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Ask The Experts: Is It Okay to Vomit During a Workout?

Q: Is it okay to vomit during a workout? A:  Many people—including some coaches and trainers—believe that vomiting is a sign of hard work....

I Hate Water: Healthy Alternatives to H2O

Staying hydrated is critical for everyone, especially athletes. Water plays an essential role in several aspects of body function and performance, i...

Important Healthy Eating Tips

Healthy eating allows athletes to train longer at a higher intensity, promote recovery, delay fatigue and increase their level of concentration. So ...

How to Beat the Number One Nutrition-Related Cause of Poor Performance

What's the number one nutrition-related cause of poor performance? Dehydration. It takes only a two percent level of dehydration in your body to tri...

Weight Loss and Other Benefits of Staying Hydrated

When athletes set up a weight loss program, they typically take diet and exercise into consideration but neglect the important element of hydration....

Hydrate With...Pickle Juice?

Yes, it turns out that pickle juice has hydrating qualities comparable to popular sports drinks. In fact, the electrolytes found in the briny juice ...

Drinking for Sport Performance

Good hydration is critical for optimizing health and sport performance. Although athletes acknowledge the importance of proper fueling, deciding h...

How a Mid-Game Snack Can Help Performance

Whether you're up two in an important soccer match, won your first game in a double-header or heading into intermission during hockey playoffs, chan...

Time Your Fueling for Peak Performance

Pre-Activity Consuming fast-acting carbs prior to physical activity allows you to work harder and longer. For an immediate energy boost, take in a...

Elements of Proper Hydration

Anyone who's serious about playing sports knows that staying hydrated is crucial to peak performance. But hydrating goes beyond drinking water. Foll...

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