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Nutrition – Not all Recovery Nutrition is Created Equal

By Chris Newport As endurance athletes, we all know that PRs are made in the kitchen. Get your nutrition wrong and you can end up sore, sick, underperforming, injured, depressed, or constantly (or not at all) in the port-o-john. Get ...

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Nutrition – Corn Cakes

By Brandon McDearis This month’s recipe is simple and cheap to prepare, and it is also a great way to rid yourself of any spare corn that may be hanging out in your kitchen. Whether you have a surplus of ...

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Nutrition – 7 Common Diet Myths for Men

Fellas, this one is for you! One of the easiest and most effective ways to enhance athletic performance while also preventing disease and maintaining optimal health is to start with what’s on your plate. There is no time like right ...

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NUTRITION – Going the Distance: Food and Fuel for Your Cycling Event

Ashley Acornley, MS, RD, CSSD, LDN  The weather is getting warmer and the days are getting longer, the perfect scenario for long cycling training sessions and events!  Although it may easily be overlooked, it is very important to consume adequate ...

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NUTRITION – Balsamic Bruschetta

By Brandon McDearis This month’s recipe is a simple procedure for preparing the classic bruschetta. It’s slightly heavy on the balsamic, which adds a bit of sweetness and acidity to contrast the pungency of the garlic and onions. This bruschetta ...

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NUTRITION – 8 Best Foods to Eat After a Long Run

By Ashley Acornley, MS, RD, CSSD, LDN When you work hard, you feel like you deserve to be good to yourself and indulge. It’s true of many athletes— professional, collegiate, weekend warriors, and everyone in between! It’s the case with ...

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NUTRITION – Test Yourself for Your Best Marathon Fueling Strategy

By Chris Newport So you’ve decided to take on one of the greatest running events on the planet: the marathon. It’s no coincidence that the first person to complete a marathon collapsed and died at the end. Let that be ...

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NUTRITION – Quinoa Tabbouleh – The Perfect Make Ahead Salad

By Brandon McDearis This month’s recipe is a play on traditional tabbouleh, but instead of using the conventional bulgur, it calls for tender, nutty quinoa instead. The flavor and the nutritional value are very similar, but the quinoa turns this ...

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NUTRITION – Pre/Post Workout Nutrition for Runners

By Kirstie Linza, MS Dietetic Intern and Ashley Acornley, MS, RD, LDN What are you running on? Trails? Roads? Treadmills? Most importantly, are you running on the proper nutrition? Whether you are going for a long run or short jog, ...

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NUTRITION – How to Fuel for Your Best 5K and 10K Running Race

By Chris Newport With all the time you dedicate to running, hydration and a nutritious diet of real food is paramount to drive performance. However, fueling strategies are very individualized, differ based on race distance and should be tested prior ...

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