The Making of Performance Nutrition Path with Chris Algieri

FightCamp App Series - Performance Nutrition Path with Chris Algieri

Champion fighter, author, & nutritionist Chris Algieri is teaching you how to reach your full potential with his Performance Nutrition Path on the FightCamp App

Published: November 14, 2022

Topics: Nutrition, Wellness

Author: Mollie McGurk

World champion fighter, ringside analyst, author, and certified nutritionist Chris Algieri helps professional athletes reach their full potential. He has authored “The Fighter’s Kitchen” and “So You Want to Be a Fighter,” worked with top fighters including 2-time world champion “Miracle Man” Danny Jacobs, and served as the Performance Nutrition Consultant to the Division I Stony Brook University Seawolves.

FightCamp App Series - Performance Nutrition Path with Chris Algieri

Now, Chris is bringing his expertise to the FightCamp community with his exclusive Performance Nutrition Path available only on the FightCamp App. He is going to be covering everything from fasting and fueling to recovery, sleep optimization, supplements, and more. He’ll even bust some of the biggest myths when it comes to health, fitness, and nutrition so you know what really matters when it comes to optimizing your performance.

Chris reminds us that, “If you’re a professional athlete, a weekend warrior, or an enthusiast, performance matters. Being fit, sharp, and energetic is essential to everything you do in life.”

What Performance Means

FightCamp App Series - Performance Nutrition Path With Chris Algieri

“You want to be able to perform, and I don’t just mean physically. You have to perform whether you’re at work or with your family – being energetic and being fit are all important for everyday life,” Chris explains. “The food that we eat directly affects how our bodies feel. When you feel good, you do good.”

The goal of Chris’ Performance Nutrition Path is to help you make a positive change in your life that will increase your own performance. He is sharing the knowledge and tips you need to make it happen.

Here’s a taste of what to expect:

Chapter 1: Fasting – Not What You Eat, But How

Chris explores the emerging trend in intermittent fasting. He will explain what it means, the different types of fasting, and what impact this has on your body.

Chapter 2: Fueling – Food as Fuel

This chapter is all about shifting the paradigm in your mind to look at food as fuel and how to give your body what it needs to perform at its best.

Chapter 3: Recovery – Food as Medicine

As Chris says, if you’re going to train hard, you have to recover hard. Here he will teach you about optimal nutrition that supports your body’s recovery process.

Chapter 4: Supplements – Maximum Your Performance

When it comes to nutrition, it is always food first. In this chapter, Chris will cover everything you wanted to know about supplements with a whole food approach.

Chapter 5: Sleep – More Sleep, More Gains

The importance of sleep cannot be overstated. Chris will answer real questions from the FightCamp community about the role of sleep in maximizing performance.

FightCamp App Series - Performance Nutrition Path With Chris Algieri

Training for Life

Take your workouts to the next level and train like a fighter with the at-home connected fitness solution used by world champion boxers Mike Tyson and Floyd Mayweather. FightCamp has everything you need to work out on your schedule, with premium boxing equipment and hundreds of on-demand strength, conditioning, kickboxing, boxing, core, and recovery classes led by real fighters. 

FightCamp members also get exclusive access to experts like Chris Algieri, who helps athletes at the top of their game push even higher. His insight into optimizing athletic performance can upgrade your training and your life in ways you never thought possible.  

 As Mike Tyson said - “FightCamp is the next level of training!”

Mollie McGurk

Mollie McGurk is a writer and has trained in boxing, kickboxing, MMA, and HIIT for over 10 years. She has also studied personal training through the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) program.

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