialises in a wide spectrum of diet related issues for all ages, from children through to adults.

Food & Movement Blog

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What a Cheeseburger Taught Me About Running Nutrition

Running Nutrition & Cheeseburgers

What a Cheeseburger Taught Me About Running Nutrition… Perhaps hard to believe, but I learnt one of the most valuable lessons in my running career from the good old Maccas cheeseburger. It was about the 58km point in an 80km race, that no man’s land where you are over halfway but not far enough through […]

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What a Cheeseburger Taught Me About Running Nutrition

Running Nutrition & Cheeseburgers

What a Cheeseburger Taught Me About Running Nutrition… Perhaps hard to believe, but I learnt one of the most valuable lessons in my running career from the good old Maccas cheeseburger. It was about the 58km point in an 80km race, that no man’s land where you are over halfway but not far enough through […]