Sport related injuries can disrupt your workout program for weeks, months…or longer. A proper training diet can help reduce your risk of sport related injuries no matter your current exercise program. The following are dietary guidelines to support you and your active lifestyle.Read article
Calcium is the most abundant mineral in the body! Not only is calcium essential for the health of your bones and teeth, but it plays important roles in muscle contraction, nervous system function, stabilization of blood pressure, contributes to normal brain function, blood clotting, secretion of hormones and helps maintain a regular heart beat. Wow! Are you motivated to get your daily calcium dose yet? If you are an athlete, you should be.Read article
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!