COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo--- USA Weightlifting and Trifecta have entered into a unique partnership to provide Team USA athletes with the customized meal prep food they need to perform at the highest levels, becoming the Title Sponsor of USA Weightlifting.
As well as providing 10 male and 10 female athletes with Trifecta’s Organic Meals from July 2017 to December 2020, Trifecta will also be providing food for USA Weightlifting’s officials at National events. At the upcoming 2017 International Weightlifting Federation World Championships in Anaheim, California, Trifecta will also feed the approximately 600 attendees from weightlifting teams worldwide.
Weightlifting athletes can see Trifecta’s industry leading meal delivery service at www.trifectanutrition.com. Trifecta offers many types of meal plans from Vegan to Paleo to an A La Carte option that allows you to customize your macros and choose specific food types.
Trifecta already partners with top Weightlifting athletes such as Mattie Rogers, Colin Burns and Cortney Batchelor, providing them with the macro and calorie specific nutrition they need on a daily basis to fuel their training and compete at optimal performance.
“Our team is extremely excited to partner with the USA Weightlifting team to support the continued rise of weightlifting in the United States,” Trifecta CEO Greg Connolly said. “Nutrition has risen to the forefront of the performance, weight class and body composition discussion globally. We are very proud to be fueling some of the top athletes in the world -- all representing Team USA Weightlifting.”“We are delighted to partner with Greg and Trifecta. This unique partnership will further reduce the daily costs that our elite athletes face, but also ensure that our officials and volunteers at events have excellent food consistently,” USA Weightlifting CEO Phil Andrews said. “Furthermore, Trifecta’s partnership with the IWF 2017 World Championships is a game changer for us and makes it possible for us to consider further international competition hosting.”