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Should I work with a sport’s dietitian?

by Errin Short

A registered dietitian (RD) is a licensed medical professional that can work alongside physicians, physical therapists, strength and conditioning coaches, athletic trainers, coaches and more. RDs consider your unique needs by diving into health history, food preferences, dietary needs with your training goals in mind so you can perform at your best. Whether your goal is a 5k, ultra-endurance race or anything in between, a sports RD can help! Meet Errin, our favorite sports RD. She is a local South Dakota runner on a mission to debunk nutrition myths and help runners fuel their body. Her philosophy is “Food is Fuel and so much more”. Errin offers one-on-one nutrition consults or group coaching classes. She also released the Runner’s Fueling Guide which is a 38-page e-book consisting of your very own nutrition crash course, hydration recommendations, fueling strategies, and more!

If you’re ready to take that next step and hit your new PR, reach out to Errin at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or visit her website


Running Coach

Benfits of balanced nutrition & strength training.

by Kyle Kranz

Coach Kyle is a running coach based out of Rapid City, South Dakota. He has qualified for Boston twice at the Sundance to Spearfish Marathon with two sub3-hour finishes. He enjoys helping runners all over the world dial in their running, nutrition, and strength training, sprinkling in some meditation and mindfulness, and bringing it all together with great accountability and motivation. He works closely and actively with the Black Hills Running Club attending and volunteering at events throughout the year. When he's not out running or coaching you'll find him in the kitchen testing out new recipes for a future cookbook, walking with his dog Banjo and wife Desi, and loving being a father of little Quincy. 

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