Performance Tips & Tricks

Learn how ditching dairy can be the key to reaching a level of performance you never knew was possible.

A Marathoner’s Secret Recipe For Anti-Inflammation

5 Tips to Maintain Strong Bones and Prevent Osteoporosis

According to the National Osteoporosis Foundation, approximately 10 million Americans suffer from osteoporosis and another 44 million have been diagnosed with low bone density.1 Milk has often been purported to “build strong bones” a myth that remains pervasive today...

6 Inflammation-Fighting Foods (Plus Easy Meal Ideas)

Why do we feel sore after a workout? Inflammation. Acute inflammation is a natural response to an effective workout, and feeling a bit sore can be a sign that your body is healing itself. This temporary inflammation is nothing to worry about, and eating an abundance...

Basic Bone and Major Muscle Strengthening Workout

Calcium isn’t the only factor when it comes to strong bones. Just like maintaining a certain level of fitness, both nutrition and exercise are needed to support long-term bone health—and prevent osteoporosis later in life. Put down that glass of milk (it’s not doing...

A Marathoner’s Secret Recipe for Anti-Inflammation

Mary Schneider is training to compete in the 2020 Olympic Trials for the marathon, and she is putting her body to the test in the process. Long runs, speed work, hills...all of this intense exercise leads to inflammation, the body's natural response to...

Plant Strong: Cycling Through Protein Myths

Guest post by Rick Scott (#veganhockeyplayer) One of the most famous cycling coaches in the world—the coach who literally wrote the bible for cyclists—was in town for a weekend seminar that I was attending. Prior to the Sunday session, we got to ride together. I was...

Antioxidants and Athletic Performance

Looking to take your fitness to the next level? Curious about supplements? Switch4Good Dietician, Matt Ruscigno discusses the role of antioxidants in performance.

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