Lisburn, United Kingdom, November 09, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Good nutrition is essential to good fitness and this truth is recognised by fitness experts and bodybuilders the world over. That’s why top athletes and sports people employ expert nutritionists to constantly monitor and tailor their diet to suit their individual needs at all stages of their training and competition. They know that nutrition planning is a dynamic process and one that is critical to their success.
But for most of us who are keen to reach our full potential in a sport or bodybuilding or even in general fitness, employing a personal nutritionist is simply not an option.
Despite the vast array of sports and fitness products on the market, there is a very limited range of nutrition related tools available. Those that do exist tend to be very expensive or are difficult to use and are not designed with the end-user in mind.
With the launch of Ancore Digital's new program, plan:one, the power of perfect nutrition is now available to everyone.
plan:one has been scientifically developed from the latest in cutting edge sports nutritional research, but there’s nothing complicated about how it works.
Within minutes, a new user can select a professionally designed nutrition plan from the hundreds included in the program. By simply inputting some personal statistics and information, they can produce the nutrition plan fully tailored to match their specific needs.
plan:one also makes it easy to track your fitness progress and as you develop, your nutrition plan is updated to ensure that you continue to make progress and avoid the plateaux that inevitably happen with an inflexible plan. With nutrition, small adjustments can produce major results.
plan:one is guaranteed to produce amazing results and so confident are the promoters that they provide a full access 14 day trial and an unconditional 60 day money-back guarantee.
Full details are available at the plan:one website http://www.startplanone.com where visitors can sign up to receive the weekly newsletter and two exclusive e-books, completely free.