Nutrition For Runners

We work with the best runners in the country, each with their own unique set talents.  Our partnership with these amazing athletes allows us to formulate the best endurance products in the world.  It’s the ultimate testing grounds for endurance nutrition.

For great tips, insights and personal suggestions, check out the running nutrition plans below.

Karl Meltzer
Winningest Ultra runner in history
55 Ultra Running Race Wins

36 100 Mile Wins
Hardrock 100 5 Wins
Wasatch 100 6 Wins

Nutrition Plan

Darcy Africa
2012 Finished the Rocky Mtn. Slam of Ultrarunning
Bighorn 100 (1st, Course Record)
Hardrock 100 (1st)
Leadville 100 (5th)
Bear 100 (1st, Course Record)

Nutrition Plan

Benjamin Hoyal
1st Place 2012 USATF MD St Michaels Running Festival Half-Marathon
2nd Place 2012 USATF Southeastern Marathon Championships (OBX Marathon)
1st Place 2012 North Carolina High Country Triple Crown Mountain Racing Series

Nutrition Plan

duncan callahanDuncan Callahan
2012 Run Rabbit Run 100 Mile 5th Place – 22:36
2010 Leadville 100 Mile – 1st Place  17:43
2008 Leadville 100 Mile – 1st Place  18:02

Nutrition Plan

KRISSY MOEHLKrissy Moehl

2014 Run the Rann 101km Indian, 1st (tie)
2014 Cayuga 50 mile, USATF Natl Championships, 2nd
2013  Ultra Trail Mount Fuji, Japan. 1st Female.
2013  Wonderland Trail FKT, Mt. Rainier, WA. record set with Darcy Africa 2013  Patagonian Ultramarathon, Chile. 1st Female
2009 Ultra Trail du Mont Blanc.  1st Female, 1st American, 11th overall.  Course record still stands.

Nutrition Plan

Kristen ZaitsKristen Zaitz
3-time Olympics Trials Qualifier including 2016 Olympic Marathon Trials
2014 3rd (1st American) California International Marathon
2012 25km Championships – 9th place
2010 World Half Marathon 39th Place 

Nutrition Plan

Luke NelsonLuke Nelson

1st Bighorn 100 2014
2nd Bear 100 2014
1st El Vaquero Loco (7 time winner and CR)
1st US Ski Mountaineering Championships 2012

Nutrition Plan

Matt Hart
Nolan’s 14: 5th Person to complete the route which summits 14x fourteeners in 106 miles
2012 Tahoe Rim Trail 100 Mile Champion
Colorado Trail: 3rd Fastest Time to complete the 500 mile trail from Denver to Durango, CO
Baja Travesia Expedition Adventure Race Champion – Baja, Mexico 2006

Nutrition Plan

Scott Jaime

Colorado Trail (500 miles) FKT – 8 days, 7 hours, 40 minutes
Hardrock 100 – 27.47 4th – 8 x finisher
Caumsett 50K USATF Masters champion – 3.13

Nutrition Plan

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