It's officially soup weather around here! As much as I can do without our extremely cold winter weather, there is something about a warm bowl of soup on a cold day that is just so necessary. This lentil and wild rice soup is super simple, and can be made with any combination of veggies you… Continue reading Lentil and Wild Rice Soup
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GI issues while running- more common than you might think! Did you know an estimated 70% of runners have experienced GI issues or 'tummy troubles' while training or competing? 70-f******* percent! While 'runner's diarrhea' is generally thought to be the "worst" symptom to experience, GI symptoms during exercise can include nausea, vomiting, cramps, bloating, or… Continue reading How to Stop GI Issues From Hurting Your Running
We all love a warm bowl of oatmeal in the fall and winter months. The problem is, oatmeal on it's own isn't all that high in protein. This can leave your post-workout meal a little lacking! Many oatmeal recipes use protein powder to try and bump up the protein content, with hit or miss results.… Continue reading Pumpkin Pie Protein Oatmeal
Don't let anyone suck the fun out of your fun size bars! It's that time of year again... The time of year where those charts that start floating around telling us how long we have to run in order to 'burn off' the calories in our Halloween treats. You know the ones. They're everywhere, often… Continue reading Why I’m Not Going To Tell You How Long to Run to Burn off the Calories in Your Halloween Candy
Tips for staying fit this fall We can all agree this year has certainly been...different. Many of us have faced huge changes to our normal fitness routine, and those changes are here to stay. The big group bootcamp classes we loved are no more, and all those miles we ran over the summer is starting… Continue reading 3 Tips for Staying Fit this Fall
We all know that genetics play an important role in health and performance. Genetics are also often used to explain differences we often see between people living in similar environments. They tend to be thought of as an uncontrollable factor, something we just need to live with. But, what if that wasn't the case? What… Continue reading Genetics, Nutrition, and Performance: What Every Athlete Should Know