We are celebrating our 9th year of helping runners do what they love. As a thank you to our supporters, we are offering a FREE month of online coaching when you purchase a 3 or 6-month training plan. Packages may be used anytime but must be purchased by 5/19/18.
Our coaching packages are personalized for EVERY level of runner. You get:
- Custom, individualized training plans: Run smarter, not harder and save time while running your best
- Run better, more efficient & pain-free with our Injury Prevention & Performance Enhancement Plans
- Nutritional Coaching: Lose weight, increase energy and feel better
- Race Planning: Learn how to optimally prepare and perform at any distance
- Runner Specific Exercises: Simple & personalized
- Online Video Analysis
- Encouragement, support and motivation the entire way
Online coaching also includes optional weekly phone or Skype calls and unlimited email communications. Professional runners Damian and Lindsey give you detailed and quick responses to all your questions and dedicated support during your entire plan. Everything you need to be your best is included.
We at Wholistic Running love to bring runners every advantage to better running…especially when it’s delicious. Enjoy this amazing recipe for dark chocolate maca truffles!
Maca is a powerful adaptogen, which is the main reason we consume this superfood on a regular basis, especially during heavy training and racing periods. Adaptogens help to diminish the affects of stress by aiding in the regeneration of the adrenal glands and tired muscle tissue. This in turn helps to recover more quickly so we are able to do more high quality workouts. It also helps to improve the quality of sleep by lowering cortisol levels. Another reason I consume maca is for its natural energy boosting abilities by nourishing the body, not adding stimulation. You can actually feel it working.
Dark Chocolate Chip No-Bake Maca Truffle Bites
1/4 C SHREDDED COCONUT
1/3 C ALMOND FLOUR
2 T COCOA POWDER
Continue reading “Delicious Super Food Recipe (Dark chocolate maca truffles)”
All runners want to get better and for some that means running faster and others it means running farther, injury-free or with more joy. Whatever your goals are, we at Wholistic Running are here to help. Here are two suggestions you can do today that are easy and can have tremendous benefits to your running and health. Continue reading “Easy, Quick Ways to Improve Your Running”
As a plant-based athlete on the prestigious list of ‘Greatest Vegan Athletes‘, I can attest to the power of a plant-based diet. It has allowed me to run 40 ultra marathons (mostly 50 and 100 mile races) without a significant injury for over 12 years. Eating plant-based has helped my performance, reduced injuries and gives me tremendous energy. A plant-based diet has not only helped me but countless other athletes as and this is why Wholistic Running offers Nutritional Consulting and Online Coaching to help you perform and feel your best. –Damian Stoy, founder of Wholistic Running
Damian & Lindsey are both certified in Plant-Based Nutrition from Cornell. Lindsey has an M.S. in Holistic Nutrition for Athletes and is a top-level runner. If you want to learn from the best, find out more about Lindsey and Damian and how they can help you today!
Lindsey and Damian’s Performance Smoothie
16 oz water
1 scoop Hammer Fully Charged
1 T chia seeds
1 scoop Hammer Vegan Protein
1 cup fresh or frozen mixed berries
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If you’re not eating this super food daily, we highly suggest it. They are nutritious, full of antioxidants and may help with weight loss. For athletes, they are proven to increase performance while enhancing recovery. Learn about this food we eat daily and be sure to check out our delicious and healthy super food ice cream recipe below. Continue reading “Delicious super food ice cream recipe”
We here at Wholistic Running hope your holiday season is going well and that your running and health are thriving. You’ll love our amazing banana & blueberry ice cream recipe, give it a try!.
Click here for our delicious, healthy ice cream recipe
We love helping people with their health and running goals. Because of this, we wanted to share with you where we post much of our tips and info on running, nutrition and health. There are many ways to follow us and learn. Just click on each link below and be sure to ‘like’ each page to receive updates. It’s totally free!
Damian’s professional athlete Facebook page: Running tips straight from Damian as well as his race and training updates.
Wholistic Running Facebook page: We share running tips including technique, exercises, nutrition and more.
Wholicous Living Facebook page: Lindsey shares nutrition and lifestyle tips for weight loss, increased energy and better health.
Wholicious Living website: Lindsey shares nutrition tips and her very informative blog.
You can always email us any questions as well.
Happy health and running,
Damian & Lindsey
Wholistic Running is based out of Park City, Utah. We offer in-person and online coaching for runners of all levels as well as nutritional coaching and technique analysis. Please visit our Coaching Page to find out more about what we offer.
Here are the top foods that Damian and I personally eat:
1. Goji berries are a superfood high in nutrients and one of the world’s highest sources of antioxidants. Goji berries are also an adaptogen that improves stamina and increases energy.
2. Chia seeds are high in omega-3’s which reduce inflammation naturally. Also, just 2 tbsp of chia seeds give you the following RDA’s: 13% calcium, 41% iron, 19% magnesium and 20% selenium.
3. Quinoa is a staple in our diets. Just 1 cup of quinoa provides 39% B6, 22% folate, 75% iron, 47% magnesium and 27% zinc for your RDA and is only 222 calories. That is nutrient dense!
4. Maca is another superfood and adaptogen. We put 1-2 tbsp in our smoothies everyday for added performance, stamina and energy.
5. Sweet potatoes are another staple in our diet. The Okinawan’s, some of the longest living people’s on the planet, diet consisted of about 67% sweet potatoes. Sweet potatoes are nutrient dense and super tasty.
Damian’s favorite smoothie recipe:
2 T chia seeds
1 cup mixed berries
1 cup mixed greens
12 oz water
handful of goji berries
1 T Maca
-Lindsey Hintz, M.S. in Holistic Nutrition and certified in Plant-based Nutrition from the T. Colin Cambell Center for Nutritional Studies at Cornell, the founder of Wholicious Living and an elite runner
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