Kelli Jennings is a Registered Dietitian with a passion for healthy eating, wellness, & sports nutrition.
After graduating from the University of Northern Colorado with a degree in Dietetics, she began her career with a residency and position in Washington DC at George Washington University Hospital.
Since returning to Colorado, she founded Apex Nutrition, LLC, a local and online private practice specializing in endurance sports nutrition, disease prevention, and wellness.
Kelli has counseled athletes across the country, from amateur to professional, helping them improve their health and athletic performance through daily healthy eating and intentional eating for training.
She has studied and worked in a variety of nutrition areas and is accredited by the Commission on Dietetic Registration. Outside of work,
Kelli loves living with her husband in Crested Butte, Colorado where she spends her free time backcountry skiing, mountaineering, and participating in endurance mountain bike events.
During the summer of 2005, she placed first in a 100K Mountain Bike Race in Durango, Colorado. She has also set her sights on climbing the 54 summits of all of Colorado's 14,000 foot peaks (52 climbed including 7 snow climb/ski descents as of October 2006 - the completion of this project has been delayed with the birth of her 1st child in June 2007!).
These activities give her the perfect opportunity to fine-tune her homemade sports drinks, backpacking meal menus, and endurance sports nutrition plans.
Here’s also a summary of what she bring to your program. Each participant receives:
A complete assessment and analysis of current eating habits for daily eating and training
Customized nutrition packet with key nutrition recommendations, a mix-and-match meal plan for suggested food choices, recipes, sports nutrition education, and tools to track progress
Initial phone or in-person appointment to discuss goals, the nutrition packet, and plan Sports Nutrition Education for daily eating, eating for training & competitions, supplement use, race day preparation, and optimal hydration
Best of all, Kelli Jennings, RD to partner with you as your personal nutrition coach! The coaching relationship provides ongoing support, accountability, encouragement, meal plan adjustments, and answers to your questions via weekly or biweekly emails.
VICE PRESIDENT, GLOBAL ENTERPRISE ACCOUNTS AT INNERWORKINGS (NASDAQ: INWK)
Amy Koop is a Vice President, Global Enterprise Accounts at Innerworkings (NASDAQ:INWK), a leading global marketing execution firm for the fortune 500 brands in the retail, financial, nonprofit, and healthcare categories.
Amy has more than 15 years of experience in the marketing industry and oversees all aspects of enterprise client engagements to ensure goals are met and surpassed, and that agency capabilities keep pace with client needs. She has worked with brands including McKesson, The North Face, Symantec, Servicemaster, Union Bank, Famous Footwear, Hearst Communications, The American Cancer Society, and National Wildlife Federation.
As a member of Innerworkings' Global Team, Amy collaborates with senior leaders to drive strategic priorities and corporate direction. When she's not helping brands improve their marketing strategies, Amy is a competitive triathlete, member of Team USA Duathlon, and volunteers with the San Francisco American Marketing Association and her College Alumni Board (St. Olaf).
I am a Doctor of Physical Therapy and Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) in New York City.
Each client under my care receives a thorough evaluation aimed at addressing the root cause of pain and is guided through a goal-driven plan tailored to their schedule, experience level, and expectations. We'll discuss why this plan was selected, and work together through each stage of rehab.
Optimal health is multi-factorial! Injuries almost never occur in isolation, and our sessions together will explore how things like sleep, nutrition, social-relational stress, and your training schedule all affect your outcomes.
In high school, my 4x800m team was crowned State Champions and was ranked 7th nationally. I continued my competitive running career at Indiana University where I was a member of the Men's XC and Track teams. I've continued running locally in NYC, and am currently the Assistant XC & Track Coach to my former high school team in Noblesville, Indiana.
Bill Fabrocini is a clinical specialist in orthopedic physical therapy and sports performance training coach. He has worked at the Aspen Club Sports Medicine Institute in various capacities since 1989 along with running his own training and consulting business, Bill Fabrocini LLC. During the course of his 30 year career he has designed exercise programs for several prestigious companies both on the private and public sector. He has also worked with athletes from a broad range including Olympic medalists, professional sports, collegiate sports, ballet dancers and companies, youth sport organizations, and the everyday recreational athlete. Most recently he served as the rehabilitation and strength conditioning advisor for the Guadalajara Chivas in the Mexican professional soccer league.
In addition to his work with athletes, Mr. Fabrocini specializes in chronic injuries such as back and hip pathology that are the result of repetitive movement dysfunctions. He has focused much of his work on the integrative concepts of posture, stability, and mobility and how they influence human movement. He has published numerous articles and lectured extensively with regards to these concepts and their correlation to loads and stresses on biological tissues as well how they influence the durability of the human body.
Mr. Fabrocini is also the co-founder of Aspen Core Fitness (ACF), the company that produced the TRX Rip Trainer and the accompanying exercise programs. He served as a TRX consultant for several years, educating fitness professionals throughout North America.
Mr. Fabrocini continues to teach and lecture on the national and international stage. He is a frequent presenter at medical and fitness conferences and symposiums. In 2015 he created the Aspen Sports Summit with the mission of bringing together leaders in the fields of sports medicine, fitness and health to educate professionals while raising funds for various philanthropically organizations making a difference in the world.
Mr. Fabrocini has also authored numerous articles that have been published in prominent journals including the National Strength and Conditioning Journal and the American Council on Exercise Certified News publication. His training methods and rehabilitation concepts have been featured in several fitness magazines including Men’s Health, Skiing, Private Clubs, Outside Magazine, among several others.
Mr. Fabrocini most recently co-authored and created the exercise program in the highly anticipated, The Younger Next Year Exercise Program, the sequel to the NY Times best seller, Younger Next Year. He also produced the accompanying DVD series that supplemented the book, Preparation for Movement and The Sacred 25 and Beyond. In his free time he enjoys his time with his family and friends and biking with his dogs. He is actively involved with several charities related to both human and animal welfare.
Alex Slossberg was a camper/client between 2011 and 2013. He graduated the University of Connecticut with a degree in Electrical Engineering and is now living in Boston where he does industrial automation.
He plans on pursuing a master’s degree in computer science. Alex is an avid hiker and lover of the outdoors.
Alex organized the first alumni reunion in 2018 at Lake Lanier in Georgia and will be the point of contact for questions and logistics regarding the 2020 reunion.
He aims to set up an alumni network for previous campers and clients.
Chief Medical Officer for the Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Paralympimc Games.
Team Physician of Team Prep USA and The U.S. Track Cycling Team, Athens Olympics
Dr. Gloria Beim is a Board certified Orthopaedic Surgeon with specialty fellowship training in shoulder surgery, knee surgery, arthroscopy and sports medicine. Her clinic locations are in Gunnison, Mt. Crested Butte, and Telluride. Dr. Beim began college at the age of 14. She earned her M.D. at the University of California at San Diego and her Orthopaedic credentials were earned at the New York Orthopaedic Hospital of Columbia Presbyterian University. She then completed her Sports Medicine knee and shoulder fellowship training at the University of Pittsburgh Center for Sports Medicine. In addition to her practice, she is the physician for the United States Track Cycling Team, and a team physician for Western State Athletics. As a Sports Medicine Fellow at the University of Pittsburgh, she was a team physician for the football, wrestling, and gymnastics teams.
Dr. Beim continues to be involved in studies of sports injury and prevention. Her involvement and interest in her specialties have earned her an appointment as a reviewer of the American Journal of Sports Medicine, and she is an active member of the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine.
In addition to publishing in numerous professional journals and textbooks, she is the author of "The Female Athlete's Body Book". She has appeared as an authority in sports medicine in a number of TV newscasts including the Today Show. Dr. Beim resides in Mt. Crested Butte with her husband Erik, daughter Skylar, and their three dogs.
Her hobbies and interests include mountain biking, weight lifting, snow skiing, playing hockey, and horseback riding.
Roanne Rouse Houck, ND is a Naturopathic Doctor and owner of the Main Street Clinic and Acli-Mate® Mountain Sports Drink located in Gunnison, CO.
Dr. Houck graduated with a degree in pre-med biology from the University of California, Santa Cruz and attended four years of naturopathic medical school at the National College of Natural Medicine (NCNM) in Portland, OR, followed by a one year integrated MD/ND residency in Grand Junction, CO.
She was born and raised in Crested Butte and maintains an active lifestyle including cycling, trail running, Nordic and tele-mark skiing, hiking and yoga.
Dr. Houck has a successful naturopathic practice focusing on optimal health for people of all ages and athletes of all abilities. Acli-Mate® Mountain Sports Drink is an all-natural sport beverage formulated by Dr. Houck to promote optimal physical performance at elevation. It is an excellent addition to any mountain runners’ nutritional program to maximize energy, performance and recovery.
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For more information about Naturopathic Medicine visit www.naturopathic.org For more information about the Main Street Clinic and the services we offer please call us at 970-641-5363.
Eric Nelson has been a High School teacher, coach and Athletic Director for over twenty years. He currently teaches science and is the AD at Bishop Seabury Academy in Lawrence, KS. His background includes coaching in a variety of sports, including cross country, track, tennis, basketball, and downhill skiing.
In his spare time, he is a dedicated cyclist and regularly competes in the Dirty Kanza 200 Mile Gravel Race. Eric is a hunter and outdoorsman who enjoys trail running, backpacking and camping. He is a Kansas EMT and was a ski patrolman for many years.
School: University of Southern California Major: Human Performance Athletics: 2010 Pac-10 runner up (Javelin) 2010 NACAC 23U Silver Medalist for Team USA 2011 Pac-10 Champion (Javelin) 2011 - 9th Place at US National Championship 2nd farthest throw in USCs History PR’s Javelin - 77.19m
Ryan Atkins was an All-State runner at Venice High School (Venice, FL) where he specialized in the 1600m and 3200m as well as Cross Country. He walked on at Florida State University where he participated in Cross Country and specialized in the 5K/10K during track.
He received numerous athletic and academic honors while at Florida State including making the Academic All-ACC team during his time with the Seminoles. He graduated in 2002 with a Bachelors in Criminology and commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the United States Army. He reported to flight school and has been flying Apache helicopters for the last 18 years all over the world.
He currently serves as the Professor of Military Science at the University of South Florida where he develops and mentors the future officers of the Army at the Reserve Officers Training Corp (ROTC) program.
He is married to a former all All-ACC runner, Brooke Bastien, and has three children ages 15,13, and 11.
Carmen currently works for MileSplit Texas. She's in her 10th year as a teacher, cross country & track coach, and Texas Amateur Athletic Federation coach. She is an avid runner of 5Ks, 10Ks, half marathons, and has proudly completed 3 marathons. Her favorite place in the world is the beach. Her greatest joy are her two daughters. She doesn't know where she'd be without her Mom. Most importantly, she believes that anything is possible with God. :)
Emily was born and raised in Lawrence, Kansas. From ages seven to fourteen, Emily swam competitively for a local swim club. Emily began running in middle school and, after completing her freshman season in high school cross-country, she gave up swimming for good and decided to devote her time to running. At Free State High School, Emily set four school records in cross-country and track, became a four-time state champion in cross-country and track, and was the Kansas Gatorade Runner of the Year as a freshman. She also graduated in the top 10% of her high school class and was a member of the National Honor Society.
Emily currently attends Boise State University and is a member of their women’s cross-country and track and field teams. As a freshman, Emily twice represented Team USA: first at the Great Edinburgh XC Challenge and then at the U20 World Championships in the 5,000 meters. Most recently, Emily finished as an All-American in the 2018 NCAA Division I cross-country championships and helped her team finish 6th overall. Emily is majoring in Kinesiology and hopes to become a nurse anesthetist. In her free time, Emily enjoys hiking, swimming, traveling, and baking/decorating cakes.
PR’s: High School:
5k (XC) - 16:56
3200m - 10:16
1600m - 4:49
5k - 15:49 (Outdoor)
1500 - 4:24 (Outdoor)
6k (XC) - 19:53
5k - 15:45 (Indoor)
3k- 9:08 (Indoor)
Earned All-American status at the 2018 NCAA D1 Cross-Country Championships
Brie is going to be a sophomore on the cross country and track and field team at the University of California Berkeley.
Brie started training with Team Prep the summer going into my senior year of high school, and became a client with Trent for the fall. Brie was a former camper and client for 2 years.
She was a Gatorade National runner of the year that won by the largest margin in Nike Cross Nationals history, owns the 5k and 2 mile record at the New Balance Indoor Nationals at the New York Armory, and ran the fastest 2 mile in US history in 2017!
Brie used to be a soccer player, but found that she has a deeper passion for running.
Outside of running, she enjoys spending time with family and friends, hiking and other outdoor activities, reading, animals, and cooking.
Coach Lutz is in his 8th year now with Team Prep USA During the season Coach Lutz is a coach with Trinity University, after coaching at Albuquerque (N.M.) Academy for five years. During his seven seasons as an assistant coach, the teams won two state titles and were runner-up three times. In the fall of 2005, he was promoted to head girls cross country coach, and under his direction, the team won its first state title in 12 years as they placed five runners in the top seven at the state meet. Coach Lutz earned District and State Coach of the Year honors in his first season as a head coach. As an assistant with the track team, he coached two girls to multiple individual titles. During the five track seasons, he coached the distance runners to 13 school records.
Nine of his former athletes have gone on to be a part of collegiate cross country teams. In the 2.5 years since Lutz arrived at Trinity, his athletes have set 20 school records. Coach Lutz graduated from Michigan State University in 1998 with a bachelor’s degree in engineering mechanics. During his collegiate athletic career, he earned five varsity letters and competed at the 1995 NCAA Cross Country Championships as a member of the Spartan team. Since becoming a coach in 2001, he has earned coaching certification in USATF Level 1 and Level 2 in endurance events.
Coach Lutz is still a competitive runner, as he has qualified and competed in the last two U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials, finishing 30th in 2004. He has a marathon personal record of 2 hours, 20 minutes, 55 seconds. In 2005, he finished fifth U.S. Marathon Championships, which was his fourth top 10 finish in a national championship race.
Duncan Stoner grew up in Miami, Florida and ran cross country and track for Palmer Trinity School. He graduated in 2018 and now attends the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland. As a Midshipman, he learns and develops the skills needed to become a commissioned officer in the Navy while pursuing a degree in his selected major of Ocean Engineering.
Duncan is currently a starting member of the Navy Fencing Team, but often falls back to his love and respect for the sport of running when he can. He enjoys photography, hiking, playing the guitar, eating good food, and exploring cool places.
Duncan was a Team Prep camper throughout middle school and a client in high school.
Joshua Sanchez, DC earned his Doctorate of Chiropractic degree at Palmer College of Chiropractic in Port Orange, FL in December of 2015. As a chiropractic physician, Dr. Sanchez believes in an aggressive, yet smart approach to alleviating pain and dysfunction, through the use of joint manipulation, soft tissue techniques, and exercise.
Currently located in Salem, OR, he is the owner of Active Restorative Therapeutics, and competes for the Portland based Bowerman Track Club Elite team.
While in undergrad at the University of Florida, he competed for multiple club teams: Florida Track Club, Florida Running Club, and Fit2Run Elite. He is one of the original founders and former President of the now UF RecSports affiliated Florida Running Club.
In high school, he was a state qualifier in both XC and Track.