Fueling for Winter Training, by Kristen Arnold MS, RDN, CSSD

Each chunk of the season comes with its own challenges and opportunities. For endurance athletes, winter is often the time of year for long, slow, distance endurance miles, strength training, and indoor trainer or treadmill workouts. Proper nutrition and fueling … Read More

Ten Tips To Help You Benefit From Your Fitness Routine, By Marni Sumbal, MS, RD, CSSD

10 ways you are sabotaging your fitness routine. Breaking news: regular exercise is good for your physical and mental well-being. Okay, you probably already knew this. Research has shown that daily exercise comes with a long list of health benefits: promoting better … Read More

Offseason Nutrition, by Kristen Arnold MS, RDN, CSSD

The pursuit of athletic performance is an all-year commitment. The offseason is a time to reflect and relax but cannot go neglected. This time is an important part of the season to achieving athletic goals. Successful athletes look at the … Read More

In The Spotlight – Meghan Fillnow

We have been following Kelly Fillnow’s twin sister Meghan for a few years. Meghan is quite an accomplished athlete and has been making herself widely known in the ironman competitions during 2019. Meghan (NAFC, USAT, and RRCA certified) grew up … Read More

How is Cocoa Processed? By Ashley Reaver, MS, RD, CSSD

Do you know how that delicious chocolate gets into your cabinet? You may be surprised to know that chocolate actually tastes nothing like the plant it originally comes from, the cacao tree. In this blog, we’ll walk you through how … Read More

Why Masters Athletes Need More Protein, by Katie Elliott, MS, RD

Introduction For those of you who don’t race triathlon, it is true that amateur triathletes have to wear their age on the back of their calf. Some 40+ athletes cringe at the thought of divulging their years on earth, but … Read More