Alyssa Olenick, M.S. has a masters in Exercise Physiology and is currently a 3rd year doctoral student of Exercise Physiology at the University of Georgia. Her research interests focuses on sex differences in metabolism, as well as muscle and mitochondrial physiology and nutrition. As a life long athlete, lifter ultra runner, cross fitter and all around fitness enthusiast she shares her passion for science and fitness, with a touch of sass, to promote integrity with the fitness industry. She uses her research interest in women, exercise and metabolism to teach her clients and students practical, realistic, and evidence based approaches to fitness and nutrition.