Florida Swimming

Partnering with Sports Nutritionist |
Kelsey Pontius, RD, LDN, CSSD

  • Registered Dietitian/Nutritionist,
  • Certified Specialist in Sports Dietetics
  • Elite runner, US 2020 & 2024 Marathon Olympic Trials Qualifier
Meteor Nutrition arose after lifelong athlete, Kelsey Pontius wished to pursue her passion for the impact of nutrition on the human body in motion.

Kelsey grew up playing competitive soccer, and eventually ended her career as a D1 soccer player to transform into a distance runner who has since qualified for both the 2020 and 2024 US Marathon Olympic Trials. Through several instances of her athletic background, she felt the ebbs and flows with nutrition on performance.  She knew she was destined to help other athletes benefit from the implementation of optimal nutrition.

Aside from working with ambitious athletes, Kelsey has worked in the clinical arena with a multitude of different medical complexities.  Having a variety of different experiences in dietetics has given Kelsey the necessary tools to allow wholesome food heal and fuel the remarkable human body.



*Nutritional workshops and personalized resources coming to SwimRise Aquatics soon! 



Additional Nutrition Resources 

Guides for Athletes - by True Sport (non affiliated) 

The following links include essential information and guides for athletes of all levels, provided by TrueSport.

TrueSport aims to teach athletes, parents, coaches how to become informed decision makers regarding the ethics of food choices, while promoting the health and performance of the young athlete. 

True Sport Nutrition Guide 

This resource provides sample meal plans developed for an athlete weighing 150 lbs., with the assumption that training will occur in the afternoon. Matching exercise intensity/volume with proper fueling improves performance and decreases the likelihood of fatigue and injury. 

TrueFood_Athlete-Intensity-Eating-Guide.pdf (truesport.org)


Note: The content of these publications are provided for informational purposes only and is subject to change. This information is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Individuals should always seek advice from a qualified health professional.