HYDRATION – ELECTROLYTES, CAFFEINE, AND ALCOHOL
For training sessions lasting less than 60-minutes, water is the preferred source of fluid intake. For any activity lasting longer than 60-minutes consider consuming a sports drink as these contain necessary carbohydrates and electrolytes to promote performance and hydration.
Hydration – What’s it good for?
A reusable water bottle is an essential piece of equipment for every athlete. You can better dial in your hydration habits when consuming out of one type of bottle consistently!
Tim Caron Breaks Down Iconic Movie Training Scenes
Video: Famous movie training montages. Are they legit?
Creatine – A Closer Look
Despite the common use and potential efficacy of creatine, there is a lot of misinformation about how to best use it, and a wide variance in quality control from product to product.
High Performance Nutrition: Indication of Nutritional Status Using Biometric Diary
Nutrition is the study of how your body utilizes the nutrients within the foods you eat and the effects these foods have on your health, performance, and disease.