DFW Tri Club preferred sports nutritionists can address your specific needs, such as weight control, cholesterol reduction, exercise or adopting a healthier lifestyle. Whether you are looking to get healthy, loose those unwanted few pounds or you are a endurance athlete that needs a full nutrition strategy, we can help!
Achieve your goals with our unique mix of individualized sessions with our team of professionals; customized, goal-targeted meal plans; recipe swaps; nutrition, exercise and emotional eating lectures and/or weekly weigh-ins; and post-lecture group discussions. Under the direction of a DFW Tri Club registered dietitian.
Alix Barth-Brossette (BA, NASN, NASM, CPT, PES) joins the DFW Tri Club as our preferred Sports Nutritionist in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. Read more about her in her bio.
Cristina Caldwell (CISSN)
Sports nutrition is a foundation that every athlete needs to achieve success. I might go as far as to say that sports nutrition can be the deciding factor on your training improvements, strength gains, race day performance and recovery. I am very passionate about nutrition, and truly believe that good nutrition will not only make you feel better, your racing will show the proof.
I graduated from Miami University with a degree in exercise science and nutrition. After discovering a love of triathlon in 2004, I became a USAT coach. I am now a USAT level 2 coach, pursuing a graduate degree in exercise physiology and sports nutrition. I am a graduate of the International Olympic Committee’s Sports Nutrition Diploma and I am a certified sports nutritionist with the International Society of Sports Nutrition (CISSN).
Nutrition has always been a focus for me from growing up a swimmer through racing Ironman. Competing at the Division 1 level in college required a fine tuning of nutrition to maximize performance. Unfortunately, while nutrition has always been a focus, it hasn’t always been positive. My swimming career ended in college with an eating disorder. I battled Bulimia for years, thinking of food as an enemy. My goal now is to help others to see food as a fuel and something that we can use for our benefit. My nutrition philosophy is that food is not to be feared, and all foods fit in moderation. I love to dispel food myths!
I work with athletes to achieve their ideal race weight, maximize their training nutrition, achieve the right hydration status and dial in their race day fueling (no GI distress allowed). Nutrition is very personal and individualized. Not all nutrition fits with every person, so I will work with you to find out what your needs are and how you can use nutrition to meet your goals.[Pricing coming soon! for more information email firstname.lastname@example.org]