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Adjusting Workout Schedules Depending on your Recovery Levels

I’m the worst recover(er). I’m sore, like really sore, after most workouts regardless of intensity or volume. We can’t be good at everything! For some reason, I need more recovery time than others. Others can workout 6 days in a row, hard, and be relatively fine.   What can you do about it? Sleeping 7-9 […]

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Beet Greens with Bacon, Onions, and Garlic

This is really a vegetable that’s decadent. Not really a weekly thing, but certainly a treat! It’s also great for people trying to get into vegetables. What better way than smothering it in bacon? Beet greens can be subbed with swiss chard or any other collard green INGREDIENTS 1 pound beet greens 1 strip of […]

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Kielbasa, Cut up Asparagus, Salad and Sauerkraut

This meal literally takes 10 minutes. You can buy prepackaged kielbasa, and all you need to do is boil it or grill it. It’s already cooked, so it’s just about heating it up. Boil or grill for about 10 minutes. While that is cooking, cut up asparagus, and saute in a pan coated in olive […]

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What’s More of a Factor,  150 Grams of Carbs or 150K in Cash?

Poker playing brothers win $150,000 with crazy weight loss/gain bet   If you haven’t seen the story of two brothers in Las Vegas who did a crazy weight loss/gain challenge, check out the link. Very cool story. Basically, one brother had a lot of weight to lose, the other was a bit scrawny. Their friends […]

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Does Protein Supplementation Help with Muscle Soreness?

For a while, protein shakes were the rage. It was thought that if you lifted weights, your body would eat up muscle and be catabolic if you didn’t give it protein (and to some degree, carbohydrate). Protein shakes offered a convenient way to get quickly absorbing (because blending is a form of mechanical digestion) nutrients. […]

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Fasting for Sports Performance

The last blog discussed fasting and how it related mostly to weight loss. What about sports performance?   An easy answer is, no. Not by choice, anyway.   However, life isn’t always as expected. For golfers or anyone playing a tournament sport, things can happen. What if you get a late start, or weather delay, […]

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Glute Stretch

Glutes, glutes, glutes. This stretch will work different angles of the hip. If you golf, workout, or both, this stretch is a good idea. This is especially true if you are working on turning the hips more in a swing. Try it out! […]

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Is Intermittent Fasting for you?

I get a lot of questions about intermittent fasting, or IF’ing. It’s the idea that you skip eating for periods of time. For example, eating for 8 hours total during the day, and not eating for the other 16 hours. That would be an 8:16 IF. Others are more restrictive, leaving only a few hours […]

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Glute Circuit for Hip Power and to be Better at Life

The glutes are a big driver of hip power. Many of us often feel sore in our quads, or the front of the legs when doing leg work. Soreness isn’t necessarily a good thing per se, but it points out what you were predominantly using for the exercise. Getting more glutes involved is almost never […]

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