HARDIE PEAK PERFORMANCE

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    Results Based Packs

    You're ready to make some changes, but where do you begin?  You know prepackaged foods aren't great for you, but what do you eat instead when you don't have any extra time?  Understand how your personal health or performance situation affects which foods you need.  These sessions are great for people wanting to understand the "why's" behind what to eat for optimal functioning and how to make that process efficiently happen.

    Packages

    Everything and Kitchen Sink Reboot

    Session Length: six 1 hour sessions – all in person

    Session 1: Review food journal and intake form, identify client’s short- and long-term goals and “why” behind them, get to know client, clarify goal for Personal Reboot, pantry assessment, identify cravings and replacements, create staple grocery list

    Session 2: Evaluate calendar alignment with personal goals/”why”, discuss potential barriers in calendar commitments with achieving personal goals and problem solve any barriers, make “cravings replacement” snack, create meal plan for the next week with corresponding grocery list

    Session 3: Evaluate prior week’s meal plan, make breakfast, discuss physical movement and sleep, create physical activity plan and meal plan for the next week with corresponding grocery list

    Session 4: Evaluate prior week’s meal plan, make lunch, discuss psychosocial barriers and lunch alternatives, create physical activity plan and meal plan for the next week with corresponding grocery list

    Session 5: Evaluate prior week’s meal plan, make dinner, discuss and create support system and accountability partner (who is invited to join session to make dinner), create physical activity plan and meal plan for the next week with corresponding grocery list, transition to wrap-up

    Session 6: Evaluate prior week’s meal plan, evaluate plan going forward, recap themes from sessions, wrap-up program

    Work Break Restart

    Session Length: six 40 minute sessions all conducted over phone or video conferencing

    Session 1: Review food journal and intake form, identify client’s short- and long-term goals and “why” behind them, get to know client, clarify goal for Personal Reboot, virtual pantry assessment, identify cravings and replacements, create staple grocery list

    Session 2: Evaluate calendar alignment with personal goals/”why”, discuss potential barriers in calendar commitments with achieving personal goals and problem solve any barriers, discuss snack ideas based upon cravings identified

    Session 3: Evaluate prior week’s meal plan, discuss breakfast ideas, discuss physical movement and sleep, create physical activity plan and meal plan for the next week with corresponding grocery list

    Session 4: Evaluate prior week’s meal plan, discuss psychosocial barriers and lunch alternatives, create physical activity plan and meal plan for the next week with corresponding grocery list

    Session 5: Evaluate prior week’s meal plan, discuss dinner ideas, discuss and create support system and accountability partner, create physical activity plan and meal plan for the next week with corresponding grocery list, transition to wrap-up

    Session 6: Evaluate prior week’s meal plan, evaluate plan going forward, recap themes from sessions, wrap-up program

    Maintenance Plan:

    Includes: two 30 minute phone or video conferencing calls with weekly meal planning including corresponding grocery lists and recipes

    Plan ‘n Prep Kick Start

    Session Length: six 1 hour sessions – 3 in person and 3 via phone or video conferencing

    Session 1 (in person): Review food journal and intake form, identify client’s short- and long-term goals and “why” behind them, get to know client, clarify goal for Personal Reboot, pantry assessment, identify cravings and replacements, create staple grocery list

    Session 2 (over phone): Evaluate calendar alignment with personal goals/”why”, discuss potential barriers in calendar commitments with achieving personal goals and problem solve any barriers, create meal plan for the next week with corresponding grocery list

    Session 3 (in person): Evaluate prior week’s meal plan, make cravings replacement snack, discuss physical movement and sleep, create physical activity plan and meal plan for the next week with corresponding grocery list

    Session 4 (over phone): Evaluate prior week’s meal plan, discuss psychosocial barriers and lunch alternatives, create physical activity plan and meal plan for the next week with corresponding grocery list

    Session 5 (in person): Evaluate prior week’s meal plan, make lunch or dinner, discuss and create support system and accountability partner (who is invited to join session to make dinner), create physical activity plan and meal plan for the next week with corresponding grocery list, transition to wrap-up

    Session 6 (over phone): Evaluate prior week’s meal plan, evaluate plan going forward, recap themes from sessions, wrap-up program

    A la carte

    Grocery Shopping Tour: Learn the most time efficient way to shop as well as the best way to select ingredients when an overwhelming amount of options from which to choose exists.  Cut down grocery bills even while buying higher quality foods.  Decrease spoiled food in the fridge when shopping smart with plan.

    Food Prep: You have the plan, the list, and the ingredients – how do you get it all together in as little time as possible and make it taste good? Most of us haven’t been taught knife skills, which is key for efficient food prep.  Learn which knives to use when, which equipment you actually need, cooking techniques, how to properly season and balance your food regardless of what the recipe lists, and how to fix any recipe once you discover how to balance flavors while chopping and prepping ingredients for two meals and/or snacks.

    In-home cooking series: Get a few friends together to learn cooking techniques and nutrition information specific to a new meal each week for four weeks.  Each session lasts 60-90 minutes depending on the group size (up to four adults or children) and menu

     

    In-home cooking session: Get a few friends together to learn cooking techniques and nutrition information specific to a new meal.  Session lasts 60-90 minutes depending on the group size (up to four adults or children) and menu