Goal Set!  Goal Achieved!

Whether you are a world class athlete, prep coach, or someone simply trying to live the healthiest lifestyle you can, it’s not easy to have all the answers.  Many things have to go right to be successful in any challenging endeavor, the two most important of which are staying motivated and focused.  But when all the necessary pieces come together, it’s not only gratifying and exciting, but it paves the way for a future filled with top performances.

Kaye Anne Starosciak works with individuals and teams (sports and corporate) to help them reach their competition and life goals.  She brings a powerful combination of experience and skills, including:

  • Certification as a Registered Dietitian
  • Experience as one of the nation’s first Division IA Sports Nutritionists
  • Competition (and wins!) as an elite distance runner in the most prestigious road races in the world
  • Clinical experience in major hospital systems
The fact that Kaye Anne is a highly accomplished runner herself and shared information about things she personally does made her very credible to our athletes. She was ‘LEGIT’, as one high school boy commented, and our students liked her.”
Scott Griffith
West Forsyth H.S. XC Coach

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Kaye Anne’s seminars are informative, customized and fun.  She leaves audiences feeling positive about what they can achieve, and also equipped with a series of best practices they can implement immediately to be a better athlete, coach, student, manager or employee.  Examples of topics that are frequently covered include:

How to set challenging but attainable goals?

What is the right training program? 

How to avoid injuries?

How to transform a strong group of individual contributors into a winning team? 

How to recover from a physical or mental set back?

Why is eating healthy so important to performance?

For more information, please contact Kaye Anne directly at kaye@thumbsuprunner.com or reach out to her on twitter at @kannepappas.

 

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