Staying healthy both in body and mind while enjoying the holiday season can be a challenge. Here are a few guidelines for planning your celebration days.
In my previous two articles, I covered some simple ways to improve performance. But now what happens when we tune up the body a bit with some premium fuel?
If I were to tell you that you could include things in your diet to markedly augment your performance and the only side effect would be to smell a little like maple syrup, would you do it?
There is no need to put on unnecessary weight during the holidays. All it will do is make your weight cut more difficult. Here are tips and workouts for the holiday season.
Drew Baye is the President of Drew Baye's High Intensity Training and one of the smartest science-based professionals in the business.
If we know we will be indulging in some less than perfect eating habits, it makes it even more important to take control of the other aspects of our health.
If you already get a lot of protein in your diet, a new study suggests you can keep your protein powder money in your piggy bank, because you probably don't need any more.
Some of you might not know exactly what "gluten free" means or what the benefits could possibly be, so here is a quick intro on the gluten-free lifestyle, as I like to call it.
People think proper recovery is having a protein shake after they workout. Your post workout meal is only one piece to a complex puzzle.
Deload weeks are a necessary component for looking good naked, maximizing performance, and long-term training.
Do you look after your body as well as you look after your car? Here are eight strategies to help you take things up a gear.
Thanksgiving is approaching, so here is my advice on how to gorge and guzzle, and not get fat.
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