No, this isn’t a plug for a new Drake track. It is, however, another installment of the exotic fruit segment. If you’re not familiar yet, I have a strange fascination with trying new foods when I go to the store, more particularly exotic fruit because I can have it at work as a snack. Simply […]Read More Passion Fruit
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By total mistake, my gf picked up some tasty yumskins at the store for me. Of course, I asked her to pick up a variety of fruits and veggies to nibble on throughout the week, and she came through on the clutch. If left to my own devices, I tend to stick strictly to the […]Read More Quick Snack at Work
I was asked the other day by one of my athletes what the ideal body mass was for helping his performance. Now, this could be answered a number of ways. According to “Essentials of Strength Training and Conditioning” the text for the NSCA-CSCS, this individual should present with 11-13% body fat being a baseball player. […]Read More Body Mass and Performance
In this guest post from one of my summer interns and current sport performance coaches, Jake Schofield, he talks about protein and it’s importance. Jake has created a niche here with the obesity epidemic and has created some strategies to attack. If you would like to know more I encourage you to follow his blog […]Read More Guest Post: Protein Consumption
There are a number of different views on protein intake and everyone seems to be selling some, so which is going to fit your lifestyle? Let’s take a closer look and hopefully make the protein choice a little easier. First off, what even is protein? Protein is a collection of amino acids strung together into […]Read More Protein: How Much, What Kind?