Eat, Drink, and Be Healthy: How to Fuel Your Performance
Real Athletes. Real Coaches. Real Knowledge.
Some foods promote inflammation, while others alleviate it. Unless you are eating and supplementing with this in mind, you could be seriously impeding your performance in the gym.
I believe your post-workout meal is one of the most important meals of your day. Let's look at why it's so important and what you can do to promote the best possible recovery nutrition.
Vitamin A is involved in immune function, vision, reproduction, and many more aspects of the human body. Where do you get it and are you getting enough?
Brad Sly is a nutritionist and a certified personal trainer. He enjoys helping others reach their goals using solid nutrition advice and a vast array of techniques from powerlifting and strongman routines to tasty recipes and food coaching classes. Here are eight juicy pieces of writing by Brad to give you a better understanding of how nutrition affects you and your athletic performance.
Do you know how to tell if you're hydrated versus dehydrated? Do you know all the ways it effects the body when you don't drink enough? Enhance your performance by drinking enough water!
Due to the demands of workouts, athletes are particularly susceptible to developing iron deficiency. This results in anemia. Read on for information on why iron is important and how to get enough.
You're shopping for an omega-3 supplement and you keep hearing about both krill oil and fish oil. Which should you take? Let's examine them both so you can make the best decision for your fitness.
This week, in part six of my series on the ins and outs of vitamins, we will look at the mood influencing, body clock regulator known as vitamin B6.
Superfoods don't have to be exotic. You can find some of the best right in your grocery store. Here's my list of the ten best foods for your health and fitness that you can buy on any shopping trip.
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