Athletes of any caliber who want to optimize performance and training have an option to participate in a performance enhancement testing program that Experience Triathlon is now offering locally.
Experience Triathlon announced that in partnership with Exercising Nutritionally, the company has formed ET Testing Services, which will offer the testing program that Exercising Nutritionally has already used in research studies of Olympic and world-class athletes, according to Experience Triathlon.
“Experience Triathlon is very excited to form this long-term strategic partnership with Exercising Nutritionally. We believe the combination of medical grade testing that is accurate and repeatable, coupled with coach developed training plans based on test outcomes, will help us improve the performance and wellness of all athletes,” Joe LoPresto, Founder of Experience Triathlon said in a news release.
The testing procedures offered will use standardized testing and state-of-the-art medical grade testing equipment in an effort to provide the information needed for athletes and to optimize performance in training and racing, according to Experience Triathlon. The testing services will also help athletes improve body composition, attain better nutritional balance and address performance needs, in turn improving an athletes overall health and wellness.
Experience Triathlon provides endurance coaching services, clubs, camps, race events, nutrition coaching, massage therapy and performance testing to athletes in the Chicago area and around the world, according to the company.
Exercising Nutritionally works with competitive athletes and community groups to assists in the development of programs to enhance sports performance and healthy lifestyles.
“The partnership between Experience Triathlon and Exercising Nutritionally establishes a new standard in sports performance assessment, program development, and the monitoring of all aspiring athletes, from beginners to seasoned veterans,” Dr. Broeder, the CEO of Exercising Nutritionally said in the news release.