Heather Hedrick Fink, M.S., R.D.
Assistant Director, Educational Services
National Institute for Fitness and Sport
Heather Hedrick Fink is the Assistant Director of the Center for Educational Services within the National Institute for Fitness and Sport. She is a Registered Dietitian and has her Master of Science in Kinesiology. She completed her Bachelor of Science degree in Dietetics as well as her Master of Science degree at the University of Illinois, Urbana/Champaign. Heather is certified by the American College of Sports Medicine as a Health/Fitness Instructor®. Heather’s interests and extensive experience are in the areas of wellness, weight management, exercise prescription, vegetarian nutrition, and sports nutrition, ranging from the recreational to the ultra-endurance athlete. At the National Institute for Fitness and Sport, she develops educational materials, implements programs and delivers presentations to various groups on nutrition and fitness topics related to healthy eating, weight control, disease prevention and improving athletic performance. She routinely appears on local NBC, CBS and cable television shows and news broadcasts to educate central Indiana residents on the benefits of a healthy lifestyle. She was the dietitian for the first team of four men aged 70+ to successfully complete the non-stop bicycle race, Race Across America. Heather is also the author of two newly released books, the Absolute Beginner’s Guide to Half Marathon Training and Practical Applications in Sports Nutrition. She has been interviewed and quoted in Women’s Day, Ladies Home Journal, and Newsweek magazines. Heather is also an accomplished triathlete, duathlete and marathon runner, including qualifying and competing in the 2003 Hawaii Ironman.
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