Food

How to Lose 20 lbs of Fat this Summer & Keep it Off

I'll start tomorrow. I'll start Monday. I'll start next week. Things we've all told ourselves when it comes to committing to weight loss. Chances are, you've probably lost weight before - but are finding yourself back to where you started (gulp - or maybe even heavier). Perhaps you reduced your calorie intake and started doing… Continue reading How to Lose 20 lbs of Fat this Summer & Keep it Off

Food

Make the Shift with the Only Structured Weight Loss Program I Believe In

What if you found an easy-to-follow weight loss program that leaves your metabolism and body in a healthier state than before? Where you are burning only fat and maintaining your muscle, you have more energy, fewer cravings, and your body recovers faster from a custom workout you just completed from your trainer via your phone?… Continue reading Make the Shift with the Only Structured Weight Loss Program I Believe In

Interviews

Athlete of the Month: Tom Helpenstell

An interview with the inspirational Tom Helpenstell, one of the most accomplished endurance athletes I've met. Starting his impressive career as state diving champion for multiple years (while coaching himself and his high school team), NCAA Division II National Diving Champion, five-time All-American, to now multiple Ironman triathlons, ultra-marathons, mountaineering, bike tours... (the list goes on). Oh yeah, and did I mention he is an orthopaedic surgeon?

Food, Mind

Going from 100 MPH to 50 MPH: Tips for the Change of Pace

As a student athlete, you are constantly on the go - practice, school, homework, tournaments, travel, studying, and for many of us also a job and a couple other clubs and extracurriculars... oh and then maybe some time for friends and family. Then there comes the time to transition out. Then what?

Interviews

Athlete of the Month: Rita Losee

Rita Losee, ScD, RN made a decision to live a life of adventure, and since then finished the Hawaii Ironman; walked the Appalachian Trail, and climbed Mount Kilimanjaro among other amazing accomplishments. But after contracting Lyme Disease, her ability to move was almost impossible. Check out how she was able to recover!