Eat to Compete® is a powerful Sports Nutrition Education and Training program designed by athletes for athletes. Since 1993, we have been a leader in Sports Nutrition Education for student athletes and staff at schools.
The Eat to Compete® Program operates on the simple premise that increased nutrition knowledge contributes to improved athletic performance. The more you understand sports nutrition fundamentals, the more you stand to improve.
We teach your student athletes to maintain nutrition awareness by organizing concepts into 18 Topics that are immediately familiar and memorable to student athletes. Everyday meal and snack choices present opportunities for your students to apply sports nutrition science to their training regimen.
We are consistently praised by Coaches, Athletic Directors and Administrators for engaging students with material that directly relates to the real-life experiences of student athletes. Topics structured around Caffeine, Alcohol, Supplements, Weight Loss, Fast Food, Water Intake, Lean Protein, Dietary Needs, Snacks, Recovery, and Pre-Game Meal Planning empower student athletes to apply sports nutrition best practices to familiar daily routines.
The EAT TO COMPETE® Program has been delivered to tens of thousands of students at more than 375 colleges, universities, sports clubs and athletic teams.
Consistently praised as THE ATHLETE’S SPORTS NUTRITION PROGRAM, we are an indispensible part of every athlete's training regimen.Get in touch
We LOVED having you. Not only was your information great, but what made it great was we could tell your passion for what you do! Having passion like yours made us all truly "buy in" to the importance of nutrition and it's effects on performance. Thank you for such a great presentation and if I can ever be a reference for you please let me know!
Christine SteinesHead Softball Coach, Otterbein University
Thank you. We got a lot of positive feedback about your program.
Jim PeeplesAthletic Director, Piedmont College
Thank you Tim. Our department and student-athletes took a lot away from your presentations. One of the best we had on our campus.
All the best to you,
Julie JohnsonAthletic Director, Ripon College