SPREAD YOUR INCOME – Invest In Real Estate

Probably it has dawned on you that your sporting career will come to an end at some point. Remember, your salary will only be available to you for an average of 8-12 years depending on the sport you engage in. Isn’t this all the reason you need to make multiplying your revenue channels a priority item?

Does making money while you sleep sound interesting? Imagine watching money flow into your bank account as you are away on safari with your loved ones. This passive income can be yours if you invest wisely and at the same time minimize your involvement. Passive income does sound like a dream come true and One way of making it a reality is through Real Estate Investment.

There are several good reasons why you might want to invest in real estate in Kenya.

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What would happen if you stopped eating and still training? You would probably not train for one week. We eat to nourish our bodies and to improve performances in specific aspects of our lives. Our bodies are like machines and they need to be fed properly. Good nutrition is fueling the body with the correct amount of food, best quality and at the right time. Under Nourishing is when you do not take the required amount of food. Most Sportspeople do not take keen interest on proper nutrition and that negatively affects their Sports performance.

Here are the effects of under nourishing….

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As a sports person I know match days are the most important days of the season. You need energy but you also do not want to be bloated or left feeling very heavy or constipated which might affect your performance. We have said your nutrition highly impacts your performance. The main focus on this day is what to eat and what time to eat. Most times sports people will need to carb load and hydrate days to the match day to store enough glycogen and to avoid dehydration on the actual day. Eat enough carbohydrates a few days to the event to make sure we have enough stores since you cannot eat much on the actual day. Some of the carbs to consume 24 hours- 48 hours’ prior the game include rice, sweet potatoes, arrowroots, pasta and potatoes.

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What are they saying

Biko Adema

Nondies RFC Rugby Player

I was excited to join Momentum Sports Africa's platform and build my professional brand further through their support and guidance. The nutritional advice I got has allowed me to consider the most appropriate diet choices based around my daily schedules.

Benson Salem

Nondies RFC Rugby Player

I am privileged and excited to be working with Momentum Sports Africa in building my brand as a sports person. I got equipped with the right information about Nutrition so that I can be in perfect health to compete effectively and I’m looking forward for more.

Fidens Onyango

Nondies RFC Rugby Player

I enjoyed the Profile interview as I got to share a little about my personal life as well as my sports life and it was the first step of building my brand as a Sportsperson. The Nutrition interview was quite educational as I got to learn a lot about the best foods to eat at different times of the day during both on and off-season.

Ian Mumbwani

Nondies RFC Rugby Player

Momentum Sports Africa is a professional organisation and breath of fresh air in the sporting scene, I am stoked to have worked with them in an upcoming production that has given athletes like myself a platform to create my own brand as well as equip me with the right information in as far as Body Nutrition is concerned, I am excited and can't wait until it's out. Thank you MSA.