Real Food Heals
An accomplished career master chef, Seamus Mullen provides some “easily digested” takeaways on reducing added sugars, enhancing the taste of good nutrition and tips on professional recipes made doable in the average person’s kitchen!
Should I Exercise When I’m Exhausted?
Type: Article Title: Should I Exercise When I'm Exhausted? Author: KAY IRELAND Everyone knows that consistency is the key to getting your desired fitness results. But, what happens when you don't get enough rest? The Livestrong.com article below tackles the age-old question of whether it's better to push yourself through your...
Good to Go
Type: Book Title: Good to Go Author: Christie Aschwanden When it comes to workout recovery, there is a ton of misinformation floating around, which is why we are all about this month's featured book: "Good to Go" by Christie Aschwanden. Keeping it light and fun, Aschwanden tests each practice, from...
Can’t Hurt Me
Type: Book Title: Can't Hurt Me Author: David Goggins Our April Book of the Month: We love "Can’t Hurt Me: Master Your Mind and Defy the Odds " by David Goggins, which outlines Goggin's transformation from a depressed, overweight young man into a U.S. Armed Forces icon and one of...
Type: Book Title: Play On Author: Jeff Bercovici Aging is one of the biggest hurdles that many of the biggest sports players wind up facing. In our Book of the Month, “Play On: the New Science of Elite Performance at Any Age”, competitive athletes discuss their struggles, how they best...
When 2 Plus 2 Equals 3 – Bilateral Force Deficit and Its Implications on Training
Type: Article Title: When 2 Plus 2 Equals 3 – Bilateral Force Deficit and Its Implications on Training Author: Lauren Green Lauren Green addresses the necessary individualization of applying two legged/ bilateral exercises (which can be valuable for stimulating big hormonal responses in the body) vs. unilateral/single leg lower body...