This course provides evidence-based nutrition recommendations and vital nutritional factors that support soft tissue health, including tendons, ligaments, and fascia.
You will learn the function and nutritional needs of each of those tissues, what leads to soft tissue damage, and what to eat to prevent the typical soft connective tissue issues like fascial adhesions, myofascial pain syndrome, or acute injury (trauma, rupture, tear).
Learn the healing process for soft connective tissues and their nutrients needs, dose, and time to consume them when recovering from any injury.
• Registered Dietitians
• Physical Therapists
• Strength & Conditioning Coaches
• Functional Medicine Doctors
• Parents who want to learn more on how to address their family's nutritional needs
Barbara Depta, founder and CEO of Resync, is an elite performance and structural balance coach who has spent more than a decade working with pro athletes from the NFL, MLB, and NBA to PGA and LPGA to help them recover effectively and prevent injuries. She studied physical education at the University School of Physical Education in Krakow and health sciences at the University of Massachusetts Boston. Barbara became a performance coach, focusing on fascia health, pliability, nutrition, and structural balance. She is a strong proponent that performing your best requires the integrated, sustained, and heightened function of every system in the body.
Detrick Snyder is a Denver-based dietitian, writer, and consultant who loves analyzing solutions and developing evidence-based content to support health and nutrition companies on a mission for better health. Detrick brings expertise in clinical research, public health practice, and the culinary arts to provide the most actionable, impactful recommendations to any client he works with.