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Category Archives: Sports Nutrition
I am finding an increasing number of athletes using engineered foods for recovery, and paying far more attention to marketing than to science. The ads for these products generally have some elements of the truth. However, they do not deliver … Continue reading
If you like to eat and love to cook, having a wrestler in the house over the holidays can be…well, a bummer. Why you ask? Quite simply because they can’t eat! Ok, they can eat, but not like the rest … Continue reading
Sports nutrition is a relatively young field. I hate to admit it, but when I was in college sports nutrition was not even an academic area of study! Today there is plenty of information on the subject, but not … Continue reading
Beach 2 Battleship is an endurance event and includes a 2.4 mile swim, 112 mile bike and 26.2 mile run. Athletes competing in this event, and events similar, thrive on the excitement they generate. Just finishing the race gives the … Continue reading
Triathletes in Wilmington, North Carolina are getting ready for an event ranked second in the nation and fifth in the world, the PPD Beach 2 Battleship full and half triathalon. In one day, athletes competing in the full triathalon will … Continue reading