Andrea Jakešová is a nutritional therapist and co-founder of Ne hladu (No to Hunger) counselling centre. Together with her colleague Veronika Pourova, she wrote the book O výživě (On Nutrition), in which they explain the basics of healthy nutrition in a clear and objective way. Newly, together with other colleagues, they published a cookbook called Vyváženě (In a Balanced Way), which brings 108 recipes for meals with a balanced ratio of proteins, carbohydrates and fats.
It is perhaps because she grew up in the mountains that she cannot imagine her life without movement. She then combined it with psychology, which she studied at Charles University in Prague. She later sealed this connection with a doctoral degree in Kinanthropology* at the Faculty of Physical Education and Sport.
Edita Prošková - physiotherapist, podologist and podiatrist. She graduated from ČVUT (Czech Technical University in Prague) with a bachelor’s degree in physiotherapy and continued to study podiatry* and podology**. In her private practice in Roudnice nad Labem, she deals with acquired as well as congenital foot defects in adults and children. Using exercises and applying podiatric aids she helps rectify the disturbed function of the feet, which influences the state and (in children) also the growth of the entire locomotive system.
Michal Kulka knew how to motivate – himself as well as other people. With a group of friends, he achieved, what seemed impossible to others. On scooters, they completed one of the most difficult cycling races, the Giro d'Italia – 3 600 km, 40 000 metres of climbing, 21 stages - one by one - always a day ahead of the cyclists, no gearing, no hotels, only a tent and four hours of sleep a day at maximum.
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