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...
Type: Book Title: Quench Author: Dana Cohen and Gina Bria From a slowed down mental state to prolonged physical recovery time, the effects of dehydration wreak havoc on most people in one way or another. As a part of our monthly book recommendation series, we encourage everyone to check out...
10 Worst Breakfast Foods
As featured on AuthorityNutrition.com A healthy breakfast includes fiber, protein and healthy fat that gives you energy and makes you feel full. In contrast, an unhealthy breakfast can make you feel sluggish, cause you to gain weight and increase your risk of chronic disease. Here are the 10 worst foods you can eat in the morning. 1. Breakfast...
Animal vs Plant Protein – What’s the Difference?
Written by Mary Jane Brown, PhD, RD for AuthorityNutrition.com About 20% of the human body is made up of protein. Because your body doesn’t store protein, it’s important to get enough from your diet each day. You can get protein from many food sources, including plants and animals. Some people claim that the source of the protein,...