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Seminar Classes

Tuesday 6:45-7:30


Midwest Sports will provide guidance and education to proper nutrition and hydration for exceptional athletic performance. Proper nutrition provides athletes with the energy and nutrients they need to progress in their training and perform and the highest level. We provide top-of-the-line nutritionists to personalize a nutrition plan that is specific to you and your needs. Our goal is to educate the athletes on the importance of nutrition that will be practiced throughout a lifetime.

Specialized Nutritionist

At Midwest Sports Performance, we have specialized nutritionists that will work with you to help achieve all of your fitness goals. Nutritionists are food experts. If you have been working on cleaning up your diet and need the help of a professional, you have come to the right place. Our nutrition specialists will work with the trainers and put together a personalized plan based on your goals and needs. There will be benchmarks and milestones, and you will see your progression week by week.

Our Specialized Nutritionist Can Help You With:
+Weight Loss
+Weight Gain
+Overall Health
+Motivation & Support
+Health & Wellness Education

Schedule an Appointment Today

Schedule an appointment and consultation with our Specialized Nutritionist today. To get started on the first step of accomplishing all of your fitness and nutrition needs, fill out the form below.

3-Month Nutrition Programs

Nutrition plans require a 3-month commitment, and prices drop for maintenance.

Limited Nutrition: $80 first month/$20 second & third
Consultation & Nutrition Assessment
Customized meal plan
Monthly check-in for tracking & progress (InBody)
Supplementation guidance

Advanced Nutrition: $100 first month/$40 second & third
Consultation & Nutrition Assessment
Customized meal plan
Bi-weekly check-in for tracking & progress (InBody)
Supplementation guidance

Comprehensive Nutrition: $120 first month/$80 second & third

  • Consultation & Nutrition Assessment
  • Customized meal plan
  • Weekly check-ins for tracking & progress (InBody)
  • Supplementation guidance
  • Explanation on macronutrient break-down
  • Grocery list
  • Newsletters (includes healthy recipes & topic of the month)
  • Unlimited guidance & coaching for 30 days
  • Access to informative and specific handouts
  • 1 Free access pass to a nutrition seminar

Baked Cheesy Pumpkin Macaroni

Yield = 8 x 1 cup servings

8 oz cooked whole-grain pasta
1 tbs butter
1 clove garlic
3 c spinach
1 tbs sage (fresh + chopped)
1 tbs thyme (fresh + chopped)
1 tbsp rosemary (fresh + chopped)
1 c chicken broth
½ c low-fat milk
1-15oz can pumpkin puree
2 tbs all-purpose flour
4 oz Pecorino Romano cheese
3 oz chicken breast
½ c whole-grain bread crumbs
¼ c parmesan cheese (grated)

Preheat oven to 350F. Cook the pasta in a large pot according to directions to obtain “al dente”
Cook the butter, garlic, & shallots over M-heat until the shallots are translucent (~2 minutes)
Stir in the herbs & spices and spinach; cook until the spinach wilts.
Stir in the chicken broth, milk, pumpkin, AP flour, & Romano cheese to the skillet. Simmer for 8-10 minutes
Transfer & combine all ingredients into a 9×13 baking dish. If using lean protein, add it now. Top the mixture with breadcrumbs and parm.
Bake 20-25 minutes / until the top is golden brown

316 calories | 28g P | 33g C | 8g F

Purchase foods that are in-season

Eating in-season means that you are consuming the food at the same time of year that it is grown & harvested. It is not only good for you, but also for the fruit, the earth from which it was harvested & your wallet. When you buy in season…

The food is at peak supply
It costs less for the farmers & distributors to harvest & get to your local grocery store, thus, cheaper for you *pay attention to price trends on fresh produce.
The food tastes its best because it is naturally grown and ripened without use of artificial growth mechanisms
You ingest a variety of foods, which broadens your palate & encourages a well-balanced diet
You may support local, sustainable farmers
What is currently in season? (September – November)
apples, bananas, beets, bell peppers, broccoli, brussels, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, celery, collard greens, cranberries, garlic, grapes, greens, green beans, kale, lettuce, mangos, mushrooms, onions, parsnips, peas, pears, pineapple, potatoes, pumpkins, radishes, raspberries, rutabagas, spinach, sweet potatoes & yams, swiss chard, turnips, winter squash

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