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Enrolling now for Fall 2024 Races!

FUEL YOUR BODY CONFIDENTLY to run STRONG on race day!

This 3-month nutrition coaching program will help you learn how to fuel for your upcoming race & still have energy for

everyday life pursuits.

LIMITED SPOTS AVAILABLE!

Running a
Fall 2024 race?

Fuel confidently to run strong on race day.

Training for a half or full marathon is no easy feat. You put in months of training, dedication, stamina, and mental toughness to just get to the start line. Let's make sure you get the most out of training and still have energy for your family, friends, and weekend activities.

 

Are you training for a race in September, October, November, December 2024?  Do you feel confused about how to eat as a runner and get the most out of your training? Let me help you feel confident in knowing how to eat to support your training and feel energized on race day.

RACE SEASON NUTRITION COACHING

THIS PROGRAM IS FOR YOU IF YOU...

  • Are training for a half or full marathon in September, October, November or December 2024.

  • Feel confused about how to eat as a runner on a day-to-day basis and how to fuel for your upcoming race.

  • Find yourself under eating or overeating and not sure how to stop raiding the pantry/binge eating.

  • Experience stomach problems on runs and want to avoid GI issues on race day.

  • Want to feel confident with your fueling & hydration plan on race day to set a new PR!

  • Know your nutrition is holding you back from getting the most out of your training and prevent injuries.

Limited Time Only! 

Enroll today for $99.

Then, 3-monthly payments of $299 (after 30 days)

SET A NEW PR ON RACE DAY!

Now is the time to learn how to fuel as a runner and create a fueling plan that works for you.

What you'll learn:

What and how much to eat for your level of training. Learn to create everyday balanced, satisfying meals & snacks.

Master your fueling before, during and after your runs so you get the most out of your training and recover faster.

Create personalized race day fueling & hydration plan.

Train your stomach & prevent GI issues on race day. 

Find your self raiding the pantry? Or mindlessly eating at night? You'll learn the most common reasons why this happens and strategies to prevent overeating.

Learn nutrition strategies for preventing and overcoming injuries so you can continue to run for years to come.

Since learning to fuel properly, my GI issues have resolved and I no longer have intense cravings or episodes of binge eating. I no longer fear that certain foods will cause me stomach problems giving me freedom to eat things like dairy without reserve. have found myself able to complete harder workouts while recovering quicker and feel more energized throughout the day so I can give more of

myself to my family.

Robin, marathon runner

READY TO GET STARTED?

What we'll cover: 

Session 1 - How to create balanced meals & snacks. How to know if you're eating enough or too much?

Session 2 - What, when, how much to eat before and after your run

Session 3 - How much & what to eat during your run and training your stomach

Session 4 - Preventing and overcoming stomach and GI issues

Session 5 - Hydration & electrolytes - determining your fluid needs & making adjustments based on weather

Session 6 - Fueling your long runs and Carbohydrate loading

Session 7 - Meal planning during a busy training season

Session 8 - Understanding hunger & fullness signs - when you need to eat even if you don't feel hungry 

Session 9 - Finalizing your race day fueling plan

Session 10 - Final race day prep, Q&A 

*Sessions will be a combination of pre-recorded video modules and group coaching calls.

 

**Group coaching calls will be a combination of live presentations, Q&A, and workshop style where you'll have the opportunity to actively create a personalize plan on the call. All calls are recorded and will be available for replay with lifetime access so you can come back again and again. 

Let's Get
Started

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