Meet Dawn Weatherwax
Dawn Weatherwax is a Registered/Licensed Dietitian with a specialty in Sports Nutrition and Founder of Sports Nutrition 2Go. In addition, she is an Athletic Trainer with a Certification in Strength and Conditioning from The National Strength and Conditioning Association. Weatherwax brings a comprehensive and unique understanding of the athlete's body, and its nutritional needs, to those interested in achieving specific performance goals and optimal health. She is also the author of The Official Snack Guide for Beleaguered Sports Parents, The Complete Idiot's Guide to Sports Nutrition and The Sports Nutrition Guide for Young Athletes. She has also been featured on television and magazines including: Good Morning America, MSNBC, Oxygen, Spark and Shape.
Dawn specializes in helping you with:
Know what, when & how much to eat
How many calories needed for optimal growth, health, academics and performance
Taking out the guess work
Saving precious time
Enhancing health, growth & performance
Maximizing every training
High energy levels and minimizing fatigue
Ideal body composition at different ages and goals to strive for as sport progresses
Reaching goals & dreams
Beyond sports: healthy habits for life
Swimmer Emma Dalton
Emma went from 29% body fat to 17% body fat by eating the right foods at the right time for her goals and body! She started with a lot of lean weight but at the end she was up 4 more pounds of muscle! Believe it or not she ended up eating 2800 calories or more at the end of this short course journey! This helped Emma break school records, win state, and swim in college!
SN2Go offers a wide array of nutritional and testing services that will give you a cutting edge far superior to your competition! From one-on-one nutrition & testing consultations, customized menus, supplement review, tailored sports programs, nutrition coaching and much more to optimize your training and performance goals!
Muscle Glycogen (Carbs) Testing
Customized Menu Templates
& Much More!
"When it comes to improving athletic performance and reducing injury, knowing when, what and how often to eat (and drink) is one of the best kept secrets in the sports industry. You, too, would be amazed if you know what I know about Sports Nutrition and the impact it can have on an athlete's game."