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STUDENT ATHLETE’S GUIDE TO PROPER NUTRITION

STUDENT ATHLETE’S GUIDE TO PROPER NUTRITION

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STUDENT ATHLETE’S GUIDE TO PROPER NUTRITION   The information contained within the pages of this text, as well as all discussion of its subject matter,  are meant to support a healthy lifestyle.  They are not a substitute for medical advice, nor are they meant to treat or ameliorate any disease.  It is recommended that you consult with a qualified healthcare professional prior to embarking on any health and/or exercise program.  The information in this guide is meant to serve as a guideline and is also not a substitute for individual advising, coaching, or consulting.   Grocery Guide Vegetables Artichoke Cucumbers...

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Cause & Effect: What’s Behind This Low T Wave?

Cause & Effect: What’s Behind This Low T Wave?

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  Cause & Effect: What’s Behind This Low T Wave? Unfortunately, the answer here isn’t so easy to triangulate.  It would be easy to have a black and white answer, but the reality is that there’s no, “there’s something in the water!” answer here.  Like most modern disease states, low testosterone is multifactorial in the nature of its cause. The primary drivers of this male menopause movement are poor nutrition, poor sleep, unmanaged stress & trauma, inadequate light exposure, technology abuse, lack of exercise, environmental toxins and even lifestyle complacency.  All of these serve as epigenetic inputs-interventions to your physical...

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Performance Training Basics

Performance Training Basics

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Performance Training Basics   Training For Performance? Consider The Nervous System   What makes a good training system? Relevance. What an athlete does is not necessarily what a member of the gen-pop will do. Instead of chalking it up to genetics, realize that athleticism has trainable qualities.  Athleticism involves mastering sports-relevant techniques for dynamic flexibility, power, agility, speed, relevant strength, balance, coordination, relevant conditioning, reactivity, relaxation, and force absorption.  Such is the foundation upon which quality athletic training systems are built-in attempt to answer these questions for the given athlete. The athlete's training regime should directly translate to improvements in...

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Proper Posture For Performance, Fitness, & Injury Prevention

Proper Posture For Performance, Fitness, & Injury Prevention

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Proper Posture For Performance, Fitness, & Injury Prevention Biomechanics: the study of the mechanical laws relating to the movement or structure of living organisms. Leonardo Da Vinci was the first to prove that the human body is quantifiable in its structure and mechanics with geometric proportions. For creating longevity in the body, achieving elite fitness, and/or performing at an elite level in sports, it is key to understand and address biomechanics to a relevant extent. This starts with addressing the foundations, such as structural and postural understanding.  From here, gait analysis (how you walk) gives us an understanding of your...

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Exogenous Ketone Dosing Guide

Exogenous Ketone Dosing Guide

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   Exogenous Ketone Dosing Guide Major ketone alert!  You no doubt have heard of the ketogenic diet and variations of low carbohydrate living.  You may also have heard of exogenous ketone supplements.  These supplements consist of exogenous ketone salts that introduce ketones into the bloodstream regardless of diet strategy.  This is key because not every human being needs to be on a ketogenic diet all the time.  Although we believe that everyone should spend some time with their metabolism in some spectrum of ketosis, we fully acknowledge that carbohydrates have their seat at the dinner table, too.  Because of the...

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