Embarking upon a new fitness program is a daunting task.  Not only do you have to figure out how many reps, sets, and movements that work best to tighten up that butt and give you those six pack abs, but determining what kinds of food and how much of them you should be eating is even more confusing.

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Until now…

Join us at Steelworks for our seminar on Optimizing Nutrition for Health and Performance.  Lead by Temple University’s Dr. James Hoffmann, co-author of The Renaissance Diet, this seminar will focus on such topics as:

    • Why calories matter.
    • Determining your optimal macronutrient (carbs, fat, protein) balance.
    • The importance of meal timing in a nutrition plan.
    • The relevance of food composition.
    • Supplements and their role in performance enhancement.

The seminar will feature a Question and Answer segment and attendees are encouraged to participate.

This seminar is FREE to any member of Steelworks and only $10 to the public.  If you have struggled to lose fat, gain muscle, and/or improve health and athletic performance, do not miss this seminar!

Sign up for the event HERE!!!

Email Brian Terpak at [email protected] with any questions pertaining to the event.

About the presenter:
Dr. James Hoffmann grew up in Chicago IL and is now working as an Assistant Professor for the department of Kinesiology at Temple University in Philadelphia PA. He earned his PhD from East Tennessee State University in Sport Physiology and has an M.S. in Applied Exercise Physiology  and a B.S. in Biochemistry from the University of Illinois at Chicago. James Has experience working as a strength coach / sport scientist in Division I Men’s Basketball, Tennis, Golf, as well as collegiate and Men’s Rugby, and high school Basketball. He has a strong athletic background in Wrestling, Rugby, and American Football. James is also a sport performance consultant for Renaissance Periodization.