The food you eat is directly related to the energy you can expend.

You need energy to accomplish and improve the key aspects of any sport: speed, endurance, agility, coordination, and power. I want to work with you to make the most of your training. 

 Performance Nutrition Focus Areas:

  • Optimize performance

  • Training nutrition

  • Competition nutrition

  • Off-season nutrition

  • Nutrient timing

  • Macro and micronutrient recommendations

  • Body composition changes

  • Nutrition for recovery

  • Pre and post workout nutrition

  • Proper nutrition for your sport

  • Discussion about supplements

  • Individualized meal guides


You already train like an athlete, learn to eat like one too.

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1-on-1 sessions

Work with me to gain knowledge and skills to accomplish your nutrition and fitness goals. During these sessions, we will discuss what changes need to be made and how best to make them.

accountability package

Do you feel like you know what to do, but need someone to keep you accountable to stay on track? This route is all about habit building so that you see changes, and so the changes stick.

grocery Store Tour

I come shopping with you to help you face the questions you have about labels, marketing schemes, and gimmicks that fill the shelves of the store.

Pantry Makeover

Let me help you set yourself up for success at home by looking at your food and what improvements can be made.

Take the next step in your health journey because, after all, you are worth it.

Personalized Training Program

Get the help you need to take your fitness to the next level and reach your competition goals.
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Events & Groups

Journey with others toward your health goals.
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A registered dietitian's credentials are earned through rigorous coursework, over 1200 hours of internship, and passing a national exam. In this experience, RDs are taught how food affects the body on all levels, including how food is crucial in the prevention and solution to many health complications including obesity, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes, heart disease, allergies, and gastrointestinal problems. RDs must also maintain their credentials through continuing education to ensure that the information you are getting is up to date.

Anyone can call themselves a nutritionist. Some have formal nutrition education or certifications while others are just trying to sell you a supplement or product. I advise you to be aware of who you are taking nutrition advice from, and ask for their credentials to ensure that you are getting advice that is safe and effective.