Published On: March 7, 2021By 1.7 min read

Performance Centered Nutrition for Snowsports
Date: Thursday, April 8, 2021 from 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm PT

Join us for an in-depth webinar on the understanding of foods that can help our bodies perform best for snowsports. Stacy Phillips, MS, CNS, LN, CSCS will discuss what functional nutrition is and how it relates to snowsports performance. She will go into detail on how nutrition relates to skiing, riding, and training, in addition to what foods can be beneficial to include and avoid to fuel the body properly. Give your body the nutritional tools to perform best, improving your digestion, creating a health microbiome and eliminating blood sugar swings so you can engage the snowsport you enjoy most. 
About Presenter:

Stacy Phillips is a licensed nutritionist, holistic health coach, and strength and conditioning coach focusing on a practical, whole-foods approach in helping clients achieve their performance goals and developing sustainable habits to live a healthy, active and balanced life. She has been working in the fitness and nutrition field since 2004 and started her own business in 2007 helping athletes achieve success in reaching their short-term and long-term goals. Stacy works with endurance and power athletes, working professionals and stay-at-home mom’s, who learn that understanding gut function and listening to their body’s signs and symptoms are critical to seeing long-term results.  

To optimize the body’s performance, it is important to look at gut health. Understanding how your gut is functioning and listening to your body’s signs and symptoms are critical areas that can boost your individualized overall well-being, allowing you to function more optimally and enjoy doing what you love most in life. Stacy works with individuals globally in a collaborative approach, analyzing evidence-based research and clinical understandings to guide therapeutic decisions.

This webinar is specific to all disciplines, open to all levels and members of any division.

Space is limited, register early to reserve your spot.

Registration Cost: $20

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