Nutrition in Motion
is proud to announce to sponsor and
partner with the following clubs/events:
one of Philadelphia's
premier triathlon teams!
Kick off party January 25th
at Molly Maguire's in Lansdale.
7-9 PM - members get raffle
is a multi-sport club, serving
Southern New Jersey. Nutrition in Motion is a proud sponsor of their
team offering discounts on nutrition and swim coaching services to
team members. Check my events page
for details of seminars i will be doing for them! See you there??!!
Nutrition in Motion gives back to the local
MS Society running group.
Teaming up with the national Multiple Sclerosis society to free the
world of MS. Run the Chicago or
Philadelphia marathon for free. Limited slots available and filling
fast. Any distance, any skill level, come one, come all. Click
on the logo, and join the team today! MS team members do
receive discounts from Nutrition in Motion. Mention your MS
Team participation to get your discount!
a local community for women who have survived cancer of
all kinds. Based in Bucks County, this organization offers
support for women and athletes who want to still be active despite
their ailments. Support, camaraderie and racing together!
It doesn't get better than that!
New swim programs available for the CGI Triathlon Racing series.
Joanna, certified swim coach, USAT
and elite triathlete, can help athletes get ready for the open water
swim sessions from May - July.
Check the CGI racing
website for more details about the location and times of open water
Lessons are available for open water swim sessions. Check out the
Open Water Swim Clinics in May and June at North Penn YMCA.
control of your breathing and swim effortlessly.... take lessons today!
"[I learned so much] ...I liked the
progressive way the class was taught. [I swim way better than before,
and feel so much more comfortable in the water!] -
Sharon B 2009
"I only wish I had
learned this way when I started 2 years ago. This is so much
- Jen M 2009
of Horsham PA plans for
with nutrition support from Joanna of Nutrition in Motion.
RAAM is the ultra-marathon of cycling events!
Ride all across America continuously (and hope you get there before the
others do. so yes, it is still a race!!) Doug completed it
in 11 days, 4 hours. wow.
Not only is the nutrition key in this kind of race, but so is the support
throughout the training leading up the event!
so Help Doug get there!
Go to his
website, and pledge your time or
finished the Adirondack 540 in first place with a new record for the
- watch my client Ed Rositch run 50 miles x 50 days to Run Across
the US and support Freedom is NOT Free. His run starts
March 1st and should end in San Francisco at the end of April.
He is an amazing athlete and all i can say is 'wow'. i know i
could never do that! and while you are watching his journey,
Since starting her own business in 2004, Joanna will be
competing less frequently than in past years. Her time is devoted
more to growing the business rather than training to be competitive.
Although she still enjoys the sport, Joanna is in more of a
supportive role in helping other beginner and seasoned triathletes to
swim more efficiently and improve their nutrition habits to maximize
their training efforts.
2010 racing results:
Patriot's day Tri:
3rd Overall female
Wildwood Tri - Aqua-bike - 1st overall (not just female)
Quakerman "Olympic" aqua bike - 1st overall (beat the boys, too!)
LBI sprint tri - 1st AG, 4th overall female
2009 racing results:
Philly Women's tri (du)
- 3rd in AG, 3rd fastest bike split
NJ State tri - 1st in AG, 3rd fastest bike split
Patriot's Day tri (du) - 2nd in AG, 2nd fastest bike split
NE MD tri - 2nd Overall female, 1st fastest bike split
LBI sprint tri - 3rd overall female
Joanna competing in some of
the races this year - check out the new digs with her own logo on it :)
2008 racing results:
Black Bear Triathlon - 3rd in AG, sprint
Philly Women's Tri - 3rd in AG
NJ State sprint Tri - 1st in AG
NE MD sprint Tri - 3rd overall (along with other 40-44 AGers!!)
2007 Race results
(started off well until
plantar fascitis set in late March. still nagging me a week before
the first tri - and I have not run in 3 weeks.)
Covered Bridge Ride - metric century - October 16, 2005
Here I am riding up a hill. Makes it look easy!
This photo also landed her a spot as the 'cover girl' for the
www.imageextreme.com. Must be the
St Pat's 10 miler - March -
3rd in AG
Black Bear sprint tri - June 3 -
5th in AG with plantar fascitis - lucky I could run at all!
Philadelphia Women's Tri - July 8 -
9th overall female, 4th in AG (wow, that is one tough 40-44 AG!!)
Musselman sprint tri - July 15 -
10th overall woman, 1st in AG
New Jersey State sprint tri- July 22 - did not race
North East Olympic tri - Aug 26 -
10th overall woman; 3rd in AG (again, that is one tough AG!!)
Patriot's Day sprint tri - September 23rd -
2nd in AG; 6th woman overall.
Joanna wins Patriot's Day Triathlon
2006 events and result
Devilman triathlon - 5th in AG (hey, it was the first
event of the year!)
Musselman triathlon - 3rd overall female :)
New Jersey State Tri - 1st in
Age Group (4th overall, but got beat by a bunch of youngsters - 21, 18
and 18.....so a 40 yr old did pretty well at 4th!)
North East Olympic (changed to duathlon)
- don't remember cause it was not
Joanna running at Musselman 2006,
unknowing that she was heading to a 3rd place finish...
Event/Results - 2005
Chesapeake Bay 4.4 mile
Swim - June 12- 2:06 overall time. (PS. it really is a very, very
long way to swim)
Triathlon - June 26 - 2:34:36 = 5th in AG; 27th woman overall, 173rd
overall out of almost 1000 participants.
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