Your day to day training diet leading up to an event is where you figure out what, when and how much you will eat and drink at the actual event. The purpose is to understand how timing and combinations of foods and fluids work for YOU. The following goals and guidelines will help set you up for a successful and effective training diet.Read article
What you eat and drink along with the type of exercise you partake in all play important roles in bone health and the prevention of osteoporosis. Osteoporosis is a condition where bones become weak, fragile and fracture more easily due to loss of calcium and other minerals.Read article
Recovery should start immediately after you finish your workout.
Recovery is one of the most important parts of an athlete’s regimen, whether you are a weekend warrior or a professional athlete. We workout or train to get fitter, stronger and perhaps faster!
Eating well and exercising regularly is all part of staying healthy and feeling good. Cold and flu seasons as well as overtraining can knock us out of commission for days weakening our immune system; making it hard to get back on track.Read article
What is protein?
There are three types of nutrients that provide the energy athletes need to perform at their best: protein, carbs and fat. Today we will be talking about the power of protein: the main functional and structural building block of every cell in your body.Read article