Are you confused by all of the athlete sports nutrition information online? Are you wondering which info applies to you and your goals?
Are you feeling exhausted by the end of the training week, pushing yourself to make it through training?
Are you frustrated by a lack of progress building muscle or losing weight?
Are you tired of spending money on supplements that you aren't sure are worth the money?
Do you feel like something is missing in your eating plan that could be the key to propel you to the next level of performance? To the next PR? To the next big win?
Find the solution in a personal sports nutrition dietitian consultant coach!
RDKate Sports Nutrition provides a sports nutritionist and dietitian to help all athletes of every level learn what to eat, when to eat it and when to supplement...on competition days, training days and every other day.
Using a food-first approach, RDKate Sports Nutrition shows athletes how to fuel their bodies quickly and easily.
Find clarity, understanding, and RELIEF by adding a nutrition coach to your team.
Stay in touch with RDKate Sports Nutrition with great athlete nutrition tips, awesome recipes and more! (**Plus, get a free handout on pre-exercise eating when you sign up!)
RDKate Sports Nutrition has been quoted in:
-Competitive Runner magazine
-Runner's World magazine
-Chicago Athlete magazine
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Stay in touch with RDKate Sports Nutrition with great athlete nutrition tips, awesome recipes and more!
“Coach Kate demonstrated that she not only had a breadth and depth of knowledge in the field of sports nutrition, but also that she was capable of applying that to the challenging situations offered by elite athletes, and that is a talent that marks her out as exceptional. I have no hesitation in recommending her and I am certain she will excel in whatever tasks she undertakes.”
-Sally Parsonage, Former Head of Nutrition Division at IMG Academies
"The RDKate Sports Nutrition approach to nutrition is outstanding! They believe in fixing the diet before turning to supplements and educate the athlete, the coaches and the parents to provide a team approach to success. RDKate is an asset to any team!"
-Mark Florence "Flo", Head Athletic Trainer, Naperville Central High School
“As a medical researcher and an international scientist for Red Bull sponsored professional endurance athletes, I have had the opportunity to work with Coach Kate as we provide medical and sports performance testing for her clients. Based on my direct experience with Kate, I have found her to be very professional and knowledgeable in the area of sports nutrition. Her clients rave about her ability to set attainable goals and problem solve dietary challenges in ways that help them achieve long-term success. I personally find her very easy to communicate with.”
-Craig Broeder PhD, FACSM, FNAASO, Founder and CEO of Exercising Nutritionally, LLC, Research Scholar for Northern Illinois University
“A sports RD from RDKate Sports Nutrition worked with athletes that I coached while I was at North Central College and had great report with them as well as success in helping several women navigate proper eating habits to help improve their ability to train and recover. When I started at University of Chicago and we had a student-athlete weekend in which we needed an athlete focused nutrition talk. I immediately thought of RDKate. She was organized, timely, and provided a lot of helpful information about the difference of nutrition needs for athletes and non-athletes. Not only did we receive great feedback from athletes but the parents were extremely grateful that we found someone so professional to provide information for the incoming student-athletes.”
-Stephen Fleagle, Assistant Coach Cross Country/Track & Field, Sprints/Jumps, University of Chicago
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