Nick Barringer | U.S. Army Nutritionist + Asst. Professor at West Point
Nick served in the 75th Ranger Regiment as a member of the Ranger Athlete Warrior (RAW) program where he oversaw nutrition and physical training of U.S. Army Rangers
After leaving the 75th, he was a researcher in the United States Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine where he studied warfighter nutrition in differing environments.
Nick taught performance nutrition at the Army-Baylor Graduate Program and currently researches and serves as an assistant professor at the United States Military Academy at West Point
He has an undergrad in dietetics from the University of Georgia, his masters in Kinesiology from California University of Pennsylvania and his doctorate in kinesiology from Texas A&M.
Nick is passionate about improving nutrition and performance in tactical athletes and has the unique perspective of a researcher, teacher, and practitioner who has gone through physically demanding courses such as Ranger School, Survival Evasion Resistance Escape (SERE), Airborne, Air Assault as well as having deployed to both Iraq and Afghanistan.
He’s a husband, father, patriot.