Are you training for a running race or triathlon? Let me create a nutrition plan that fits your needs, lifestyle, and training plan!
What you’ll get:
If you are being coached on Training Peaks, your coach can share your training plan with me so that I can build your plan around your training schedule.
We will work closely together for 30 days while you track your progress using an online journal, where you can:
✔ Log your food & beverage choices, workouts, and health markers with ease (and receive daily feedback from me)
✔ Share photos of meals, nutrition labels & other nutrition-related info you encounter during your day
✔ Use secure video chat to “meet” with me to answer questions and discuss your progress
✔ Share victories, get encouragement & receive tailored nutrition documents and health information.
$399 for first 4 weeks with the option of continuing for $79/month after the first month, which includes food logging and review by Cindy, unlimited email/messaging with Cindy – great for accountability and staying on track!)
What Cindy’s athletes are saying:
“Although I swam and ran for many years, I had problems with recovery when I started training for endurance events. Cindy’s counseling helped me get more out of my training and go further than I ever thought possible, including 5-hour long mountain bike races. I was pleasantly surprised to find how some simple diet changes could make such a big difference.” Geoff, mountain biker and road cyclist.
“I got great feedback from Cindy on each meal. I have tons of energy and have increased my performance in swimming, biking and running. I would highly recommend working with her to get your nutrition on track. It worked for me!!” Renee, triathlete
” I knew that in order to reach a new level I needed to take a good look at my nutrition – it was not about eating well (or better) it was looking at food as my fuel to push my body to where I wanted to go. I worked with Cindy for 1 month and during this time Cindy took time every day to look at the meals I was logging in. She complemented and made recommendations on how to ensure I was eating everything I needed. She also took a close look at my workout schedule. This made a huge impact as I started also to realize what I needed to eat in order to be able to execute my workouts well. On occasion she would remind me that if I wanted to have a good swim at my masters (early mornings) I needed to have dinner. A simple shake would not be sufficient. Cindy helped me understand that food is fuel, that carbs are my friend and that I need to take care of my body if I want to reach the goals I have set myself.” Stephanie, triathlete