Learn how nutrition can give you a competitive edge


Whether you are training for a marathon, triathlon, Cross Fit competition or just trying to stay fit as you age, getting the right sports nutrition is essential to fuel your body for optimal performance, energy and reduced risk of injury.

Join us for this FREE workshop – space is limited so please register below to claim your spot.

Time: 6:30 pm

Place: Performance Therapy (1 Caledon, Ct Greenville)


  • How to eat a balanced diet to fuel your training & life
  • Why Blood Sugar is so important
  • How Oxidative Stress can sabotage your training effort
  • How to improve Gut Health so that you can digest the nutrients you need to perform and to avoid GI distress during competition.
  • Anti-inflammatory foods to reduce muscle soreness and prevent colds and flu
  • Energy requirements for training before, during and after
  • Suggested Whole Food supplements
  • Recipes and handouts at the end of the session



Abby Russell

Abby completed her Bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training from Appalachian State University allowing her to complete both her national board exam to practice as a Certified Athletic Trainer and a Certified Strength and Conditioning Coach.  She went on to work as the Head Athletic Trainer in the high school setting for four years.  She remains involved in the Sports Medicine field with St. Francis Health System providing on-field assessment, treatment and care of athletic injuries as well as giving educational talks on nutrition and injury prevention to a variety of community groups and events. Abby is also a Wellness Coach and serves as a Health Management Consultant for Marsh & McLennan Agency. Abby is a competitive runner and triathlete and enjoys backpacking and hiking.

Chris DeHollander

Chris completed her Bachelor’s degree in Engineering from Temple University and worked as an engineer for 9 years before she left her career to pursue Nutrition.  She attended the Institute of Integrative Nutrition in NYC and graduated as a Board Certified Holistic Health Coach and a member of the Association of Drugless Practitioners.  Chris continued her love of learning by studying functional nutrition for two years with Andrea Nakayama from Holistic Nutrition Lab.  The Full Body Systems course took her understanding of the body and nutrition to another level. Chris is always looking to get to the root cause of whatever is going on with someone’s health and views the body as a systemic organism and know that all organs, glands, and systems affect each other.  “Let food be thy medicine” her my mantra.  She is the founder of Nourish2live Health Coaching, teaches group fitness classes and is a competitive runner and triathlete.