Excellence in Nutrition & Training
T.S Eschholz (Steve)
Steve is a certified strength and conditioning specialist through the National Sports Performance Association and is a member of the National Strength and Conditioning Association. He is the president of Fitness Crafters, a company dedicated to every aspect of health including the optimization of physical performance through nutrition, enhancement of personal environment, and physical training. In fulfilling these goals, Steve has developed nutrition guidelines for numerous people, from the preparing and expectant parents to infants, on through to those in their 80s. The breadth of specific issues he addresses extends from enhancing existing good health through the challenging aspects of auto-immune and cardio-vascular diseases, cancer, as well as many other health concerns. A significant portion of Steve’s efforts are dedicated to optimizing the nutrition and supplementation strategies for athletes and athletic teams at every level of ability from children and the beginning "weekend warrior" to the professional and international level competitor.
Prior to establishing Fitness Crafters, he worked for several consulting firms in the Washington, DC area applying the knowledge he had gained while serving as a United States Marine Corps artillery officer. In both his Marine Corps assignments and in civilian industry, Steve served as the recognized expert in the area of health, fitness, and nutrition.
His athletic background includes football, soccer, and swimming while attending the Bullis Prep School in Potomac, Maryland. During his four years at the Citadel, Steve was a member of the school's soccer and bicycling teams. He has run two marathons, each under 3½ hours, competed in a number of triathlons, as well as, a number of one day cross-country distance events ranging in distance from 31 to 40 miles in length. He has a background in the martial arts and serves as the chairman of a summer biathlon program which combines the challenges of cross-country running and rifle marksmanship.
Currently, Steve trains over 25 clients ranging in age from 9 to 66 years and counsels several others by phone and email. His eldest is a woman who, in June 2000, became the oldest person to earn the gold medal level in pairs ice dance. In the 2¾ years that Steve worked with her prior to her final test, a combined program of nutrition and strength training increased her strength, dropped this client’s bodyfat percentage and increased her bone density. His youngest client is a 9 year old multisport athlete. Steve has recently provided nutrition advice to an Olympic level track athlete who, since incorporating those recommendations, has set records in his country, and is slated to compete in the 400 meter in Sydney. Furthermore, Steve has been working with a female figure skater who is likely to qualify for the 2002 Olympics in salt lake city. At another level, in August 1999, he developed a nutritional protocol for a client, assisting him to lose over 230 pounds in 10 months. In addition to the weight loss, the nutrition program reversed what had been diagnosed as adult onset diabetes and returned the client's blood lipid and triglyceride count to the low end of the normal range. Recently, Steve has provided nutrition guidance for colonel Charles Easom's current trek on the Appalachian Trail for the Memory Tree Foundation.
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