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What are the Best Multivitamins for Crossfit

Crossfit is a challenging and physically demanding activity. It's one that truly becomes a lifestyle to many of its devotees. Crossfit it undeniably good for your physical health, but to maximize your benefit, you need to consider other factors as well like eating a healthy diet and getting enough sleep. One of the best ways for a Crossfitter to take…

The very thing that makes shopping online so convenient is also the thing that makes it so complicated: you have access to virtually every brand of the product you are looking for. With hundreds of different brands offering protein powder, and each with their own characteristics and benefits. For example, options range from pure whey powders such as Optimum Nutrition’s…

 // <![CDATA[ brightcove.createExperiences(); // ]]> U.S Women’s National Soccer star Tobin Heath explains how her approach to fueling and training helps her execute this technical skill late in the game when other players are slowing down. LOWER BODY CIRCUIT Circuit The Following Exercises Using A Knee-High Box Box Squat: Sit Back, Lower Slowly, Drive Up Explosively Step-Ups: Drive Knee And…

Energy, Food and Exercise The food an athlete eats before, during and after a workout is important for both comfort and performance during exercise. Energy foods including bars, drinks, gels and other easily digestible carbohydrates can help prevent the distracting symptoms of hunger during exercise and keep you from depleting your energy too quickly. The major source of fuel for…

Working out and building muscle is hard work and requires a lot of discipline and sacrifice. It’s just not fair to have to sacrifice tasty meals to meet your protein needs. Optimum Nutrition’s 100 Whey Gold Standard has all the essential amino acids you need to build your muscles. All you need to do is mix it with your shake…

In sports, it’s often said that defense wins games. When it comes to nutrition, antioxidants provide a powerful defense against attacking molecules called free radicals, which damage muscles through a chemical process called oxidation. Free radicals play a role in cellular and muscle inflammation; they may also lower resistance to colds, flu, cancer and heart disease. But you can fight…

// <![CDATA[ brightcove.createExperiences(); // ]]> Pro cyclist Craig Lewis discusses his racing strategy and how he fuels for an event to stay on top of his game. Nutrition Tips: Have good breakfast with Oatmeal and Eggs. Beginning of a Race: Start off with energy bars for the first couple of hours Second half of the race: 3 to 5 Energy Gels…

Sports nutrition doesn’t have to be complicated. If you aren’t interested in the details or the science of sports nutrition, but still want to get the most from your diet and fitness program, the following recommendations are for you. Eat a Balanced Diet Each Day To exercise consistently, you need to provide a good supply of high-quality energy to your working…

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