Caroline has a Masters’ of Science in Exercise Physiology with Bachelor degrees in Psychology and Nutrition. In addition she has a BST (Body Scan Technician) Certification, has completed her CNHP (Certified Natural Health Practitioner), CNC (Certified Nutritional Consultant) through the AANC (American Association of Nutritional Consultants) and competently fulfilled the requirements at Trinity College of Natural Health for Naturopathy. She works with all populations (recreational athletes, weight management, disease management, elite athletes and corporations) blending Food, Fitness and Alternative Medicine.
She continues to stay abreast of the research being done in the areas of exercise, nutrition, and alternative approaches to wellness. She is President of Metabolism Magic LLC, a company that specializes in consulting individuals and groups in both the exercise and nutrition areas.
She was the city of Richardson, Texas, Wellness Coordinator where she created and implemented a physical fitness and assessment program for fire and police personnel. She developed the “Fueling the Fire Fighter” program, which has been presented across the nation. In addition, she has been a regular contributor to several publications and triathlon club newsletters as well as appearing on several television networks.
She has made presentations on a wide variety of topics to a number of corporations such as: American Airlines, IBM, TU Electric, State Farm, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Texas Instruments, Anderson Consulting, and the Ford Motor Company. She believes in teaching individuals how to change their lifestyle by having people ask, “Is what I am doing working, and if not, what can I do to change it”, then she provides the knowledge that gives individuals a way to answer that question.
A competitive triathlete/duathlete for over 25 years, she consistently ranked in the top three of her age group. During that time she was nominated to the Triathlon/Duathlon All American Team for a number of years. In addtion she has competed at The World’s as part of Team USA and at National events.
She has run three marathons including qualifying for Boston’s 100th at the White Rock Marathon. Her time placed her 15th overall and she won the 35-39 age group overall. Despite some serious accidents and multiple surgeries, she has continued to bounce back and race as a Master’s on the mountain bike and has done very well. She mentors a wide variety of recreational and competitive athletes.