Plant Fuelled Sportspeople and Fitness Personalities to share insights at VegfestUK London

15th July 2019

How best to achieve optimal fitness without animal products? How can those setting their sights on improving their fitness ensure that they are getting all the essential nutrients from plant-based sources for their pursuits?

A number of sportspeople and fitness personalities within the plant-based community will be sharing their insights and experiences into plant-powered fitness at the UK’s flagship vegan festival VegfestUK London on October 26-27 at Olympia London, with a selection of talks and panels discussing a variety of topics aimed at everybody. Whether you are a complete beginner to the plant-based diet, a seasoned bodybuilder or marathon runner who wish to move away from animal-based foods, or a fitness fanatic who aims to get their fitness up to the next level, there is something for you to take home.

There will be altogether 2 fitness sections at the event, one looking primarily at building strength, and the other focusing on attaining endurance. The full lineup of speakers will be announced in September.

Fitness – Strength

The Strength section of the extended Fitness area showcases a number of plant-fuelled bodybuilders who have excelled on an exclusively plant-based diet. They will be hosting a number of talks, Q&A’s and panels discussing topics such as the best foods for bodybuilding, best routines for recovery and muscle building amongst many others.

VegfestUK ever-presents Vegan Bodybuilding will have a stall near the Strength area, with information on training whilst being on a plant-based diet or in transition to such diet. They will also be hosting bodybuilding competitions, which both beginners and advanced bodybuilders are welcome to enter.

The Strength section is sponsored by Vivo Life, who produces 100% plant-based health and fitness products, to help you look and feel awesome without costing the earth. Their repertoire of products includes their best selling PERFORM protein powder and SUSTAIN Plant Based BCAA protein powder. You can find them at the event at stalls CN3 and CN4 on Level 1 of Olympia Central. Visit their website at www.vivolife.co.uk to discover the full range of plant based products.

Fitness – Endurance

In contrast, the Endurance section looks more closely at exercises and suggested foods and routines to increase your endurance levels during workouts and when doing sports.

The UK’s fastest-growing athletic club Vegan Runners will have a stall right next to the Endurance area, with info on running on a plant-based diet, their own events, membership, alongside their running kits.

Confirmed guests also include AG World Champion triathlete Kate Strong, the world’s first female to cycle 24 hours non-stop on a plant-based diet back at VegfestUK London 2016.

Other features at VegfestUK London

Other features of this hugely exciting event include 350 stalls packed with the latest vegan products, a Vegan Food Village with 25 caterers, a New Vegan Support area for beginners to veganism, a Foodies Stage with live music, the Art of Compassion Exhibition, a Holistic Health Hub, Cookery Demos, talks on Plant Based Health, a Natural Therapy Zone, Lifestyle presentations, a Yoga Zone, a Kids Yoga area, talks on Veganic Growing, a Mature Zone, a Kids Area, a Sanctuaries Fair, plus talks on Animal Rights and Activism, Vegan Activists Support, VGN, VGN Climate Change Summit and Movement Building.

Advance tickets for this event will be on sale from August 1st at www.london.vegfest.co.uk/tickets

Each entry ticket includes free access to all talks, cookery demos, panels and live music sessions at the show.

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Plant Powered Expo – February 1st 2nd 2020 @ Olympia London

The organisers of VegfestUK are running a new show Plant Powered Expo next February in the National Hall of Olympia London. This new event celebrates the best of a plant-based way of life with 235 stalls, 12 features and 100 speakers. For more information, visit www.plantpoweredexpo.co.uk

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