Tues. March 21, 2017
6-7 p.m., $25
Davis County Area
Learn daily nutrition tips that will help you in your training. Whether you are training for a triathlon, running event or your daily exercise; we will review what you need to know to stay healthy. This one-time lecture-style class will review protein powders, supplements, cellular hydration, anti-inflammatory eating, gluten-free diets and more. Learn how to prevent weight gain while training for long events like marathons and Ironman events. Class Fee: $25. Limited spots. Pre-registration is required. Message Coach Lora Erickson at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn how to reserve a spot. Bonus: Get to try some yummy Power Bites (pictured)!
Can’t make it, but want to join another class? Check out the Triathlon Training Class or next Running Form Class
‘Tis the season for giving! I love to give away things and will be doing a lot of giveaways on my Blonde Runner Health Facebook page over December. Be sure and “like” and subscribe to the page to get in on it and hopefully win yourself or friends/family something nice. Here’s a link to the Blonde Runner Health page.
Coach Lora “Blonde Runner” Erickson
Give the gift of health. Gift certificates for classes and coaching are available. Contact Coach Lora directly at email@example.com to learn more.
There are a lot of great local races and the Alaska Airlines Salt Lake City races are one of them. The race will be held on April 22, 2017 and they have something for everyone from a full Marathon, Half Marathon to cycling and skate events. Check out the Salt Lake City Marathon events! #SLCMarathon
If you need some help training, let me know. I’d love to coach you to a new PR! Learn more
Use the code blonderunnerslc17 to save 20%. Share with a friend. Have fun! Get Registered
My good friends and family that know me well know that I love pizza. It is absolutely one of my favorite foods of all time! I’m always trying to find ways to make it a little healthier and have experimented with many homemade pizzas. I have always wanted to make cauliflower pizza crust and I finally got around to it. It turned out really good. My family couldn’t even tell it was cauliflower!
Here’s the recipe:
First start with 2 cups of cauliflower finely chopped (I used my Blendtec but a food processor would work great too). I microwaved it for 4 minutes until it was soft. Then I put it in a kitchen towel and rang it out to get all the moisture out of it. Next I added one egg, approximately a 1/4 cup of Parmesan cheese and some seasoning (garlic, oregano, basil, chives, about a tablespoon each). Mix well with your hands and spread out on a pizza stone. Bake on 450° until golden (about 11-15 minutes). Then top with sauce and your favorite toppings and bake for another 7-9 minutes, or until done. Cut into slices and enjoy. The good news is it is also gluten-free so my celiac friend could enjoy it with our family too.
Coach Lora Erickson
Want to learn more about adapting recipes and healthy eating? Take a class or schedule a consultation session with Coach Lora, firstname.lastname@example.org Running & Triathlon classes are also available.
Learn how to best fuel for training and racing. We will be reviewing how to fuel for ½ Ironman Triathlon, 140.6 Ironman, Marathon and ½ Marathon running events to achieve your best performance. This one-time class will be offered Wednesday July 20, 7:30-8:30 p.m. Class Fee: $25. Pre-registration is required to hold a spot in the class. Message Coach Lora Erickson at email@example.com to learn how to reserve a spot. Space is limited.
This is funny and true. Enjoy!
Coach Lora Erickson
This is super easy and yummy! This is one of our family favorites. Great source of protein too! Enjoy!
Coach Lora Erickson
Want to learn more about Nutrition? Take a class from Coach Lora Erickson. To learn more message her directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
Next Class: February 24, 2016 in Davis County, Utah.
I am a big fan of Pinterest and have found a lot of great and healthy recipes there. Including smoothies, salad and main dishes. I have also created some inspiration, fitness, running and triathlon boards. Check out my boards
I am extremely excited to announce that I will again be working with the Intermountain Sports Medicine Specialty Group. I feel honored to be supported as an athlete by such a forward thinking organization. They are a huge support to me and valuable sponsor with great services for all level of athletes. They have top notch medical care with board certified physicians. I love that they provide both surgical and non-surgical treatment for pain and injury to get athletes back out there training as quickly as possible. I am able to enjoy a healthy active lifestyle due to their services. They offer medical services in Northern Utah including; Salt Lake City, Bountiful, TOSH- Murray, Alta View, and Riverton
The LiVe Well Center at the Salt Lake Clinic (389 South 900 East, SLC, 385-282-2700) is an amazing resource offering many valuable assessments that I have utilized myself. Here’s a list of what they offer:
Body Composition– Watch a video clip about my experience
Bike Fit & Testing – Learn about my experience
Diet & Nutrition Education
Resting Metabolic Rate (RMR) Testing
Musculoskeletal Functional Analysis
Exercise & Physical Therapy Services
Running Analysis, Lactate Assessment or Vo2Max Testing – Learn about my experience and what you can expect
As a coach, I love to have my athletes take advantage of assessments like this. The information provided from these assessments helps me coach my athletes better. If you are looking to become a better athlete I highly recommend you check into all the services Intermountain Sports Medicine has to offer, I know I have. I am looking forward to another amazing year and partnership with Intermountain! Look for more educational video clips about their services.
Coach Lora Erickson
aka Blonde Runner