Guest Blog: Linda Samuels   Athletes are always asking me, “What’s new and exciting in sports nutrition?”  Well, there are so many new topics to talk about, but the most exciting for me right now is that I’ve found a company...
Guest Blog: Gabrielle Darvassy (B'Gabs Goodies) What I love about stir fry is the ability to take anything you have and turn it into a delicious one pan meal. Use anything you have on hand but take care to try...
Guest Blog: Susan Harrell Food trends can sometimes be a crazy fad being pushed by the new celebrity doctor or nutrition “expert” on a morning news show. Unfortunately, athletes looking for the extra edge with their training and nutrition can...
Guest Blog: Susan Harrell There are so many fake foods masquerading as real foods nowadays that it frightens me. It’s usually dependent on whatever new food fad the media is promoting or celebrity doctor is hawking. Gluten free, wheat free,...
Guest Blog: Linda Samuels “To Drink or Not to Drink – Is That Your Question?” The summer sun has amped up the heat and athletes are increasing the volume/intensity of their workouts.  You’ve been sweating a lot more lately, right?  So,...
Guest Blog: Gabrielle Darvassy (B'Gabs Goodies)   Many athletes have a recovery drink after an intense work out. Whether it be in the gym or outdoors the body gets taxed. Next time you go to make a shake to rebuild try...
Guest Blog: Gabrielle Darvassy (B'Gabs Goodies)   Superfood Kale Salad Recipe Wash and clean one bunch of kale greens. Tear into bite size pieces. Gently massage until a bright green color is present. Add diced tomatoes, diced red onion, and yellow...
Guest Blog: Susan Harrell How to Simplify The Kitchen Life is busy and hectic on it’s own, but add in a training schedule with being a mom and it’s a whole new beast. We are inundated with images of the perfect...
Guest Blog: Linda Samuels, MS, RD, CSSD, LDN “It’s All About the Plan, Man!” As athletes, we learn pretty quickly that we need a litany of items that we need to train and compete… The right shoes for the workout….check! Keys, cell phone, emergency...
To carry a water bottle or not?  I get this question a lot and here are my thoughts on the matter. I think if you are going to be out there between 2 to 5 hours for a marathon or longer...