Meet Aja

Former elite athlete fuelling Canada's next generation of elite athletes.

Aja Gyimah, MHSc, RD is the owner of Compete Nutrition, an evidence-based nutrition consulting practice based in Toronto, Canada.

Aja completed her undergraduate degree at Western University in Nutrition and Dietetics, where she played varsity women's volleyball and was a 2x OUA All-Star, Quest for Gold recipient and 2x Academic All-Canadian.

After she graduated in 2018, she went on to complete her Masters of Health Science in Nutrition Communications at Ryerson University in Toronto. Her master's included an 8-month practicum which required 1200+ hours of dietetic training at Scarborough Centre for Healthy Communities, Providence Healthcare, Health Canada and Carleton University's Varsity Women's Hockey Team.

Aja has worked with elite athletes at the 13U level up to professional and collegiate-level athletes. 

Certifications

Registered Dietitian

Registered with the College of Dietitians of Ontario

Member of Dietitians of Canada

Motivational Interviewing in Dietetics Certification

Master's of Health Science

Nutrition Communications

From Ryerson University,

2019

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1200+ Internship hours in sport nutrition, diabetes care, hospitals, LTC homes and public health

Bachelor of Science in Food and Nutrition

Honors Specialization in Nutrition and Dietetics

Western University,

2018

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4 Years of Varsity Volleyball

MEET SARAH

Dietetic Intern @ Compete Nutrition

Sarah Martel, BASc, is a graduate student and dietetic intern studying to become a Registered Dietitian through the Masters of Health Science in Nutrition Communication at Ryerson University.

 

Sarah completed her undergraduate degree in nutrition at the University of Guelph, where she obtained a Certified Personal Trainer certificate. She also completed a certificate in Nutrition for Sport & Performance through Niagara College where did a placement with the UofG’s campus sports dietitian.

 

Sarah’s passion for nutrition began after quitting competitive swimming in high school. Afterwards, her perceptions of nutrition and fitness had many ups and downs as she navigated young adulthood. Having now improved her relationship with food and exercise, she became inspired to help others do the same through her social media platforms and hopes to continue doing so as a future RD. She can be found on Instagram here :)

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EAT TO COMPETE

Nutrition supports athletic performance. If you are looking to unlock your athletic potential you have to fuel properly.

Start with Compete Nutrition.

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