skip to Main Content

Robin Amylon, MS, RD, CSCS

Robin uses a food first approach and believes that all foods fit into a healthy diet. Through her own struggles with disordered eating, she developed a passion for helping others establish a healthy relationship with food. Her mantra, “feed the machine,” emphasizes that the body is truly a machine and must be well nourished in order to perform to the best of its ability.

Robin is a Registered Dietitian and has experience in providing nutrition counseling for wellness, sport performance, and eating disorders/disordered eating. She has worked with individuals with eating disorders/disordered eating in treatment settings including Cohen Children’s Medical Center and NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital. She is passionate about helping athletes, dancers, and avid gym goers to feel and perform at their best. She enjoys providing individual and team education. Additionally she has presented at various speaking engagements on nutrition, with the most notable at the National Strength and Conditioning Association’s Connecticut State Clinic on “Performance Nutrition Strategies for the Collegiate Athlete.”

Robin is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and has worked with various collegiate sports teams at Springfield College and the University of Connecticut. During her time at Springfield College, she was also the head sports dietitian and provided individual nutrition counseling, team talks, grocery store and dining hall tours, and cooking demos for all varsity athletes. She is currently an Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach at Boston University.

Robin received her bachelor’s degree in Nutrition and Exercise Science from Queens College and her master’s degree in Strength and Conditioning from Springfield College. She performed as a dancer for many years and enjoys taking dance classes and performing in her free time. She also enjoys weight lifting, running outside, boxing, and exploring. As a Rhode Island native, Robin also enjoys traveling to places that are close to the ocean.

Back To Top