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Sports Nutrition Programming for Athletes

Sports Nutrition

Programming for Athletes



Sports Nutrition Programming for Athletes

Sports Nutrition

Programming for Athletes


Our Mission


Nutritional Revolution (NR) was created after, Owner Kyla Channell, saw that there was a true disconnect between daily nutrition and nutrition for athletes.  Specifically on how to and when they should be using specific fueling methods to achieve optimal performance as well as health in their sport.  NR works with males and females, specializing in female specific fueling and hydration requirements depending on where you are in your hormone cycle or life stage.  NR works with all types and levels of athletes whether you are a beginner or advanced athlete training for IronMan World Championship, CrossFit Games or an Olympic Lifting meet we can design a plan to excel your performance.  In addition to helping clients fuel and hydrate properly for their activities Nutritional Revolution works with clients of all ages, activity levels and those wanting to achieve goals of weight loss, energy stabilization, dietary changes due to allergen/sensitivities and overall health and well being working from the inside out.

Nutritional Revolution believes that any one person no matter the age, weight or current struggle can make healthy changes to improve their well being and get closer to their goals through education, motivation, support, encouragement and the right guidance.


Nutritional Revolution Clients include

IRONMAN World Champs

Professional Triathletes

NHL Players

Professional Mountain Bikers

Professional Tennis Players

Competitive CrossFit Athletes

Competitive Olympic Lifters

Ultra Endurance Athletes

MMA Fighters

Federal Bureau of Investigation Agents



High School and Collegiate - Swimmers, water polo players and rowers

Fitness Instructors and Coaches

Casual CrossFitters

Busy Professionals







Kyla Channell, BS, DNP



Owner and Founder of Nutritional Revolution;

Degreed Sports Nutrition Practitioner;

PurplePatch Fitness Lead Nutritionist;

CrossFit Level 1 Trainer

Nutrition Advisor for HeroFuel



Sports Cardiovascular and Wellness Nutrition

Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics

American Diabetes Association

Collegiate & Professional Sports Dietitians Association

My Sports Dietitian


Kyla is a Degreed Nutritional Practitioner, specializing in elite athlete fueling for each unique sport and sex differences between athletes.  

Sports Nutrition is a constantly changing field due to all the new scientific research coming out.  It's important to know what journal article results are actually relevant and statistically significant for a client.  Kyla keeps up to date on the latest scientific research, attending monthly conferences and webinars to keep her athletes informed and performing their best.  Not only does Kyla work one-on-one with clients but she also gives Nutrition Seminars to teams and gyms (Click here to request a seminar).


Practice and Certifications

Kyla holds a Bachelor’s of Science Degree from the University of California Davis in Clinical Nutrition, and a CrossFit Level 1 Trainer Certification.  Following UC Davis Kyla worked under Dr. Stacy T. Sims, MSc, PhD Environmental Exercise Physiologist- Nutrition Scientist; Expert in Hydration, Nutrition and Sex Differences where she studied sex differences and effects on athletic performance.


Through workshops, one-on-one consults and meal plans, Kyla specializes in helping clients with the following:

  • Properly fueling the body for specific sports and hobbies to enhance performance

  • Increasing energy levels naturally and keeping levels stable throughout the day

  • Improving sleep habits using food

  • Transitioning to a healthy nutrient dense lifestyle

  • Decreasing body weight, increasing lean muscle mass and decreasing body fat percentage

  • Adapting an anti-inflammatory diet

  • Increasing awareness of food and macronutrient affects on ones body

  • Food pairing to utilize fat stores and decrease insulin response

  • Adapting to a healthy lifestyle to avoid food allergens and food sensitivities


Additional Education

Training Nutrition and Hydration Strategies for Endurance Athletes - A glimpse into personalized sports nutrition for endurance athletes - Tavis Piattoly MS, RD, LDN, Dina Griffin MS, RDN, CSSD, CISSN, Ronnie Harper Ed.D, ATC, LAT

Functional Sports Nutrition 101, Optimizing Performance at the Root - Kylene Bogden MS, RDN, CSSD, LDN, CLT, IFNCP, Tavis Piattoly MS, RD, LDN, August 2019

Science of Endurance Hydration - Andy Blow Precision Hydration, August 2019

SCAN Symposium, April 2019

SCAN Symposium No Limits Nutrition: Extreme and Unique Practices May 2018 

Risks of Dietary Supplements - Kat Barefield, MS, RD, CPT April 2018

Mindful Eating for Improved Health Outcomes - Marsha Hudnall, MS, RDN, CD and Dana Notte, MS, RDN, CD May 2017

Pre-Workout Supplements: Good, Bad and Ugly - Tavis Piattoly MS, RD, LDN, November 2015

Update on Calcium and Vit D - Recent Research and Recommendations - Robert P. Heaney M.D., November 2015 

Sodium, Too Much, Too Little or Just Right Seminar – Robert Hearney MD, November 2014

Making Healthful Eating Behaviors Stick Seminar – October 2014

Tackling Fat Phobia Seminar – Dow AgroSciences, October 2014

Decade of Nutrigenomics Seminar – Judith A. Gilbride, PhD, RD, CDN, FADA, September 2014

Rethinking Dietary Fat Seminar – Penny Kris-Etherton PhD, RD, September 2014

Omega 3, 6, 9: What Every RD Needs to Know Seminar – SCAN, September 2014

Putting Protein Into Practice Seminar – Stuart Phillips, PhD, July 2014

Eating Disorders Do Not Discriminate – Kortney Parman, RD, BSN, June 2014

Sports Nutrition: The Power to Influence Exercise Performance – Esther F. Myers, Phd, RDN, FADA, May 2014

Antioxidants and Phytochemicals Seminar – Karen Collins, MS, RDN, CDN, February 2014