Eating disorders do not discriminate. Anybody is at risk, at any time.
That’s why nearly 35% of college athletes show signs of developing anorexia and 58% show signs of bulimia.
The numbers are similar as you get younger or older… 42% of high school female athletes report disordered eating and 25% of all eating disorder-related hospitalizations are people over the age of 45.
These athletes with disordered eating are more likely to have menstrual dysfunction, low bone mineral density, and a much higher injury risk, compromising their health and their success as an athlete.
But I refuse to let that be the story moving forward. . .
Which is why I built the Female Athlete System of Transformation – the F.A.S.T track to overcome disordered eating and fuel your body for performance, no matter what’s going on in your head or what level of performance you are competing at right now.
It’s the same process that helped me never restrict, purge, compensate, under-eat, over-eat, or even over-exercise ever again…all while maintaining an ideal body weight that I am comfortable and confident in, AND competing in marathons and mountain races.
And to be honest, I got sick of seeing so many athletes not getting the help they needed.
The Female Athlete System of Transformation is not a “diet plan” that only works while eating certain foods. It’s not a meal plan, a magic pill, or a band-aid solution that only covers part of what’s needed.