Performance Athletes

A fueling plan that ensures your body isn't done until you say so.

Your body is powered by hours of training and optimal nutrition. FRS products use high-quality ingredients that are formulated to help you get the most out of it—providing long-lasting energy, improved mental function and immune system support.​

The patented FRS® Healthy Energy® formula contains seven essential vitamins plus powerful antioxidants, including quercetin. This natural antioxidant works with your body to enhance the production of mitochondria, the energy-producing units in your cells, creating natural, sustained energy. While intense physical training can weaken your body’s immune defenses, quercetin has been shown to counter that by supporting the immune system. The benefits of FRS have been validated by elite athletes, proven by scientific study and help you maintain peak performance.


Plan for success: Consume a serving of FRS 30-60 min before your training session for long-lasting energy and focus. For a tasty smoothie, blend 2oz of FRS Concentrate with your favorite fresh fruits, vegetables and protein.


Find your carb sweet spot: For exercise over one hour, sport science suggests optimal carbohydrate intake of 30-40 grams per hour for gut tolerance, absorption and oxidation (i.e. burn sugar). Try 2oz FRS Concentrate mixed with 16-24oz water for optimal fluid/sugar absorption. Or one FRS Drink poured into your water bottle, plus 6oz water. Practice your individual FRS energy response and timing—hourly, every other hour or on the 3rd hour, etc.


Get into the feed zone: FRS Soft Chews taste great coated with salt on a hot training day. Unwrap them and place them in a snack baggie for convenience. Just chase them with 6oz water. Runners: Add 2oz of FRS Concentrate to a 4oz fuel-belt flask and fill with water. Sip and chase with 1-2 swallows of water every 10 min.


Taste the sweet rewards of recovery: Up to 30 minutes after exercising, simply eat two FRS Soft Chews with 16oz water and half a PBJ sandwich.

After more than two hours of exercise or if you’re a heavy/salty sweater, include extra carbohydrates and electrolytes with your serving of FRS. Try a banana with salted pretzels, Greek Yogurt with a small handful of salted almonds or half a deli sandwich, with pickles/pepperoncini.

As with all wellness advice, consult your doctor before making major changes to your diet and exercise routine.

Smoothie recipe

  • 1 serving of FRS
  • 2 cups spinach, raw
  • 6oz Greek Yogurt, vanilla
  • Water/ice as desired​
  • 1 cup coconut water
  • 1 banana
  • 1 TB Flaxseed, ground
  • 1 cup beets, cooked or raw
  • 1 cup blueberries
  • ​Optional: 1/4 tsp salt

Rikki Keen is a Registered Dietitian and Certified Specialist in Sports Dietetics. She provides nutritional counseling and consultant services for hospitals, corporate health and wellness programs, government agencies and athletes. Her athletic clientele range from high school to Olympic level. Currently, Rikki is the sports dietitian for the NFL Training Facility at ESPN’s Wide World of Sports, the Columbus Crew MLS team and Florida Hospital’s Athlete Performance Program. In addition, she serves as an adjunct faculty member at the University of Alaska and dietitian for the Seawolves. As an FRS Scientific Advisor, Rikki appreciates and endorses the “science, synergy and honesty behind the FRS products.”