Race Day Performance

For athletes who are serious about chasing their next PR

Imagine if you could finish your goal race with your goal result at the end - no hitting the wall, no muscle cramps, no tummy troubles.

Tell me if you've been here before...

You know you’re supposed to fuel for your race, but you’re overwhelmed by the choices available and the confusing information about how to take them. Not to mention that the ones you’ve tried just don't seem to work for you.

You’ve trained for months for races before, only to hit the wall, have muscle cramps, or end up running to every toilet on the course.

You can’t quite seem to reach that goal you’ve had for ages now (be it a personal record, a BQ, or just finishing that distance) and you know that if you had the right fuel and hydration, it’d be much easier.

You know you’re supposed to fuel for your race, but you’re overwhelmed by the choices available and the confusing information about how to take them. Not to mention that the ones you’ve tried just don't seem to work for you.

What if race day came and…

You knew what and how much to eat in the days leading up to the race, even if you were traveling to it

Your race day breakfast gave you energy without upsetting your stomach

You fueled with the right products at the right time so that you never hit the wall or needed to urgently use the toilets on course

You had a hydration plan that prevented muscle cramps and the side effects of dehydration

You weren’t super sore as you crossed the finish line - and you weren’t wincing in pain every time you went up/down the stairs the following day

You spent your mental energy worrying about the weather forecast instead of what your fueling strategy should be and if it would send you to the toilet

Need a plan for your race or endurance event? My Race Day Performance Package is designed for athletes who want the confidence that comes with knowing exactly what, when, and how to eat and drink on race day in order to perform at their best. After all, the right nutrition can make or break your performance!!

 

Note: this package is best started at least 6-10 weeks prior to your event.

The details...

1 60-minute initial consultation

We’ll take a deep dive into your race day plans and goals, current fuel/hydration strategy, and previous race day (or training) nutrition/hydration challenges. We’ll start by loosely designing a fueling strategy that addresses those concerns and helps you reach those goals. I’ll give you knowledge and tools so you can start to practice for race day right away.

Race Day Plan

Go into race day confident that you’re fueled up right. We’ll write out the plan for your race - guidelines on what to eat in the days leading up to the race, what to eat and drink on race day morning, what/when/how much to eat + drink on course, and how to refuel when you’re finished.

Discount on performance labs (if desired)

25% off at InsideTracker using my unique code. Plus we’ll talk about your results and what to eat to improve those numbers.

1 30-minute follow-up meeting

We’ll meet about a week before your race to finalize the plan for race day

Take Home Resources

I’ll set you up with knowledge + tools to help you be successful. (Things like handouts, worksheets, calculators, etc.)

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The first step to get started is to book your FREE strategy session here.

TESTIMONIALS

I use Jackie’s plan for long runs and races, and I’m so thankful I found her - she was an awesome source of information and being a runner herself, understood a lot of what her clients needs are.

- Annonymous; marathon runner!

I feel my digestion has been better and I have a much healthier attitude about food. I did a reset on my eating habits, eating a wider variety of fruits, vegetables and probiotic foods, while also indulging without guilt when I want to. I don't feel bad about myself if I have something that I don't perceive as the healthiest option - I just enjoy it! I have also found some great options for pre run and during the run nutrition to keep me going on long runs and early morning runs.

Emily, marathon runner