Fall 2016 Nutrition Clinics


We’re excited to announce that Dr. Joshua Eldridge will be heading out this fall on a speaking tour and he will be working with gyms around the country to bring this incredible nutrition experience to the gymnasts and families.

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We gaurantee (money back!) that this will not only change your family’s health, but will also change the performance of your athletes and the eating culture at your gym, because:

Nutrition = Performance

The Link Between Your Gymnast’s Performance and Their Potential is NUTRITION 

Join Dr. Joshua Eldridge, Author of the Amazon Best Selling “Book on Injuries” for gymnasts, in Northern California for a gym and life changing talk on how your gym families can promote health, performance, and excellence through practical and easy to implement performance nutrition. 

Dr. Eldridge has an easy to understand, relatable style of presentation that will get your gymnasts excited about eating the right foods, and will teach your parents what foods to buy to give your gymnasts the energy to compete and succeed in both gymnastics and life. 

What You Can Expect To Learn

  • What to eat and when to eat it
  • Energy requirements for gymnasts 
  • Performance enhancing foods 
  • Calories a gymnast needs 
  • Timing of intake to give more energy for practice 
  • Prevent dehydration, prevent mental lapses in the gym 
  • How food can affect future family generations 
  • Decrease injury potential through nutrition 
  • Increasing available energy 
  • Recovery strategies after a hard practice 
  • Parents, coaches, and gymnasts roles for nutrition 

Parent Testimonial

Okay. Officially love Dr. Josh. Morgan just picked out juice to dilute (“it improves performance by 33%, Mom”) and fruit for mid-workout snack. 

And, he ate a bite of tomato, and pronounced it, “not horrible.”


Gym Owner Testimonial

Everyone in our gym got a lot out of the seminar!  It was great information in a simplified, understandable presentation for the athletes and parents.  I really like the “Road Map to Success.”  I also really like the teaching of 1 bite for at least 20 different days in order to acquire a taste for disliked foods. 

Spots are limited and will fill up fast! Available weekends:

September 9-11 Virginia and Maryland

September 11, 2016 2pm-4:30pm Dulles Gymnastics Academy

September 16-18 Washington State

September 23-25 Michigan

September 30-October 2 Oklahoma City

October 7-9

October 14-16 

October 14, 2016 7pm-9:30pm Hayden’s Gymnastics, Evans GA

October 21-23

October 21, 2016 7pm-9:30pm Pinnacle Gymnastics, Shawnee, KS

October 28-30

November 4-6

November 11-13

November 20-22

How it works:

It’s our policy at Gymnast Care that families pay for their own education, and not let it be a burden to the gym. Price per family is $20, and there is a 30 family minimum. Due to the incredible value provided for your gym, we recommend that you make it mandatory for your team families. 

Plan 45 minutes for the gymnast presentation and 1 1/2 hours for the parents. It is best for the gymnasts to go first, then the parents…gymnasts get excited about this presentation and push their parents to be better at buying and preparing food. 

Please contact Gymnast Care at doc@gymnastcare.com to reserve your gym today!

Dr. Joshua Eldridge

About Dr. Joshua Eldridge

Dr. Joshua Eldridge has specialized in protecting gymnasts from injury. He is the inventor of The X Brace, and has developed a treatment protocol for Sever’s disease and heel pain that has helped thousands of gymnasts throughout the world. Dr. Eldridge brings practical, easy injury care and prevention that can be done at home.

  • Kristine

    Is there a Denver date? Dates/Cities are incomplete.

  • Dr. Joshua Eldridge

    Kristine, There’s not a Denver date yet, but I have had interest. If your gym would like to host, send me an email at doc@gymnastcare.com

  • Tatiana

    I hope that after the presentations are made the video would be accessible for the rest of the public who could not see them live. After changing the club and being transferred to a higher category the kid keeps showing higer ALT and AST and high LDG in her blood tests, not gaining weight or growing muscles for a year. It could be our nutrition fault or a personal responce to training. The kid eats too little, perhaps.
    I wonder if you have any examples of dealing with a picky eater in gymnastics. Perhaps, you know the nutritional norms for gymnasts of 10-11 years of age training 17-20 hours per week? Most recommendations deal with older sportsmen, and include pharma. Perhaps, Pediasure or any kind of protein drinks would help. I talked to a Dutch sports nutritionist. Making an extra sandwich with ham- cheese does not help.

  • Tiffany Kuykendall

    Is there an Arkansas date? Are the blank spots available?
    Thank you,

  • We are so excited to be hosting Dr. Josh at Grand Rapids Gymnastics in Grand Rapids, MI on September 23rd. Athletes and families from other gyms welcome. Contact akortegr@gmail.com or Angela at 616-915-1691 if you are in the West Michigan area and would like to attend!!!

  • Dr. Joshua Eldridge

    Angela, Can’t wait to be there with your gym family and I’m excited you’re inviting the community!