“Tried & True” Strength Training Templates

Free Training Program Templates Below is a compilation of links to training programs and workouts. Please feel free to modify these programs to suit your needs and goals. You can print theses sheets and take them with you to the gym! All I ask is that you give me credit if you want to share, andContinue reading ““Tried & True” Strength Training Templates”

Nutrition Internship Opportunities

Tennessee Tech Sports Nutrition Internship   Rotations and Focuses Total= 4-8-week rotation  Requirements  Must have at least 1 of the following for access to full internship  Dietetic intern in a DPD internship  Current RDN looking for more sports nutrition experience   Strength & conditioning intern, or certified strength coach looking for nutrition experience  Pursuing degree or interning in related fieldContinue reading “Nutrition Internship Opportunities”

Physician’s Nutrition Toolkit

This toolkit provides (1) info on the Quality Measure 2020 nutrition and referral to dietitians, (2) printable referral documents, and (3) printable educational handouts for your clinic. Quality Measures with Dietitians Overview of QMs with nutrition QCDRs with Medicare/caid MIPS Malnutrition Assessment Tools Printable 10-item survey List of all validated assessments Referral Documents to ourContinue reading “Physician’s Nutrition Toolkit”

Bring in the New Year

Hello 2021, it’s time for a new year! With this new year around the corner people create goals to better themselves. One of the most common goals that people create for themselves is exercising and dieting. With the goal of dieting people often resort to fad dieting. (fad dieting is a trendy weight loss planContinue reading “Bring in the New Year”

3 Tips for a Healthy Holiday Season

1. Follow the plate method Make half of your plate color from plants, a quarter of your plate lean protein, and a quarter of your plate whole grains. Following the plate method ensures you are nourishing your body with what is needs. It is okay to enjoy treats as well but stick to small servings!Continue reading “3 Tips for a Healthy Holiday Season”

Chocolate Peanut Butter Balls 

These peanut butter balls are a perfect fit for you holiday cookie tray! This combination of peanut butter and chocolate will satisfy your cravings! If you have a peanut butter allergy or sensitivity, then you can substitute a nut or seed butter for the peanut butter.  Ingredients:  ½ cup of natural peanut butter (or substitute) Continue reading “Chocolate Peanut Butter Balls 

5 Tips to Increase Your Protein Intake

It is easy to consume refined carbohydrates and fats when eating the typical American diet, but it is not so easy to get adequate protein. Protein is responsible for muscle growth and repair, nutrient transport throughout the body, and immune health, just to name a few of its functions. Below you will find easy tipsContinue reading “5 Tips to Increase Your Protein Intake”

Community of Putnam County

The community of Putnam County offers many food pantries, farmers markets, and other available resources. Food Pantries:  God’s Grace Food Pantry  421 E. Broad, Cookeville Open M-F 9 a.m.-12 p.m.  Bangham Heights Baptist Church 5961 Hilham Rd, Cookeville Open 1st and 3rd Sunday from 4-6p.m.  College Side Church of Christ 252 E. 9th St., CookevilleContinue reading “Community of Putnam County”

5 Tips For A Healthy Thanksgiving

Move! Complete some sort of physical activity. This could be a walk, run, or lifting session. Get the whole family involved. Set a timer for 60 minutes and get active! 2. Do Not Skip Breakfast Many people will skip breakfast to save calories for the big lunch or dinner. This may lead to overindulging whenContinue reading “5 Tips For A Healthy Thanksgiving”