Fueling the Mother Athlete

Are you ready to become a faster, stronger, and more confident Mother Athlete?


Fueling the Mother Athlete is a 6-week online course dedicated to helping busy moms improve their sports performance through focused nutrition education, recommendations, and group accountability.

Registered Dietitian Nutritionists, Kendra Miller and Tiffany Ricci, use the LEAP approach to guide clients to better performance:

Listen to education videos and participate in live question and answer sessions. If you are unable to meet live, you can tune into the recorded video or audio.

Examine summary handouts and experience ongoing support and accountability through the Get Healthie app.

Apply takeaway points to your personal lifestyle and utilize snack lists, meal planning tips, and recipe ideas.

Perfect the applications through practice. Share you experiences with the group and receive personal feedback from the RDNs.

Join the next Fueling the Mother Athlete online course beginning July 6th. There are no quizzes or requirements. You can complete the course on your own time, and your own pace, in your own location.

Improve your education, speed, and strength by following the steps below:

1. Sign up for the Fueling the Mother Athlete course.

2. Complete the 6-week course and stay accountable through the Get Healthie app.

3. See your performance improve.

Course Dates:

July 6th – August 16th

August 24th – October 3rd

October 12th – November 22nd


Your Instructors


Hello! I’m Kendra Miller, Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) and Certified Personal Trainer (CPT). I’m the owner of Stroller Strong Moms – Asheville, mother to Gaston and Sawyer, and wife to Chris. Outside of SLAM, my favorite forms of exercise include running and backpacking. I also enjoy relaxing with a good novel and creating new recipes in the kitchen.

I completed my Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Coordinated Program in Dietetics at the University of Texas and my Master of Public Health in Health Promotion Science at the University of Oklahoma. I have experience in many aspects of nutrition – sports nutrition and weight management to pediatric and prenatal nutrition as well as food service and menu planning. Before moving to North Carolina, I owned and operated a private nutrition practice in Alaska. I provided athletes with one-on-one consultations to improve their nutrition and enhance their performance. I also contracted with a regional hospital to provide telehealth nutrition education for mothers and children.

My path in the field of nutrition began as a young ballerina. I learned early on that, in order to perform at my best, I needed to keep my body in prime condition. I soon figured out this meant healthy meals and endurance snacks to keep me going through long rehearsals. I later took that same drive and determination I held on stage and placed it into studying the science of nutrition. In the years that followed, I have developed a passion for healthy living and delicious food. I hope to instill that same hunger in everyone I meet through Fueling Life Nutrition.


Hey hey! I’m Tiffany Ricci, Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) and Certified Exercise Physiologist as well as owner of Stroller Strong Moms Billings. I’m married to Brad and have three boys – Radley, Rowan, and Ridge. We love to stay active exploring the outdoors – including biking, running, and hiking. When I’m not Sweating Like a Mother at class, I enjoy reading, writing, and uninterrupted phone conversations.

Nutrition is my second career. After obtaining a Bachelor of Science in Animal Science at South Dakota State University, my love for helping people perform athletically led me to the field of dietetics. I was a runner trying to help people run faster – but knew I needed a strong foundation in nutrition to help them succeed. I completed my Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics from Kansas State University and have had a wide range of experience in the nutrition field working in the clinical setting, developing employee wellness programs, and teaching the science of nutrition to college students.

Prior to our move to Montana, I had a private practice in Alaska where I helped clients achieve weight management goals, improve athletic performance, and provided sports nutrition presentations for college and community athletic groups.

My experience in running marathons, biking century rides, and long-distance cross-country skiing adventures helps me better understand the need for a solid base of nutrition to fuel performance. I enjoy watching clients achieve their training and performance goals after improving their nutrition. I can’t wait to do the same with you!



There’s only one way to sweat…
like a mother.