For Training and Racing
Thursday, October 4th 6:30pm
$25 for members, $30 for non-members
Fueling your body with adequate nutrition plays an important role in maintaining energy levels, recovery and getting the most out of your training. Proper nutrition will lead to a higher performance. This nutrition workshop will give you the information and tools to build a nutrition training and race plan so you can maximize your training.
This is an add on workshop and can lead into the October Nutrition class for a full, customized nutrition plan.
“I really enjoyed Melanie’s class. She is very knowledgeable in triathlete based nutrition and the facets of training and food discipline needed for the sport. She was able to take the time to address specific concerns and questions from each person while still keeping the class relevant for everyone else. She was also accommodating to personal schedules and made the time for those who couldn’t make it to scheduled class. The program helped me be more aware of my eating and training habits and I feel more confident going into this training season as well as more prepared for long term nutritional needs.” – Emily M.
“We all know that what we do during our workouts matters, but how we fuel our bodies before, after, and during is just as important if not more. Participating in the Nutrition for Athletes class has been an integral part of my training. As someone who has personally and professionally studied various aspects of nutrition for several years, I took the class with a lot of previous knowledge, and still found it to be extremely engaging and valuable. Nutrition research is constantly evolving, and applying this knowledge to your life as an endurance athlete is different. Being able to learn from the experts at Well-Fit, who both know and practice what they teach (with great race results!), has given me a different perspective and new tools to help my body perform at its best. This class is one of the best investments in myself I’ve made in a while, and I would highly encourage others to do the same.” -Erin S.