Fight The “Freshman 15”: Nutrition for ALL Students / Tom Ryan
This is NOT a diet program! You will learn how to KICK BUTT nutritionally on foods students love to eat: pizza, burgers, chips, & yes even BEER! You’ll learn to:
1) Wake your brain before an exam.
2) Exercise less than 3 hrs./week & be in great shape
3) Learn to fill your backpack w/ brain food treats.
4) Master morning munchies.
5) Eliminate beer gut.
6) Make pizza an AWESOME late night snack.
7) Nodding off in class? Learn why and how to avoid it!
8) Short circuit campus cravings.
9) Unlock the myths of low-fat and non-fat foods.
10) Quick and easy between class snacks.
Tom Ryan has cracked the code to fitness and nutrition. He has spoken at over 200 colleges regarding health, fitness and nutrition, offering students “how to” programs for successfully Fighting the Freshman 15 and staying fit with a hectic college lifestyle.
Ryan’s roller coaster life took him from being called “Fatboy and “Tubby Tom” to Ironman Triathlete. For nearly half his life, Tom was grossly overweight. While active in sports during his youth and adolescence, Ryan could never overcome 30 – 50 pounds of excess weight. That all changed nearly 20 years ago when he began studying and experimenting with the relationship between fitness and nutrition.
Tom is the president and founder of Dallas Sports University and Dallas Athletes, which delivers group and custom fitness and nutrition training. He was named back-to-back “Triathlon Coach of the Year” by Competitor Magazine. He is a four-time Ironman finisher, and a 20-year triathlete with multiple age group wins at regional and national races. He finished 2nd & 7th in his age group at the Elite National Triathlon Championship in New York City the past two-years. His second place finish was by :01! In 2007, he finished seventh! (:40 separated the first seven athletes!) In May 2009, Tom won his division which qualified him for the Amica National Triathlon Championships in Phoenix, AZ.
Tom’s information comes from a combination of personal experience and extensive hands-on training with some of America’s finest athletes. His programs teach college students how to balance work, study, food and fitness.
What schools are saying
Thank you so much for the great presentation you gave at St. Edward’s! I received nothing but great words from those students who attended the presentation! Many people called it an “eye-opening presentation,” while another called it a presentation “where the good facts kept coming and coming.” I know that you enjoyed it as well. I wish you, your wife, and your company nothing but the best in the future. Once again, Thank you very much!
Multi-Cultural Programs Director
St. Edward’s University
It was great! Tom was such a great presenter and we had fabulous feedback from the students. I’m sure we would like to bring him back again sometime. Thanks again for the quick fill-in with that program.
Assistant Director, Student Activities
Sam Houston State University, TX
Tom did an awesome job at our campus. He was very engaged with the audience and able to get participants. I think the people that went all learned something new and left feeling like they has some tips that they would be able to change within their daily lives.
Katherine B.U WI, Oshkosh
Speaker Series Coordinator