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Triathlon Nutrition Services
Our six registered dietitians provide the following triathlon nutrition services to runners, triathletes, and other athletes! The Core Diet has been hugely successful as a triathlon diet and in creating IRONMAN race fueling plans. Find out why:
- Nutrition Plan + 1-1 Dietitian Support
- Nutrition Plan + Forum & Member Area Support
- Daily Meal Planning
- Nutrition Plan
- Fueling Plans
- Blood Marker Analysis
- Nutrition Webinars
- NEW: Grass Roots Nutrition Products
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What Our Triathlon Nutrition Clients Say?
I remember laughing when Jesse told me I should weigh 168 pounds in order to perform at my triathlon potential. "Should" and "could" were two very different things in my book. But wouldn't you know that in a 3 month period under Jesse's direction I dropped from 188 pounds to 168, and then raced triathlons during the 2006 season in the mid 160s. The results of the weight loss were immediately evident in my performance at Half Ironman where I logged over a 10 minute improvement from the prior year.
Drew Bennett, Ironman Triathlete
Lost 20lbs in 12 weeks.
Meet The Staff
The Core Diet for Athletes was developed 10 years ago by QT2 Systems coach and founder Jesse Kropelnicki.
Supplements: What We Recommend (And Don't) & Why
Time: 07:00 PM
Many athletes are always looking for that competitive edge above and beyond training. It’s no surprise that the supplement industry reports $5 billion in sales per year! But did you know the federal government doesn’t have much power over the supplements industry? In 1994, the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act passed that prevents these products from the scrutiny and approval given to other drugs. In this webinar we will review the most common used supplements on the athletic market, which ones actually work, and the supplement protocols we use with our athletes.