Heart rate training and sport nutrition seminar announced
TAHOE CITY, Calif. andamp;#8212; Join Alpenglow Sports and Tahoe Peak Endurance for a two-part seminar on heart rate training and sport nutrition on Monday, June 18, 6:30 p.m., 415 North Lake Blvd., in Tahoe City. This is a free community event and athletes of all ages and types are encouraged to attend. Part of Adventure Sports Week Tahoe, the seminar will cover everything you need to know about heart rate training and how to keep you fueled, healthy and recovered for your next adventure. Whether you are an ultra-runner, triathlete, cyclist, or backpacker, enjoy food and drink while learning from some of Lake Tahoeandamp;#8217;s finest athletic resources. Each talk will last 30 minutes with a Qandamp;A afterwards. Part 1: andamp;#8220;Training to the Beat of your Own Heartandamp;#8221; with Colleen Conners-Pace. Colleen is certified as an exercise physiologist, Level 1 USA Triathlon Coach, is also a certified ACSM health fitness instructor, an EMT and member of the Tahoe Nordic Search and Rescue.Part 2: andamp;#8220;How to Fuel for your Exercise Regimeandamp;#8221; with Jill Whisler. Jill is a well-regarded expert in the field of nutrition, fitness, and wellness. She is a registered dietitian through the American Dietetic Association (ADA), a certified health fitness specialist through the American College of Sports Medicine, certified adult and pediatric weight management through the ADA and presents nation wide for many corporate wellness programs.For information call 530-583-6917.
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