Top 5 Ways to Make Next Season Your Best Yet

There is a wide range of feelings when it comes to canceled races. You’re allowed to feel upset, stressed, or even happy you’re off the hook. Whatever your emotions are regarding the cancellations, know that they are valid. We can’t change the situation, so let’s make the most of it. Competing Takes A Toll Competing takes a toll on your body, even more than training. Why? There are a lot of stresses on the body Read more…

The #1 Mistake Injured Athletes Make

We’ve all been there, whether it’s a crash, sprain, strain or another ailment, we’ve all been injured. When athletes are sidelined from training they often make a huge mistake- they slash calories. “I’m not training so I don’t need to eat very much.” False. When you’re injured you don’t need to be eating as much as when you have hard or long training sessions but cutting calories during an injury can lead to permanent damage Read more…

Genetic Testing for Athletes

It’s undeniable that good health is the foundation for optimal performance. Nutrients absorbed from the food you eat are what fuels your body’s processes. Your body can’t function without them, making the interdependency with nutrition inherent. Food affects everyone differently, and genetics is a big reason why.

Athletes, Fish, and Mercury: How to Strike a Balance

After going through the research, good evidence suggests the health benefits of eating seafood far outweigh the risk of mercury poisoning. You shouldn’t be afraid of eating seafood, especially if you follow the recommendations below. Nothing in life has zero risks. We always have to take on some degree of risk in our actions, and eating seafood is no different.