Replenish the special protein missing from your diet I’m always on the lookout for foods that may give my athlete clients an edge, from fighting inflammation to supporting immunity and building muscle. I first stumbled upon pea protein powder, made from
Heavy training and prolonged workouts are both known to suppress the body’s immune system. In addition to leaving athletes more vulnerable to viral and bacterial infections, a weakened immune system can also interfere with exercise recovery, thus increasing injury risk.
I’m a huge fan of ginger. I recommend it regularly to my athlete clients to use in everything from green tea and smoothies to salad dressings and stir-fries. But ginger isn’t the only seasoning with research-backed benefits for athletes. Here
When it comes to supplement recommendations for my pro athlete clients, I don’t have a one-size-fits-all approach. Which supplements you need, and in what amounts, can vary based on factors including your sex, age, diet, training regime, injury status, overall
Too little sleep has been linked to a laundry list of unwanted side effects, including a surge in hunger hormones, an increase in belly fat and depression. For athletes, the consequences of a sleep deficit also include increased inflammation, suppressed