April 08, 2020
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Categories: NutritionMarch 19, 2020
They say that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. For athletes and physically active professionals, breakfast is even more important than usual. Breakfast provides you the energy and nutrients needed to prepare your body for the day. A healthy breakfast before or after exercise tells your body to build muscle instead of fat, to burn calories instead of digesting slowly, and to keep you energized for the challenges ahead. If you eat a heavy breakfast, that can set you up to feel slow and sleepy for the rest of the day. So where do you draw the line?
It can be tough to sort the traditions of breakfast food with the needs of your body and active daily routine. Are eggs good or bad? Should you load up on carbs or keep it light? Honestly, part of the reason it seems hard to get a straight answer is because the right breakfast
March 16, 2020
You don't have to go to the gym to get a great workout, as there are great at-home workouts that can reap some serious benefits. Many people find themselves in situations where they can't get to a gym or don't have a home gym to allow them to work out with equipment. The good news is, there are a number of ways to workout at home with minimal or no equipment at all. Working out at home still provides a ton of health benefits while also saving a lot of money. The following are some great tips for how you can have an amazing at-home workout experience.
One of the best at-home exercise options to consider is stair-stepping. You don't have to live in a multi-level home to make this happen and can do this while watching television, or listening to music to help the time go by a little faster. This is a very simple
March 04, 2020
Nutrition is everything, whether you are on a new diet, trying to gain muscle, or in this case, recovering from an injury, it should be at the top of the list of things you should be performing at a high level. When talking about recovering from an injury, few things are more tedious than waiting to heal and get back to 100 percent. Whether you are a dedicated athlete or physically active professional, injury recovery can be a challenge. Not only are you kept from your usual physical activity, but you also need to carefully optimize your lifestyle to heal quickly. A huge part of optimizing the opportunity to come back faster, stronger, and healthy is ulitmatly choosing what you eat and your overall nutrition.
When you're stuck on the couch, it can be tempting to snack. In fact, you may need the extra calories to rebuild the damaged tissue, but what you eat matters