We offer coaching in three areas:
Motivation/Goal Setting - If you are feeling stuck and can't seem to get yourself into action, or you can't take the steps necessary to achieve your goals, this type of coaching can be of great value.
Running - If you run recreationally and would like to start racing, we can help. If you run competitivelyand would like to run faster, we can help. If you've never run before, but would like to start, we can help.
Diet - If you are looking to transition to a plant-based diet, we can help. If you are already eating a plant-based diet and would like help making adjustments, we can help. If you live with others who challenge your diet, we can help. If you need meal plans, we'd be happy to provide them for you.
Before purchasing your first coaching session or package, please go to meetme.so/TimVanOrden to set up a free 15 minute consultation. This gives us an opportunity to get to know you and to determine what type of coaching would best suit your needs.
Tim Van Orden is shattering the myths and misconceptions that surround a plant based diet. He has spent the past ten years proving that a vegan athlete can excel in some of the world's most grueling sports. Along the way, Tim was named "U.S. Masters Runner of the Year", four times, and he's garnered ten U.S. Trail Running Championship titles at 10k, 15k, Half, Marathon, and 50k. In addition, Tim has finished top ten in the world championships of stair climbing, snowshoe racing and mountain running.
Now, a sought after coach and presenter in the fields of motivation, nutrition, and athletic performance, Tim has inspired countless people around the world to improve their health and change their lives.***
Jamie Woolsey is an accomplished plant based athlete and researcher. Motivated by the success of her dietary and fitness protocols, Jamie is excited to help others achieve similar results. She uses a unique blending of compassion and neuroscience to make goal achievement easier and more enjoyable.
Jamie graduated from Cornell University with a Bachelor of Arts degree, and continued her education through the T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies. She remains focused on her research in the fields of neuroscience, psychology, physiology, nutrition, and the micro biome.