Nutrition Partnership

Periodically, I write about Nutritional Supplements and their benefits for Rock Climbing.  Although I am not professionally trained in the areas of Diet & Nutrition, I do have a background in Physical Education, Kinesiology, Exercise Physiology, and Coaching.

I have a unique partnership bridging several different industries that may be of interest to you, the reader of this blog.  This bridge connects a Food Supplement company with two Consulting businesses and then with multiple Climber Advocacy organizations like the Access Fund and Minnesota Climbers Association (MCA).  Please note the disclaimer below emphasizing the voluntary transfer of profits to donations and the transparency of reporting.

Disclaimer:

Purchase of any products via recommendations from the author of this blog is purely voluntary on the part of the reader.  The third-party consulting firm agrees to donate 50% of all proceeds derived through RealWorldClimbing.com to the Access Fund, unless another organization is agreed upon with the consumer.  In no way is the product supplier involved in the transfer of funds or in the promotion of the recipient organizations.

Donations will occur on a monthly basis and RealWorldClimbing.com will report in full disclosure the donated amounts on a quarterly basis.  As stated above, 50% of the proceeds will be donated which averages about $0.14 donated per $1.00.

I will not throw out a come-one-come-all type purchase method.  All arrangements will be made on a one-on-one basis in order to maintain great customer service to you.  To arrange a consultation, copy and paste the below content (adding your responses) into an e-mail addressed to: realworldclimbing@gmail.com

Full Name:

Phone #:

Ideal Time/Day to contact:

2nd Option Time/Day:

Interest and/or Questions about these supplements:

Access Fund is my preferred recipient of donations, yes/no:

My preferred recipient of donations is:

Thank you for considering the recommendations of RealWorldClimbing.com when it comes to your Nutritional wants and needs and thus supporting organizations that fight to maintain access to our beloved climbing locations.

Nutrition Categories:

– General
– Preventative Maintenance
– Before-During-After
– Recovery
– Weight Management
– Energy

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