“Why can’t you just tell me how you really feel, because the way you act is confusing me” – Unknown
Rest is a weapon; sleep deprivation decreases productivity in the office, and on the field. More than 1 out of every 3 Americans doesn’t get enough sleep .
Weight loss can be achieved by reducing calorie intake, increasing physical activity, or both. Having a higher proportion of lean-mass-to-fat-mass translates into a more attractive physique and competitive advantage in sport [1-3].
Do you know what you need, nutritionally, to reach your athletic potential? According to research, probably not.
Creatine is a natural amino acid commonly found in meat products and, also, produced in small amounts inside the human body. Nearly all (95%) of body creatine is stored in muscle cells where it is used to fuel short duration, high-intensity activities like sprinting, jumping, and weight training [1-3, 7, 11-15, 40, 41]. There have been numerous studies reporting beneficial effects of creatine supplementation, particularly when resistance training is included during supplementation.
Want to jump higher and sprint faster? Although jumping and sprinting are both explosive movements, optimizing your performance in both requires a more strategic approach. The exercises you use to train may have a drastic impact on how you perform in sprinting vs. jumping activities [1-5].