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Wondering if you can maintain and perhaps improve your performance in the long run as a vegan athlete? Create a sustainable plant-based diet that tastes good and nourishes the body is crucial as an athlete. But can you still perform as a plant-based athlete? During this clinic, two plant-based athletes will review the vegan diet and its benefits for long term high performance in any sport. Jesse and Trevor will debunk myths about nutrient deficiency, adequate protein intake, and much more! If you are a plant-based athlete or considering being one, this is the clinic for you.

Dec 14, 2020 04:00 PM in Mountain Time (US and Canada)

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Trevor Fuchs
Trevor Fuchs is a plant-based trail and ultra runner based in Ogden, UT. Vegan for over 10 years, he considers his diet and running career to be mutually dependent. While he enjoys racing many distances on any terrain, his niche is in the mountainous 100 mile distance. When he’s not running around in the foothills or trying to keep up with his three kids, you’ll probably find him in the kitchen exploring one of the million ways to prepare a potato.
Jesse Rich
Ultrarunner, Personal Trainer, and Nutritionist, Jesse has spent the last decade studying human disease and performance. Since graduating in 2016 with his Master’s degree in Nutrition, Jesse has worked with a wide array of people with different needs and goals. In 2018, Jesse began Forward Progressions LLC, a coaching company based on sports nutrition, strength training, and trail running. He continues to compete as an ultra runner winning races such as the Wasatch 100 miler.