Category Archives for "Supplements"

A Primer on Sports Nutrition for Injury Recovery & Prevention

sports nutrition for injury - a primer

By Scott We received some great feedback on our article, Supplements for Injury Recovery: The Definitive Guide.But one thing kept coming up when speaking with our clients: it’s a lot to take in.That’s why we created this short(er) primer article.It covers the main concepts of sports nutrition for injuries without getting into the weeds of […]

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Supplements for Injury Recovery: The Definitive Guide

soccer player ankle injury supplements

By Scott Athletes and Weekend Warriors depend on Non-steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs (NSAIDs) like ibuprofen to manage pain and inflammation after an injury.But long-term studies show NSAIDs do more harm than good.They interfere with the natural healing process, reduce collagen mass at injury repair sites, and increase chances of re-injury by as much as 25%.Though your doctor […]

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What Causes Leg Cramps at Night (and How to Prevent Them)

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By Scott Nocturnal leg cramps can be a literal pain in the a** (though they more commonly affect the muscles of the lower legs and feet). Unlike typical muscle cramps, they’re usually NOT caused by dehydration, electrolyte imbalance, or even overuse. In most cases, there are several variables causing this sleep-interrupting nuisance. In this article, […]

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5 Research-Backed Reasons to Put Collagen in Your Morning Coffee

Why daily coffee drinkers should add collagen to coffee

Share1 Tweet0In this article, we break down:How coffee plays an integral role in the daily routines of Americans (and why we care)Research-backed benefits of collagen protein supplementationWhy putting collagen powder in your coffee turns your morning ‘joe into a veritable superfoodWhy We Care About Coffee64% of adults in the U.S. drink coffee every day according to […]

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Our Philosophy

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By Scott The mainstream image of “fitness” is doing exercises you hate and eating food that tastes like crap to impress people you probably don’t even like. This line of thinking leaves people disappointed, jaded, and injured.It’s all backwards. You shouldn’t have to choose between optimizing performance (now) and your health (later).Fitness should be about […]

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