Having Helped 100s of GAA players in getting lean, building muscle and fuelling their performance, I know your struggles:

  1. ❌You feel like your body composition goal is affecting performance - Trying to lose fat leads to you having no energy on the pitch and losing your muscle. Or trying to gain muscle leaves you feeling sluggish and slow, and gaining more fat than muscle.

  2. ❌Without a plan, you feel like you’re constantly second-guessing yourself about things like pre-match meals and supplementation and you know you are leaving performance on the table by not doing everything you can.

  3. ❌You’re overwhelmed by the amount of information out there on the internet, and don’t know how to apply it to you as an individual, or where to go for answers.

❌ As you know, this leads to frustration, lack of confidence and that hard-to-shake feeling that you’re not reaching your full potential as a player. ❌

Here’s What You Need:

  1. An individual plan, that takes into account your individual needs and goals, based on the latest performance nutrition science, made simple for you, and brought into a GAA context.

  2. Accountability from regular progress-tracking, encouragement, and feedback, as well as education along the way (so that you can manage your own nutrition going forward).

  3. Someone you can go to with questions, who has dealt with GAA players ranging from sub-bench to starting 15, right up to county level.

✅ Leading to you enjoying your food, fuelling your training and matches, knowing that you’ve ticked all the boxes, and ultimately, reaching your potential as a player! ✅

That’s Where I Come in:

My name is Conor O’Neill and I’m a nutritionist who helps GAA athletes to get leaner, build muscle and fuel their performance.

I’ve worked with inter-county GAA teams and top level club teams, helping them to optimise their nutrition for performance, and I’ve helped hundreds of individual players outside of that.

I’ve also played at a high level myself, having won an All-Ireland club medal and various provincial and county medals with my Club Team, Crossmaglen Rangers.

I don’t tell you this to brag. I tell you it to say that I know what it takes to make it at the top level, and I know the struggles that come along with getting in shape and optimising your performance for GAA.

The Gaelic Athlete Nutrition Coaching Program

This is my 12-week online program, where GAA players not only make huge progress with body composition and performance, but also get the education, and the resources needed to continue with this progress after the program is finished.

Here’s what’s involved:


1. An individualised nutrition plan for you, including everything you need, from calorie and macronutrient breakdowns, to supplement advice, eating plans, recipes and more, based on your in-depth consultation questionnaire.


2. A check-in with me each week, through email and a tracking spreadsheet, where we track and assess your progress, help keep you on track, and get back to you with feedback and any changes to your plan for going forward.


3. Access to the private Facebook group, where each week I give a live, interactive lecture on a specific nutrition topic, where you can watch live and ask questions, or view later, educating yourself through the process.


4. Access to The Gaelic Athlete Gym Programs, which I’ll advise on, based on your goals, experience level, time of season, and how many days you have available for the gym. (Optional if you already follow a separate gym program.)


5. Access to me via email, throughout the program, as well as chances to book in a phone or Skype call if you feel like you want to go through something.


6. Access to helpful resources like the Gaelic Athlete Cookbook, my supplement guide, and my exercise database.


But more than all that, you’ll optimise your performance, recovery and body composition more than ever before, and you’ll learn how to keep making progress by yourself. You’ll gain the satisfaction of knowing you’ve ticked all the boxes going into training and matches, and knowing you’ve done everything you can to be the best player you can be.

So let’s talk pricing:

  • I know nutritionists who charge £100 per hour to see them in-person (I’ve charged it myself).

  • I know trainers who charge £1000 monthly for one-to-one sessions.

  • I even know “online coaches” who’ll sell you a ready-made (non-individualised) plan who charge £250+ per month.

    And whilst my program isn’t a budget service, the above things are beyond what you need to reach your goals as a GAA Athlete.

    As we mentioned, what you need is a Plan, Accountability and Someone you can go to, who has your best interest at heart.

For that, if you’re not willing to invest the price of a coffee or protein bar each day (about £3/day) into your performance and body composition goals, then sorry, but you’re probably not right for the program.


Now is Your Chance:

If you’ve been saying, “Yes, that’s me!” and “That’s what I need”, during reading this, you know that now is the time to take action!

  1. Fill in the application form at the bottom of the page.

  2. I’ll send you an email within 24 hours, to let you know if you’re suitable, if there are currently spaces available, and payment options.

  3. From there, we’ll get your payment locked in, and I’ll send over instructions for your questionnaire, food log etc.

  4. I’ll create your bespoke plan, send over your starter pack, and we’ll get the ball rolling.

  5. We’ll check in each week via email/shared spreadsheet, tracking your progress, addressing any issues and making any changes we need to along the way!

  6. You make more progress than ever before, you start to perform at your highest level and learn how to manage your nutrition for the rest of your life!

So, I’m presuming you’re ready to get stuck in. Fill in the form below, and I’ll get back to you within 24 hours, to let you know if you’re suitable, if there are spots available (I cap numbers to ensure you get the attention you need), payment options, and the next steps!

Name *
Are you ready and willing to invest the price of a cup of coffee or a protein bar daily (about £3 per day), toward achieving your performance and body composition goals? *