Learn about the 'forgotten nutrient' and the problem with pasta parties.
When we make dietary and lifestyle decisions, it’s important to remember that you’re caring for your bacterial buddies in your gut, too.
Martin’s advice for achieving nutritional balance is to spend time in meal preparation, and the mantra that you can’t ever get enough leafy greens.
Elite volleyball training and full-time lawn maintenance work make for a hefty appetite. With the equivalent of 2 full-time jobs under the New Brunswick Summer sun, 2016 AUS 1st team all-star volleyball player, Erin Smith, has found it tough to wrap her head around just how much food she has to consume for fuel.
Eat, Sleep, Swim, Repeat.
The dream is reality in many, many, ways for long distance swimmer Ryan Cochrane. Not only has he competed in three Olympic Games and brought home two Olympic medals, but he also lives above a bakery. A bakery!
Sprinting is all about maximum level of intensity. Which means when you’re training for that kind of sport, it’s not about how far or long you run for, it’s about how fast you can get up to speed, and how long you can stay there. Michael Bawol explains a unique way to train in low volume and low distance for the high intensity sport
Eating tubs of ice cream every night before bed is not what most people associate with the of lifestyle of a high performance athlete. However, this is exactly what Olympian Luke Demetre found himself doing his first year pursuing a spot with the national team for Bobsleigh Canada. The goal, put on 30 pounds fast… like yesterday.
After much thought and soul searching, she’s ready to pursue 4 more years of dedication and training towards a Team Canada Olympic berth for Tokyo 2020. She’s 34 years of age. That is not young in the athletics game, but it’s also not unheard for runners in their mid to late 30’s to compete with the best.