Sign Up for the OCS Prep Nutrition Program

The OCS Prep Nutrition Program is a 4-week program created to help candidates and poolees improve their training and prepare for board selection & OCS. The program will be hosted by Cortney Berling, Registered Dietitian and founder of @eatwell.performbetter

“OCS prep nutrition really helped me to take my training to next level”

-OCS Applicant Z

“Not where I need to be, but thanks to following the plan you suggested I have shaved 6 minutes off my 3 mile run.  I wanted to thank you for the help and I will continue to follow the meal plan as I work towards becoming an officer.

-Poolee Mariana

October cohort: $100 $50 for a limited time

Submit the below form to apply. Coach Berling will reach out to you to answer questions and send you a payment request. Your registration is confirmed once payment is received.

“This class has been great, and something I had no idea I was truly missing out on in my training before”

Alexa, OCS applicant

“Thanks so much for holding this course – it was an enormous help to walk through the basics with you.”  

— Diana (poolee)

The details:

The second class of the OCS Prep Nutrition Program starts October 28th at 7 PM EST 

Each week we will dive into a different topic in our 1 hour Group Coaching Zoom Call!

You will learn:

  • Nutrition for overall health
  • Pre-workout nutrition
  • Nutrition for recovery & rest days
  • How to lose weight or gain weight without sacrificing your PFT score
  • Training tips for running your best 3 mile time

Coach Bio:

Cortney Berling, MPH, RD, CDE

Cortney is the founder of Eat Well. Perform Better LLC, a performance nutrition & run coaching business designed to help athletes learn to fuel & train in a sustainable way to achieve their goals. 

Cortney is a Registered Dietitian, Certified Diabetes Educator, and Running Coach. She holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Dietetics and a Masters in Public Health. She ran track and cross country at The University of Cincinnati. She has continued to run competitively and has finished 4th at the Cleveland Marathon in a time of 2:57. 

She is married to a USMC Officer who spent 3 years as the OSO at OST Amherst. Though Cortney has not been to OCS, she certainly understands the demanding nature of OCS and the training it takes to succeed in this environment.