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Nutrition for Runners is the most comprehensive fueling and diet program that exists for runners. See how to dial in your nutrition and nail your diet…
- Even if you have no time to cook (we have “make ahead” and simple, easy recipes)
- Even if you struggle to lose weight with running (we have training plans specifically built for weight loss)
- Even if you don’t like “healthy” food (we hate bland food too!)
Our nutrition philosophy helps runners fuel smarter so they can run faster. Imagine if you could feel like this…
“Anne has been amazing and life changing! She has given me the tools and motivation to make sustainable life changes that not only make me feel better about myself, but also healthier.” – Kristina
“Jason is an excellent coach and I cannot thank him enough. I’ve kicked my ITBS issues, ran strong after a torn meniscus repair, dropped almost 68 minutes off my marathon PR and have the confidence to continue running and racing into my 40’s. Keep up the great work! Cheers.” – Greg
“In addition to providing delicious, easy recipes and helpful strategies about planning meals and exercise, Anne offered a lot of suggestions about staying mindful and ensuring that I feel “in control” about food.” – Rachel
“Jason helped me plan for my first half marathon and I couldn’t have been more pleased with his level of detail and precision. His plan helped me relax and take the stress out of training; he let me know that the goal could be achieved. I’ve always avoided running, but his plan helped me enjoy the process and my race time was much faster than I ever could have imagined. Thanks Jason!” –Brendan
“The last time I ran mileage like I’m running now I had pain and discomfort and never really felt recovered. I’m older now but I still feel much better than I did in my younger years. The training is better for my recovery now and I don’t have any pain.
Jason’s training has helped me lose weight, and because I’m able to recover so much better I can get a lot more out of each workout. I feel better than I’ve felt in a long time, even though I’m older.” – Barbara
A special note from Jason & Anne:
Imagine looking in the mirror in the morning and smiling at what you see. Then, you lace up your shoes and run a challenging workout where you feel powerful, strong and energized.
The next day, you feel fully recovered and ready to tackle your next run. And you’re EXCITED to run because you’ve fallen in love with the sport all over again.
That’s our goal with this program. We want you to be at your goal weight while being properly fueled for all of your runs so you feel great and perform at your best.
And don’t worry! You won’t be bored with technical jargon or the intricacies of phytonutrient biochemistry (YAWN). No counting calories and no worrying about percentages or ratios. Zip. Zero.
As a Registered Dietitian (and marathoner!) and a USA Track & Field certified running coach, we’re bringing you the most tested, proven nutrition program for runners so you can unlock your ideal diet.
Jason & Anne
The Power of Nutrition: Sky High Recovery, Performance & Energy
Nutrition for Runners took nearly a year of research, interviews with the brightest minds in sports nutrition and coaching, thousands of dollars to create, and relied on our deep experience coaching runners to new personal bests and helping athletes nail their nutrition.
In this program, you’ll get specific lessons on how to develop the ideal runner’s diet. But this isn’t a bunch of theory – it’s real-world meal guides, runner-friendly recipes, day-by-day training plans to help you lose weight, and it’s all about getting you incredible results.
But first, ask yourself, “What would improving my nutrition do for me?”
Let me tell you: you’ll have more energy and focus during the day (even AFTER a tough workout). You’ll be able to run more miles – and harder workouts – with faster recovery. With energy levels through the roof and recovery at an all-time high, running will seem easier even as you’re training harder.
This same program helped Jason tie his weekly mileage record (91) without even feeling worn down. He even had higher than normal energy during the day to get up early, play with his daughter, and knock out 2.5hr long runs in the mountains at altitude.
How would that make you feel? Well, it’s possible for you too!
In this program, we’ll show you exactly how to do this, plus even more. You’ll get dietitian-approved meal and snack recipes that are quick and easy to prepare. We hate spending all day in the kitchen and we’re sure you do too!
We’ll show you how to eat so you don’t binge on snacks at night or under-fuel for workouts leaving you sluggish – even if you have cravings after long runs (who doesn’t?) or when your mileage increases.
But when did nutrition get so hard?
When Jason and Anne began creating Nutrition for Runners, their goal was to create a program that was scientifically sound, effective, but also easy to implement.
Soon, we started reviewing the most popular diet books for runners.
And it was an exercise in disappointment, boredom, and frustration: most books focus on riveting topics like biochemistry and assigning scores to each morsel of food you put in your mouth.
Do we really need more technical jargon about the processing of phytonutrients?
Do you want to spend half your day calculating the exact percentage of carbohydrates you’re eating?
Do we need another book with an entire chapter devoted to the definitions of macronutrients?
No, we really don’t!
Jason recently said, “I’d rather weave my own running clothes from dryer lint than count calories!” Maybe you feel the same way…
In fact, most nutrition books will bore you to tears (unless you enjoy reading about the hormonal effects of carbohydrate intake…)
See, most nutrition programs focus on the wrong things like calories, nutrient percentages, and nutrient ratios. Or when they give you something useful like a recipe, it has 39 ingredients and some of them are only sold in Portland’s crunchiest organic market.
And some nutrition experts aren’t even runners. This is a big reason why Jason likes working with Anne – she’s run more half marathons than he has!
And other dietitians only focus on weight loss (there’s a lot more to nutrition than just losing weight). Or they write to folks who are walkers, not runners.
We think nutrition for runners has been made too complex and not focused enough on the day-to-day practical needs of everyday runners.
So we created a specific plan that’s useful, easy to read, and simple to use every day.
We know it will help you make better choices with your diet, show you what foods are good for running (and when to eat them), and provide the recipes and specific meal guides that will help you lose weight, run faster, and fuel your workouts.
Meet the Authors
Jason Fitzgerald is a USA Track & Field certified running coach and the founder of Strength Running, one of the largest running blogs on the web with over 200,000 monthly readers.
His coaching has helped thousands run new personal bests and prevent injuries, landing media appearances in Competitor Magazine, Livestrong, Outside and many more.
As a 2:39 marathoner, he knows what it takes to perform at your best. With a focus on the coaching side of nutrition, he knew he needed a Registered Dietitian to make this program a reality – and develop the exact system that can help you shed pounds, get energized and run faster.
Anne Mauney is a Registered Dietitian with a Masters of Public Health in Nutrition. She owns a private practice in Washington, DC helping athletes focus on whole-food nutrition (no calorie counting!) and fueling right for workouts and races.
Anne has taught nutrition at George Washington University and her work has been featured in The Washington Post, Glamour, Woman’s Day, and Self among many others. She has also worked with national brands like New Balance, Brooks, Stonyfield, and LARABAR.
More important than any press are our results. Where else can you get a proven nutrition program from a certified running coach and a Registered Dietitian?
“It’s been easier to manage my weight while working with Jason. His training helps me keep more focus. It makes me feel so much better to fuel my body properly and it has a huge impact on my workouts and how they feel.” – Jacinthe
“I’ve gotten a lot out of Strength Running as a new runner. It’s difficult to find quality advice for beginners that goes beyond Couch to 5k. Before I found SR I didn’t know how to put together a training plan or strength workout. Now I feel much more confident rather than trying one-off workouts or researching unproven training plans.” – Savannah
“I’ve successfully lost and kept weight off in the past, but every time I felt miserable – hungry, irritable, tired. I thought I was doing “the right things,” but I wasn’t getting the results I wanted. So, I called Anne for help.
I began to enjoy food again. I felt energized after eating rather than sick and tired. I stopped obsessing over counting and measuring, and started to learn to listen to my body. Anne provided strategies that helped me survive and enjoy vacation travel, times of heavy work stress and a finicky husband to cook for. Anne’s helped me make healthy living a part of my life!” – Diane
3 Mind-Boggling Diet Mistakes We Don’t Want You to Make
“Eating healthy” seems simple, right? But simple ain’t easy.
And our #1 goal was to create a proven program that not only works but is easy to follow. As long as you avoid these 3 critical nutrition mistakes, you’ll be on the fast track to a leaner body and faster race times.
Mistake #1: Trying to lose weight while training for a race
Is your goal to lose 5 – 10 pounds so you can run faster by carrying less weight? If so, that’s fantastic: every pound you lose will help you drop about 1-2 seconds per mile in a marathon!
BUT, you probably tried this before and struggled to lose weight while maintaining enough energy to train. And guess what? I’m not surprised!
Dieting simply doesn’t work if you’re also training for a race. The two goals are in conflict and you can’t do both at the same time.
We refuse to let you fail at both your weight loss and race goals.
So we have a better solution: a pre-training weight loss period. And the best part is that we show you exactly what to do with training plans created just for weight loss.
You’ll see the specific running AND strength workouts that burn an enormous number of calories, help you burn more fat (even when you’re not exercising!) and make it easier to lose weight than ever before.
With 3 levels of training plans to choose from, you can start even if you’re a beginner.
Mistake #2: Counting calories and obsessing about numbers
There’s hope if you hate calculating carbohydrate percentages, figuring out nutrient ratios, or assigning every food a “score”- you don’t have to do it!
How liberating is it to know that you don’t have to obsess about numbers? No calorie counting. No weighing your food. We promise.
Because if you’re like us, you don’t have the time or energy to worry about these crazy details. What happened to simply enjoying our food?
Luckily, with every diet approach we researched, with every RD we interviewed and with countless client success stories among runners, nobody ever counted, weighed, or scored their food.
Not only is it unnecessary to fuel your running performance and lose weight, but it’s unsustainable. Dieters who go to the extremes of scoring their food or counting every calorie never stick with this approach because it’s inconvenient.
Measuring your intake and expenditure of calories (or using formulas with complex calculations) is a recipe for poor adherence to the diet, ultimately leading to failure.
Instead, keep it simple! Not only is it easier to stick with a particular way of eating, you won’t go crazy and you can focus on enjoying your food.
We’ll show you exactly how to do this, with an approach that’s simpler, easier to follow, and doesn’t require a math degree.
Mistake #3: Eating “Health Foods”
There’s no shortage of food products sold to us with billions of marketing dollars – that aren’t actually food!
In a world of 100-calorie snack packs, “light” and sugar-free versions of real foods, and Fiber Plus options, it’s a miracle that we can identify what the hell a real food even looks like.
And they’re certainly not helping us lose weight or improve our running. They’re designed in a lab – formulated to be a specific “bliss point” by manipulating sugar, fat, and “mouth feel” to make them irresistible.
But, there’s a better way. What if you could eat FULL FAT foods? Or those with real sugar? Good news, you can!
The Nutrition for Runners program shows you the exact foods that fuel running and can help you lose weight, without you having to buy extra “diet foods.”
And you’ll see the step-by-step strategies for focusing on REAL food – including a “Dietitian Approved” Shopping List.
Imagine not having to limit your food choices… and still be able to reach your weight goals and running faster?
Introducing: The “Nutrition for Runners” Program
This all-new program will show you exactly what to eat for performance and weight loss. With practical lessons and easy to prepare recipes, you’ll see how runners should eat to run faster and feel more energized than ever.
After almost a year of development, thousands of dollars, and interviews with the smartest sports dietitians and coaches in the country, it’s finally ready for you.
What you’ll learn in Nutrition for Runners:
- Actual Meal Guides that show you how to structure your meals for maximum energy
- Sample Meal Plans showing you how to plan your meals based on what time of day you run
- The benefits of “real food” (and which foods are the best for runners)
- 15 Training Plans for the 5k, 10k, Half Marathon & Marathon… and just for Weight Loss!
- Fast and easy to prepare runner-friendly meal, snack, and drink recipes
- Exclusive interviews with 5 of the smartest sports dietitians and coaches in the country
- A special, “Ask the Dietitian” Q&A series on how to control sugar cravings, “clean carbs” and more
- How to fuel for long runs, workouts and races (and the differences between 5k, 10k, HM & Marathon fueling)
With step-by-step instructions on what to eat, when to eat it, and how to train for maximum performance we know that you’ll become a better runner with Nutrition for Runners.
In fact, this is the only program created by BOTH a USA Track & Field certified running coach and a Registered Dietitian with a Masters of Public Health in Nutrition.
It’s like having a coach and RD next to you during training, showing you what foods boost energy, what workouts help burn fat, and when to fuel before workouts – without the ongoing cost of a nutrition counselor or coach!
Meet the Experts
Nutrition for Runners includes a lot more than lessons on how to eat for more energy and faster race times. Yes, we have recipes. Yes, we have training plans. But there’s more.
You’ll also get exclusive interviews with the leading nutrition and coaching minds today: from Olympic Coaches to pro sports team dietitians – and one Dietitian who’s even been on a Wheaties Box!
Nancy Clark, MS, RD, CSSD is arguably the country’s top sports dietitian. She has advised Olympians, the Boston Celtics, and she is currently the team nutritionist for the Boston Red Sox. She has degrees from Simmons College and Boston University, and has won numerous achievement awards throughout her career.
Her monthly nutrition column ‘The Athlete’s Kitchen’ regularly appears in over 150 publications and websites. Her best-selling book Nancy Clark’s Sports Nutrition Guidebook has sold over 550,000 copies.
Mario Fraioli is a collegiate cross country All-American, coach to the 2012 Costa Rican men’s Olympic Marathon team, and a Senior Editor at Competitor Magazine. He has interviewed the majority of elite runners in the sport and his writing has appeared in Triathlete, Running Times, Competitor and many other publications.
Mario is also the author of the book The Official Rock ‘n Roll Guide to Marathon & Half-Marathon Training, with a foreword written by Kara Goucher.
Lauren Kort, MS, RD is a registered dietitian who has advised runners from high school cross country athletes to ultramarathoners. She has also worked in the sports nutrition departments at the University of Georgia and University of North Carolina, overseeing nutrition outreach to numerous athletic teams.
She has received prestigious national awards from both the Sports, Cardiovascular, and Wellness Nutrition dietetic practice group and the Collegiate and Professional Sports Dietitians Associations. She is currently a member of PowerBar Team Elite.
Doug Hay is a trail and ultramarathon runner and creator of the Rock Creek Runner website. He has completed numerous ultras, including the Massanutten Mountain Trails 100 miler.
His work has appeared in Outside, Competitor, Active, The Washington Post, and many other major media publications. Doug is also the author of the Discover Your Ultramarathon training system.
Kristina LaRue, RD, CSSD, LDN is a consultant sports registered dietitian to the Orlando Magic basketball team and the University of Central Florida. She appears regularly as a nutrition expert on Fox 35 Orlando, is the writer of the Love & Zest blog and is co-author of The Flat Belly Cookbook for Dummies.
Kristina holds a degree in Nutrition and Dietetics from Auburn University and holds certifications as a LEAP therapist for Food Sensitivities and Intolerances (CLT) and is a Board Certified Sports Dietitian (CSSD).
Here’s your Special Bonus!
The Full Package with 5 Extra Interviews and 7 Q&A Videos
You’ll get the entire, complete Nutrition for Runners program:
- The full book – including our “5 Principles of Nutrition for Runners“
- Fueling strategies for every scenario: 5k, 10k, half marathon & marathon – plus workout fueling for morning, afternoon & evening runners
- The complete “Ask the Dietitian” series, showing you how to reduce sugar cravings, which supplements are worth it, and more
- Meal Guide & Runner’s Cookbook with example meal plans and exactly what to eat before, during, and after every run
- 30 easy to prepare, quick recipes for runners – plus 49 more ideas for snacks and meals
- All 5 expert interviews (over 5 hours of audio!) on food intolerances, mistakes to avoid, race-specific fueling, inflammation & more
- All 15 Training Plans so you can get faster in the 5k, 10k, half marathon & marathon – plus 3 weight loss plans to help you shed pounds easily
- The “Dietitian Approved” Shopping List, showing you exactly what to buy (and why)
Bonus #1: The Office Hours with Coach Video Series
I have a special bonus for you if you buy Nutrition for Runners today. Simply purchase the program and you’ll get instant access to Office Hours with Coach, a video series where I answer your pressing questions.
Each of the seven private videos tackles a tough running question, like:
- Is running the best way to lose weight?
- Should I run intervals or distance to burn fat?
- Can I train for a marathon and still maintain my muscle mass?
- What’s the best technique for breathing while running?
Buy the program now and you’ll get instant access to the video series – free. It’s my way of thanking you for taking action and investing in your running.
You’ll also get:
Bonus #2: 5 Exclusive Interviews with World-Class Experts
Greg Lehman is a practicing physiotherapist, chiropractor, and exercise biomechanics expert with over 15 years of clinical experience. He is also a former lecturer at St. Lawrence University and has published over 20 papers that won him “Researcher of the Year” by the Ontario Chiropractic Association.
Brad Hudson is an elite coach to National Champion and Olympians like Dathan Ritzenhein, Alan and Shayne Culpepper, and Tera Moody. He’s also author of Run Faster from the 5k to the Marathon: How to be Your Own Best Coach and the founding coach of the Marathon Performance Training Group in Boulder, CO.
Dorothy Beal is a Women’s Running cover model, mom of three, and most impressively has run over 20 marathons during the last 18+ years with not a single significant injury. She is a running social media expert and owns the website Mile-Posts.
Peter Larson is a former biology and anatomy professor at St. Anselm College and a Boston Marathon Qualifier. He is co-author of Tread Lighly: Form, Footwear, and the Quest for Injury Free Running. He now works as a running coach and exercise physiologist while writing Runblogger, a recognized leading site for running shoe innovation and running form information.
Ariana Hilborn is a professional distance runner for the Sonoran Distance Project in Phoenix, Arizona. Previously a member of the Hansons Brooks professional team, she is now coached by John Reich. Ariana started running in 2007 and debuted with a 4:36 marathon. She has since beaten the “A” Olympic Marathon Trials and has a PR of 2:37:28. She has only had one significant injury during her career.
This is your only chance to get these exclusive bonuses resources – for free – with Nutrition for Runners.
Instead of paying a Registered Dietitian $200 (or more!) per hour, get expert nutrition guidance and fueling guidelines from a certified coach for just $149:
Our Unbeatable Guarantee
If you’re not happy, we’re not happy.
Our guarantee is simple: use this program and see for yourself if it works. If it doesn’t help you get more energized, healthier, and feel like a stronger runner, just show us you put in the work and we’ll refund 100% of your money (we’ll even eat the credit card fees). Just email us within 30 days.
We’re confident this program will help you become a better runner: better fueled, with enhanced recovery and more energy.
Simple as that. If it doesn’t, you deserve a full refund.
BUT… we know that’s not going to happen. Because the results of our clients prove that our coaching and nutrition counseling works:
“Before I started running, I was never a skinny person. I was right on the edge of being classified as obese according to BMI. Working with Jason allowed me to lose weight a lot more quickly – about a pound per week for 5 months.” – Kevin
“With Anne’s help, I’m preparing for my first marathon in a healthful way. Anne’s strategies and her attention to detail have helped me re-frame my relationship with food at a comfortable pace.” – Sue
“Now I can run more consistently with much faster recoveries. I have a lot more endurance, a little more speed, but mainly, I don’t feel like I’m going to break any minute. I almost never feel injury-prone; it’s all helped tremendously. Jason is more than worth his going rate and I think more like $250/mo.’” – Deb
“Anne’s realistic approach is contagious, which keeps me motivated and energized. She’s open about the challenges facing everyone trying to lead a full healthy life, but helps you set small, attainable goals to be your healthiest self. I finally feel like I’ve found a nutritionist who has my best interests, not just my successes, at heart.” – Molly
“Jason is all about making it easy to run smarter – not harder. I’m now planning more strategically, getting stronger and I already feel like my running is a lot more fun. If you want to maintain the status quo this program isn’t for you. However, if you want to get into the right mindset, run smarter and do better then you cannot miss out. After 4-weeks my performance, mental state and times are already proving the impact.” – Dave
“Is this a diet?”
No! In fact, Anne and Jason despise diets. When you “go on a diet” you’re essentially limiting the amount and types of food you can eat. We don’t make you do this.
Nutrition for Runners focuses on eating intuitively and we show you strategies for weight management, how to stay full (and limit snacking), and weight loss WITHOUT depriving yourself of foods that you love.
So yes, you can still eat ice cream or a cookie if you love those treats. We’ll show you how – no calorie restriction or “dieting” needed.
“Is Nutrition for Runners a hard copy book?”
No, this is a digital program. With training plans and audio interviews, this is truly a multimedia program that we couldn’t contain on the pages of a printed book.
Once you purchase the program, you’ll get a special link to download the entire program – all of the meal guides, recipes, interviews, training plans, and more. And you can use them on multiple devices.
Plus, no shipping costs!
“Can this program work for vegetarians?”
Nutrition for Runners is focused on whole food nutrition and that includes meat. However, the nutrition lessons and principles are applicable to everyone – even if you’re a vegetarian.
The Cookbook contains recipes for pre-run, post-run, make-ahead lunches, and easy to prepare dinners. And 70% of the recipes are vegetarian (or can easily be made vegetarian).
And the interviews, training plans, and meal guides don’t rely on meat so a vegetarian could see the same success with this program.
“I have a gluten allergy – will this work for me?”
Yes! More than 75% of our recipes are gluten-free or can easily be made gluten-free – so no worries there.
And the rest of the program is universally applicable even if you have celiac disease (pay special attention to the interview with Kristina LaRue, who specializes in allergies).
Ready to Finally Take Control of Your Nutrition?
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“The Nutrition for Runners program is amazing. I’ve been slowly learning more about nutrition myself over the last couple of years, and it’s been great to have all this information in one file.
I can tell that you and Anne put SO much work into this, and it’s been great to benefit from all that research and brainpower. So yeah, it’s been awesome. Thanks for all your hard work!” – Alexis
“I just wanted to say that I am really pleased with my Full Package purchase of Nutrition for Runners. I’m already implementing changes to my diet and I’m very excited about the specific race recommendations. I’m a few minutes away from hitting a 90 minute half marathon goal and I truly believe honing down on nutrition will make all the difference.” – Elisa
“With the Nutrition for Runners program my eating habits have improved SO much. The choices I’m making are totally different from what they used to be – I don’t crash in the afternoons and evenings and don’t find myself eating junk food.
I’ve lost weight in the process too, which I’m still incredulous about – doesn’t weight loss mean feeling cranky and starving and deprived? Apparently not :)” – Carol