Top nutritionist to speak to local fitness firm’s clients

Okanagan Peak Performance will bring in guest lecturer Dr. Susan Kleiner for a talk on Saturday.

Recognizing the importance nutrition plays in all aspects of optimal fitness and performance a local gym is bringing in a top nutritionist for one day of lectures with their clients.

Dr. Susan Kleiner will present four lectures on Saturda to members of Okanagan Peak Performance Inc. in Kelowna.

Kleiner’s topics of discussion will include:

• Fat Loss – The evidenced-based way to achieve this goal

• Fueling for Performance – What to eat before, during and after training or competition

• Clean Eating – What the literature says regarding current popular nutritional approaches

• Topics for Women – Unique nutritional considerations for women

Kleiner is the co-founder and co-CEO of Vynna; a sports nutrition company by women and for women. She is also the author of seven books, including POWER EATING, The Good Mood Diet and THE POWERFOOD Nutrition Plan.

She is a founder and fellow of the International Society of Sports Nutrition and a fellow of the American College of Sports Medicine and The National Strength and Conditioning Association. She holds a PhD in Nutrition and has served as a consultant to the Seattle Seahawks, Seattle Mariners, Seattle Storm, Seattle Thunderbirds, the Cleveland Browns and Cavaliers, the Miami Heat and countless other athletes.

Clients of Okanagan Peak Performance may attend this special event for free, which includes lunch, snacks, and a signed copy of the Kleiner’s book as a well as a copy of the videos from the day’s presentations. A limited number of tickets are available for sale by emailing athletetraining@shaw.ca or calling 250- 212-2972.

 

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