Be the Light!

Our entire world has been severely impacted by COVID-19. Not only, have many individuals lost their lives, but businesses have closed, people have lost their jobs and it will be years before our economy rebounds.   As I sit here today thinking about what positive light I could share on my community, I turn back... Continue Reading →

Common Mishaps of Athletes

There are so many thoughts about food and fitness. Below I want to clear up a few of the common mistakes I hear athletes making. Eat Food You Train on Anytime – Training food is meant for training. If you use a bar on the bike as a fuel source, limit the consumption of that... Continue Reading →

On the Verge of Burnout

Preventing Overtraining Through Nutrition & Lifestyle Overtraining Syndrome (OTS) can be detrimental to your training and success at an athlete. Last week, I discussed several hypotheses that can contribute to OTS. Today, I want to discuss several tips that can help prevent OTS. Sleep Research has shown that 7-9 hours of sleep a night is... Continue Reading →

Walking the Tightrope of Overtraining

Often athletes striving to become faster and better at their sport find themselves walking the tightrope of overtraining. During peak training times, most athletes feel fatigue, as their training plans are intended to create a similar fatigue that will be experienced on race day. Coaches do their best to create a perfect, personalized plan without... Continue Reading →

Too Much to Do & Not Enough Time

Under Training, Under Eating & Under Sleeping….a recipe for disaster. My body was as good as burnt toast last weekend!  Today, I am going to share a true story from my training last week. First, I want to start off with saying….I am a Registered Dietitian and know better, but I am still human and... Continue Reading →

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