Blogs about Sports Nutrition

Thursday, June 16, 2016 • Lansing, NY 14882
Jennifer Giroux's Blog
Busy life, family, work, schedules etc.!  I hear you!  It is hard taking time and caring for yourself. Eating on the run, no time for workouts and stress rules, at times.   I too have these challenges! It's about taking the small steps to keep you healthy enough to maintain that schedule and to be present for work and your family.  Preventative care, is the key!
Tuesday, May 31, 2016 • San Diego, CA 92103
GREGinSD's Fitness & Massage Blog
1. Eat every three hours or so as this will keep your metabolism running in ‘high gear’ for extended periods. If you are unable to eat every 3 hours try incorporating protein shakes into your routine. 
Tuesday, May 17, 2016 • Lake City, SC 29560
Owen Johnston's Mind-Body Fitness Blog
This makes a great post-workout meal. Because I have a huge appetite, and have a high activity level, I doubled the serving size.
Thursday, January 28, 2016 • Little River, SC 29566
Elizabeth Reighard's Blog
As we age, we lose muscle.  We lose 15% a decade after 50 and 20% a decade after 60.  Body builders have always known the importance of casein for creating lean muscle mass.  Why use casein verses whey?  What is it? It is what mostly makes up milk.  Milk is 80% casein and 20% whey.  
Saturday, December 12, 2015 • San Diego, CA 92103
Thursday, October 15, 2015 • San Jose, CA 95110
Stories, Methods and Writing about Training
 Master Nutrition Labels in 20 Seconds (Or Less) Your hunger reaches a fever pitch, as you drive home from another evening workout.It commands your unbending immediate attention. Some combo of the day, your workout and an exhaustive stress leave you ravenous.
Wednesday, September 30, 2015 • Hollywood, FL 33026
NANCEE GILLIN's Blog
I was fortunate enough to attend the National Strength and Conditioning Association’s Florida State Clinic, in Miami, this past weekend.  Lots of information, and really great stuff.Here are a few takeaways worth sharing.You can’t out train poor nutrition.   (This is one of my favorites!)Load progression is important.  Too much weight, too soon, is really bad.Fit the exercise to you, not YOU to the exercise.