BECCA SIMON

BSc, Nutrition Consultant, NASM CPT

Becca enjoys working with both males and females of all ages that take their fitness seriously.  She offers a one-on-one personalized approach to sports nutrition counseling for ALL levels ranging from the casual exercisers, to the time strapped weekend warriors, all the way to ultra-competitive athletes. In addition, Becca specializes in hormonal issues, gut disturbances, females looking to use their menstrual cycle as an ergogenic aid for performance, and those suffering from low energy availability and RED-S.

Becca grew up in an active family, always having a great passion for health and fitness.  However, due to mixed media messages, she dealt with a negative relationship with food and how to properly fuel for performance the majority of her life until she hit an ultimate low after breaking her tibia, sidelining her for over a year from ALL physical activity and sports. Becca especially loved running, the one thing in her life she felt “really good” at doing.  Running provided her with a sense of purpose, confidence and control. However, she realized something needed to change.  So, she focused in on her own nutrition. 

Having already been passionate about the topic of the continuously evolving subject of Sports Performance, she decided to obtain her B.S. in Kinesiology, as well as becoming a NASM certified personal trainer.  During this time, she decided to become her own guinea pig. She tried all the fad diets, and began diving deeper into the
”why”, researching reasons her body was constantly breaking, why she runs marathons but was barely eating anything to maintain a “race weight”, why she was depressed, and why men never seem to have the same problems women do! These life experiences motivated her to further her education and dive deep into the research. She went on to receive her degree as a Nutrition Consultant from Bauman College where she learned how nutrition can enhance our performance both physically and mentally.  In addition, she was part of only 50 people to partake in Dr. Stacy Sims, an expert in sex differences in sport, first certification course. There she learned how to optimize performance for females vs males based on the scientific research…because as Dr. Sims motto goes “Women are Not Small Men”.  

  • MSc Nutrition & Human Performance expected 12/2021
  • Certified Nutrition Consultant from Bauman College
  • BSc Kinesiology from SF University
  • NASM Certified Personal Trainer
  • Half and full distance marathon runner
  • Qualified for Boston Marathon
  • Qualified for NYC Marathon
  • Completed in Olympic Tri & championships qualifier

Menopause for Athletes – 5 week course by Dr Stacy Sims – June – July 2021

Exercise Induced Muscle Damage: Etiology and Nutritional Strategies to Consider

Protein Metabolism and Recommendations for Athletes

Mindset and Fueling

Probiotics and Athletes: What the Practitioner Should Know

The Versatility of Creatine for Optimal Health and Athletic Performance

Nutritional Recommendations for Maximizing Body Composition and Metabolism

Female Athlete Conference – June 2021

Nutritional Needs for the Female Athlete – Dina Griffin, MS, RDN, CSSD – January 2021

Dietary and Nutritional Supplementation to Enhance the Effects of Resistance Training – Jeffrey Stout, PhD, CSCS, FISSN – January 2021

The Athlete’s Gut – Overcoming Stomach Distress – Patrick Wilson, PhD, RD – January 2021

Inflammation: Friend or Foe in Sport Performance? – Allen Tran, MS, RD, CSSD – December 2020

Creatine Supplementation – Eric Rawson, PhD, FACSM – November 2020

The Role of the Menstrual Cycle and The Importance of a Period – Heidi K. Strickler, MS RD CSSD METS I ISAK 1 – October 2020

The Fab4 Pregnancy Course – Kelly LeVeque -August 2020

Fab4 Fundamentals in Blood Sugar Regulation Course – Kelly LeVeque -August 2020

Human Performance Optimization for the Tactical Athlete from a Nutrition Perspective – Speaker: Hosted by Tavis Piattoly, MS, RD, LDN, Joanne Villaflor, MS, RDN, CSSD, LD – August 2020

Sports Nutrition for the Injured Athlete – Speaker: Katie McInnis PhD, RD, LD – July 2020

Nutrigenomics in Exercise & Sport – Nanci Guest PhD, RD, CSCS – June 2020

Supplements vs Foods – Kamal Patel, MPH, MBA – June 2020

Plant-based nutritional strategies in health & sport: facts & fallacies – Nanci Guest PhD, RD, CSCS – June 2020

Heat Mitigation Strategies: Hydration and Sweat Electrolyte Concentration – Courteney Benjamin PhD., CSCS – June 2020

Metabolic Efficiency Training for Athletes – Bob Seebohar MS, RD, CSSD, CSCS, METS II – June 2020

Sleep and Sports – Meeta Singh, MD – June 2020

Vitamin D and Human Performance – Brad Dieter, PhD – June 2020

Fluid and Electrolyte Replacement for Athletic Performance – Khalil Lee, PhD, CSCS – June 2020

Nutrition for Injuries – Keith Baar, PhD, Professor UC Davis Physiology and Membrane Biology – June 2020

Advantages and Disadvantages of Eating Plant Based – Francis Holway – June 2020

Race Nutrition Planning – Asker Jeukendrup, PhD, Sports Nutrition Expert – June 2020

Dietary Nitrate and Exercise Performance – Anni Vanhatalo, PhD Exercise Physiology, FACSM, Professor of Human Physiology – June 2020

Optimizing Glycogen Loading; Optimizing Performance – Andrew Bosch, PhD, Professor of Sports Science and Physiology

Weight Management in Athletes – Ina Garthe, PhD Sports Nutrition- June 2020

5 Rules to Sleep – Shona Halson, PhD Exercise Physiology, Director of the Australian Olympic Committee Recovery Centre for three Olympic Games – June 2020

What’s The Fat on High Fat Diets for Endurance Performance? – Louise Burke, PhD, RD, Head of Sports Nutrition, Australian Institute of Sport, Canberra – June 2020

Muscle Building Across the Lifespan – Brad Schoenfeld, PhD, CSCS, CPT – June 2020

5 Rules to Gain Muscle Mass – Dr Oliver Witard PhD AFHEA – June 2020

Four Key Steps to Designing an Effective Nutrition Plan for Achieving Optimal Performance WeightMichele Macedonio, MS, RD, CSSD, LD

Performance-Centered Plant-Based Diets for Athletes – Chris Rosenbloom, PhD, RDN, FAND, Bob Murray, PhD, FACSM

Considerations for the Female Runner: Myths, Methods and Performance with Dr Stacy Sims

Women Are Not Small Men Course Certification- Dr. Stacy Sims – January 2020

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AVAILABLE PACKAGES

BEGINNER 1 MONTH NUTRITION SUPPORT

$249 – 1 month of nutrition support.

INTERMEDIATE 3 MONTHS OF NUTRITION SUPPORT

$224.99/mo – 3 months of nutrition support.

ADVANCED – 6 MONTHS OF NUTRITION SUPPORT

$199.99/mo – 6 months of nutrition support.

PRO – 12 MONTHS OF NUTRITION SUPPORT

$179.99/mo – 12 months of nutrition support.

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WHAT BECCA’S CLIENTS SAY

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I ran this morning, the run felt much better mentally and physically. My splits were 70 seconds faster and the last 2 miles were negative splits so that was a big win in my book! Thank you for your help, made such a big difference! Ready for the next phase whoo hoo!

Laura M. – Runner, California, USA

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Thank you for the tips on competition fueling – getting in the carbs post day one competition per your recommendation was a game changer for day two. Thank you!

Katie R. – CrossFit, Georgia, USA