In athletic competition, as little as 2% dehydration can decrease performance by 10%. Improper nutrition can have similar effects. Lead by our on-site sports dietician, our performance nutrition program offers first-class services including ongoing assessments, nutritional planning and education to help athletes reach their fullest potential.
Throughout the program, athletes receive numerous body composition assessments and individual nutrition consultations to discuss specific nutrition goals. Athletes will leave with a report on their body composition progressions over the course of training.
Types of Assessments
- Resting Metabolic Rate
- Fat Mass Assessment
- Lean Mass Assessment
- Circumference Measurements
- Pre and Post-Training Pictures
- Current Diet Analysis
- Caloric Intake Calculations
- Daily Nutritional Allotments
Based on the results of individual athlete assessments, nutritional plans for all phases of training (pre-workout, workout, and post-workout) are designed to help meet individual performance goals. Our sports dietician designs nutritious meals, quick snacks, hydrating drinks and replenishing supplements to give athletes the fuel they need.
Our sports dietician also teaches the above nutrition concepts to SVSP athletes in small group workshops so they can continue to properly fuel their bodies after leaving our facilities. Athletes learn proper hydration techniques, game-day nutrition, supplement do’s and don’ts – and they even get a grocery store tour to educate them on products that maximize athletic performance. Whether it’s weight gain, weight loss or maintenance, our nutrition-training program gets athletes the results needed to achieve and maintain success.
Sports Nutrition Internships
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Lindsay Langford, MS, RD, CSSD
Lindsay Langford is a Registered Dietitian (RD) and a board Certified Specialist in Sports Dietetics (CSSD) with a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Nutrition and Dietetics. Lindsay received her Bachelor’s degree from University of Alabama where she was a nationally ranked collegiate cyclist. After spending time coaching endurance athletes at Carmichael Training System in Colorado Springs, Lindsay returned to her native state and received her Master’s degree from Louisiana Tech University.
Lindsay has experience in clinical nutrition, endurance coaching, and nutrition coaching for athletes and teams in the NFL, NHL, NBA, IRL, and elite level endurance athletes. Lindsay is currently living in Indianapolis and provides nutrition services for athletes of all calibers through St. Vincent Sports Performance. She focuses on performance-based nutrition to help an athlete feel, train, and perform at a higher caliber.