Affordable supplements make training easier
(PRWEB UK) 4 September 2012
The Supplement Centre is seeing a rise in those that view discount supplements even though the London 2012 Olympic Games have ended. The legacy of the event remains strong in many people’s minds and the sheer determination and skill on display from athletes around the world has given those in training themselves an extra source of inspiration and motivation.
The Olympic Games Impact Study – (Pre-Games edition) which was put together by the Economic and Social Research Council and released in October 2010 predicted that the Games would have a significant impact on the health, nutrition and exercise of the nation as a whole.
The assessment of impact was directly concerned with the legacy promises for the London 2010 Olympic and Paralympic games. These legacy promises included the intention to make the UK a “world-class sports nation” incorporating “elite success and mass participation”, amongst other long and short term goals.
The study also touched on traits relating to nutrition and the overall fall in healthier diets. It can be surmised that the decline can be attributed to a lack of awareness of nutritional needs.
While some disappointing elements were discovered as part of the pre-Game Report, particularly the evidence of poor nutritional awareness, there were on-going goals or “promises” which looked to address this and push the UK to the forefront of the sporting world.
The Supplement Centre has indeed seen an increase in sales and enquiries since the Games began therefore it is apparent that the legacy promises are already on their way to being fulfilled. The expectation that individuals would take a renewed interest in training and sports nutrition has come about as the Economic and Social research Council assumed that it would and more and more people are looking to change their lifestyle to a healthier one.
The Supplement Centre is doing their part by increasing the availability of affordable top quality nutritional supplements.Protein Powder from supplement centre for example can currently be found at competitive prices that are below the recommended retail price. You can now buy whey protein at a fraction of the original price and there is an on-going promotion for Facebook “likers” of the brand who achieve a 5% discount for joining the Facebook page.
The Olympic Games have spurred people on with regards to making the decision to pursue a healthier lifestyle, and the Supplement Centre are there to facilitate and support those in training from the beginning and throughout their fitness journey.
Mohammed “Mo” Farah is the current ten thousand metre and five thousand metre Olympic champion. Jessica Ennis, MBE is the current Olympic heptathlon champion, and Helen Glover and Heather Stanning shot to Olympic fame for winning the first gold medal for Team GB in the women’s coxless pairs. These athletes all achieved amazing feats of athletic prowess which were the results of years of hard work, determination and natural skill.
Not everyone can achieve an Olympic gold medal however anyone can aim for gold and in doing so may need a hand to balance their health and nutritional needs with their determination and this is where the Supplement Centre comes into play.
You can view discount supplements on the Supplement Centre website and will find a wealth of information to help you make the right choice when it comes to which nutritional supplements are best for your needs.
For more information please visit http://www.supplementcentre.com or call 01253 729732.