Individual nutrition consulting providing professional help to get you on track with your race weight goals and race week nutrition planning.
Coach Lisa Wright has a Masters degree in nutrition, is a registered dietitian and licensed nutritionist. In addition, she is a USAT, USAC and Ironman U certified coach and a big time triathlete herself! She has helped many athletes manage their weight, target weight goals and create fueling plans for their big race day!
60 minute consultation via phone or video conferencing with e-mail support for 1 month after assessment; a complete assessment of needs, dietary analysis, supplement evaluation, training assessment, determination of 1-2 areas of focus.
It also includes two follow up sessions which are 30 minute consultations via phone, FaceTime or Skype; review of modifications, additional recommendations to fine-tune goals. Make any necessary adjustments based on changes in goals and/or training.
The dietitian will work with the athlete 2-3 months (or longer) prior to goal race or event. This assessment includes a 60-minute consultation, fueling strategies and guidelines, a "gut training” guideline which is especially helpful for those with sensitive GI tracts, fluid and electrolyte recommendations, nutrition and hydration the week before the event and recovery nutrition. This package Includes two 30-minute follow-up sessions and ongoing email support to monitor progress. Please sign up for the Initial Nutrition Assessment prior to signing up for this package.
This package includes everything in the Initial Assessment and the Race Week Nutrition Assessment. This is the most comprehensive evaluation an athlete could need to get their overall and race day nutrition in order.
Additional follow-up session to any of the previous packages.
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Assessment of fluid and electrolyte needs with the help of the Gatorade GX Sweat Patch. Athlete should already have nutrition preferences for race down pat or have gone through the Race Week Nutrition Assessment. This 30 minute assessment will take the guess work out of how much fluid and sodium an athlete needs on race day and how to translate that with their current nutrition products.