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Season 4 is an invitation to peak inside our sports nutrition world. It is time to return to a mentality of building and exploring our greatest potential. It is time to thrive! Here at Eat This for Performance we are celebrating the athletes and people who are working towards achieving their dreams despite all odds. We call the journey we are on the game of life, but for our athletes it is more fun when we call it "The Performance Games". Join our community to get insiders access to these powerful conversations and to explore your own next level. - Your Guide Pearle

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Season 4 is an invitation to peak inside our sports nutrition world. It is time to return to a mentality of building and exploring our greatest potential. It is time to thrive! Here at Eat This for Performance we are celebrating the athletes and people who are working towards achieving their dreams despite all odds. We call the journey we are on the game of life, but for our athletes it is more fun when we call it "The Performance Games". Join our community to get insiders access to these powerful conversations and to explore your own next level. - Your Guide Pearle

    The 1 Game Every Athlete Needs to Play

    The 1 Game Every Athlete Needs to Play

    In a time when conflict, fear and the luckiest seem to get ahead, it may feel like you are surviving. But you can be thriving.

    In this episode I open up the brand new season of the Eat This for Performance podcast with an idea. In fact, it is more than an idea, it is a game. Every athlete I meet who is thriving plays this game. Care to know what it is?

    Cool. Because one of our fave athletes, Morgan, knows. Her journey through college showcase events in July is an example of sports nutrition mastery. In this episode you get to hear me interview Morgan during one of our teen athlete mentorship sessions exclusive to the Sports Family Club.

    When you listen to today’s podcast, pay attention to how Morgan plays the game, when she plays the game and why you want to play the game like her.

    Listen all the way to the end of the podcast for your chance to win entry into our exclusive Sports Family Club!

    About your host:

    Pearle Nerenberg MSc RD, IOC Dipl in Sports Nutrition

    Founder of Eat This for Performance

    Pearle Nerenberg is the founder and visionary behind the break-out sports nutrition coaching program: Eat This for Performance. Her vision of high performance nutrition is simple and easy to implement. Pearle believes everyone will live a much more energized life once they begin to eat for performance. She prides herself in clarifying the complex sports science and turning mastery of the nutritional science into a few manageable steps.  Pearle is a unique sports nutrition professional who uses her advanced training by the International Olympic Committee, McGill University and Cornell University to both teach and empower her athletes. Pearle is easily able to connect with her athletic community as a former NCAA D1 Hockey Player and a current mom of 2 active kids!

    About Eat This for Performance:

    Eat This for Performance is a sports nutrition coaching company on a mission. We are different. We focus on what happens when you eat food for its powers and we help you avoid the pitfalls of poor timing, a restrictive mindset, and processed food obsession. We believe everyone has the right to eat for performance. We realize our mission when you fly through your day with endless energy and everyone on our planet has access to enough powerful foods to do the same.

    Here you can access 3 levels of sports nutrition program fit for a sports family on-the-go! 1, be a "Pro" family - Get access to all video lessons and premium content, RECORDED. 2, be an "Elite" family - Get access to a teen athlete coaching program, LIVE group mentorship, and more. 3, be a "VIP" family - each family member gets their own educational experience, PLUS you get a private session with the professional team every month.

    • 27 min
    Athletes Learn to Feel E-motion and Connect With Eric Blais

    Athletes Learn to Feel E-motion and Connect With Eric Blais

    Season 3, Episode 14

    Today we delve into the language of movement with Eric Blais. He teaches us many life lessons and allows us to talk about some subjects rarely talked about in the sport world.

    I love the notion that physical activity in the scientific sense can be described as energy in motion. Which if you abbreviate could be written as e-motion.  Movement links strongly to our emotions. When you listen to Eric you can literally feel his ability to tune into the movements and the feelings. I think all the athletes listening (and myself) were spell bound by Eric's insights.

    Eric's words:

    I always been a highly passionate mover since my childhood. My physical Journey started with figure skating, hockey, baseball, martial arts, volleyball and many more sports and physical practices for more than 40 years now. My professional vision now is to help human beings to become more mentally resilient, emotionally flexible and physically adaptable. To create more awareness of our intrinsic and extrinsic constant interactions from inside-out with our environment and the changes that comes from those interactions. Everything's connected.

    Éric Blais, Montreal based coach

    Eric holds an array of certifications including Physical Educator B.Sc., Yoga Therapist (Yoga Resource), PAS (Postural Alignment Specialist Egoscue), Kettel Bell Instructor (Agatsu), Thai Massage Practitioner (Still Light Center, Albert Lee), AIS Stretching (Stretching Canada), ANIMAL FLOW Instructor ® and EBFA Barefoot Training Specialist ®

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    If you love getting sneak peaks behind the scenes as I provide mentorship to athletes then you will love being a part of the community where you get full access to me, the experts I bring in, and the team of super supporters.

    We want YOUR family to have the best, and we've designed the very best place to be in community - eating for performance - as a family.

    The Eat This for Performance community officially opened up today and we could not be more thrilled to welcome in our top families to enjoy menu planning, super kids kitchen sessions, teen athlete mentorship and lessons, and a way to be in community figuring out the eating plan.

    GO TO ET4P.COM/PROGRAMS to start FREE. 

    • 32 min
    Great leaps forward start with the Morning

    Great leaps forward start with the Morning

    Season 3, Episode 12

    Start with the Morning: A journey of self-discovery with Bella Kang

    Welcome to the Eat This for Performance podcast you are here with myself, Pearle Nerenberg, your host, founder. If you are an athlete, or part of the athlete support team and you are looking for ways to elevate your game and choose wiser then this podcast is for you. Here we share the wisdom of those who have come before us. 

    Today we are joined by athlete mentor, Bella Kang, an engineering student at Cornell University. Bella is entering her 4th season with the Cornell Big Red Women’s Ice Hockey team. You will love learning about her journey through sports nutrition, and how she got started in her sport.

    Exciting news at Eat This for Performance is ... drumroll please... This month we kick off our Sports Family Club with a meeting of the minds (i.e. you, your family and us!) on August 9th. We will run a live meal planning workshop in preparation for September! Imagine having all your meals planned out in September. You’d be surprised at how much time you will save. If you would like to join the August meal planning session visit et4p.com/club and join our Sports Family Club.

    When you are in the Sports Family Club, athletes get preferential rates on the 4P Sports Nutrition School.

    Athletes can join the 4P Sports Nutrition School anytime and get access to a mini learning sessions now and a sports nutrition game starting next month.

    You will find a great path for everyone in the sports family and coach too. Go check out Eat This for Performance at et4p.com.

    • 30 min
    A Legacy in Action

    A Legacy in Action

    A Legacy in Action, guest interview with Danielle Murell Cox

    Hold up, before we get to meet our incredible guest, there is a challenge about to kick off THIS WEEK! You can win $500 in grocery spend simply by tracking what you are already spending. Go to et4p.com/challenge to get your sports family signed up.

    In this episode you get to meet graphic artist, Danielle Murell Cox. She is a woman to watch out for in 2020. Her new illustrated children’s book “My Hair” came out in June and is a must-purchase for any young child in your life. By supporting Danielle, you are supporting an inclusive world. Danielle creates products that highlight the unique skin colours and hair of black children. Her cutie pie plush toys named Zuri and Dre are going to be released this fall. I suggest you order yours early!

    Danielle's website is here.

    Now, you may be wondering why Danielle is interviewing with our sports community today? I promise you it’s not random. Danielle is responsible for most of the design elements created for the athletes and coaches here at Eat This for Performance. Her work has turned regular foods into visually stunning superfoods and has transformed boring science into a colourful world to explore. She has left her mark. Today we celebrate the legacy.

    In fact, the 4P Sports Nutrition School main award each month is presented in Danielle’s name to honour her. The DMC Champion’s award goes to the student who exemplifies all the qualities listed in our Champion’s Credo of our school - qualities you can go learn about what you sign up for a free 3 day access to the school.

    Danielle and our Champions are changing lives for the better!

    Have a listen and share this episode to spread the words we all can live by,

    To your success,

    -Pearle



    📷Photo credit: Kyle Bernard

    • 37 min
    Eating for Body Composition

    Eating for Body Composition

    Season 3 Unleashed, Episode 10

    Eating for Body Composition

    Never in a million years would I have thought becoming a sports dietitian meant I was ordained the "food police". Yet, so many of my friends, coaches, athletes, and even family members (sigh) see me as having stepped into this role.

    The Food Police is an idea born out of guilt about what we eat. I didn't invent the idea and we could have a whole podcast episode on our relationship with food, however, in this episode we tackle the idea that we can eat for body composition change. It would be impossible to separate the guilt many experience when eating with a discussion on eating for body composition, so it's in here.

    There is also a juicy tip on how to view eating for body composition as you move through teen years and growth years. There is so much misguided information out there. Today we give our athletes inside the 4P Sports Nutrition School a chance to ask questions and get clarity on notions they have heard. You will get a peak into the beginning of the conversation.

    Enjoy!

    For those looking to join our live mentorship sessions we have 2 ways.

    #1: Our 11-16 year old athletes can join the 4P Sports Nutrition School and get access to mentorship starting next month

    #2: Our older athletes can be mentors inside the 4P Sports Nutrition School. Mentorship comes with some amazing perks!

    Coaches and Parents can message us to be part of our Advisory Committee for the 4P Sports Nutrition School. Our school is still in the early growth phase and we are solidifying a committee of excellent advisors who will guide the successful accomplishment of the Eat This for Performance mission!

    • 24 min
    Why do you train?

    Why do you train?

    Season 3 Unleashed, Episode 9 of the Eat This for Performance Podcast

    Hosted by sports dietitian, Pearle Nerenberg.

    Why Do you Train?

    This is a sneak peak into the conversation we had with our young athletes inside the 4P Sports Nutrition School in June. The young athletes and the school mentors have been working through the important topic all athletes will face at some point: body composition. If you missed the last episode we introduced the topic and shared our thoughts about the perfect athletic body. 

    Today we are digging into training for body composition specifically. We had a special interview with athlete mentor, Victoria Harris, and our other athlete mentors shared some great insights.

    We all know training for our sport is important to our performance in that sport. But, are you always training for your sport OR are there other reasons why you train.

    We shed some light on overtraining, training for fun, and a few more ideas come up that will be explored in detail in the next episode on body composition coming out next week.

    For those looking to join our live mentorship sessions we have 2 ways.

    #1: Our 11-16 year old athletes can join the 4P Sports Nutrition School and get access to mentorship starting next month

    #2: Our older athletes can be mentors inside the 4P Sports Nutrition School. Mentorship comes with some amazing perks!

    Coaches and Parents can message us to be part of our Advisory Committee for the 4P Sports Nutrition School. Our school is still in the early growth phase and we are solidifying a committee of excellent advisors who will guide the successful accomplishment of the Eat This for Performance mission! 

    • 30 min

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