According to research conducted by scientists at Brigham Young University in Utah, business professionals who followed unhealthy diets were 66% more likely than healthy eaters to experience a dip in productivity.
The PERFORMANCE Management team was present at the HR Directors Business Summit in Birmingham, United Kingdom, between 2 – 4 February, 2016. Consequently, the insights gathered from experts present at the event had been gathered and exposed here, in a series of interviews and articles.
In the last few years, there has been increasing emphasis placed on physical performance, especially when it comes to training and nutrition. However, all throughout this hype, you should not lose focus of what really matters: the quality of your physical training, and its relevance for the purpose you have established. This translates into being aware of what you want to achieve, having first-hand information in the field, and using it in order to make decisions.