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Category: Athlete Nutrition

Athlete and Sports Dietitian Practices and Lives W...

Sandy, Utah native Heidi Strickler was planning to major in Physical Therapy when she went to Seattle Pacific University on a soccer scholarship, but she […]

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A Different Perspective for Athletes to Consider: ...

Distance runner Gary Reinl’s meticulous reporting destroyed the long-held practice of rest and ice for healing injuries, restoring the natural course of healing by the […]

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Word-Record Holder, Ultra-Distance Runner Shares H...

Valmir Nunes has been running ultra-distance races [Editor Note: Ultra-distance races are longer than 26-mile marathons, typically 50-100 miles and longer] for nearly half his […]

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Ultrarunner/Clinical Nutritionist Offers His Take ...

Dr. Carwyn Sharp traces his interest in nutrition to his undergraduate days when he earned a Bachelor of Applied Science in Human Movement Studies at […]

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Improving Nutrition Habits for High School, Colleg...

Tavis Piattoly, who played football and other sports in high school, dropped 50 pounds in the summer after he graduated, before he enrolled in Louisiana […]

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Competing and Continuing Education Drive the Unive...

Lindsey Remmers was playing volleyball and majoring in nutrition at Winthrop University when she asked a professor about career possibilities that combine sports and nutrition. […]

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2010 and 2012 NCAA Football Champion University of...

Amy Bragg was the eighth full-time college sports dietitian in the entire US when she was hired at Texas A&M in 2004, a position created […]

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World Champion San Francisco Giants Count on The R...

The MLB (Major League Baseball) Defending World Champion San Francisco Giants, with a strong emphasis on nutrition and hydration, turn to The Right Stuff® when […]

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Athletic Excellence in College Depends on Optimal ...

Randy Bird started a biology major at Virginia Tech because he planned to go to medical school, maybe becoming an orthopedic surgeon so he could […]

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Is a 100 Mile Run a Long Enough Race to Really Cha...

Phil Rosenstein decided he wanted to do an Ironman triathlon in 2004, before he even knew the length of the race. “I ran cross-country in […]

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