Nutrition Tip: Mesomorph – Eating for Your Body Type

We’ve talked about two of the three body types, endomorphs and ectomorphs. This leaves us with the final body type. Mesomorphs tend to have a naturally athletic, medium-sized build. It tends to be easier for them to put on muscle mass without adding much body fat. If you’re a mesomorph, we have some tips to Read more about Nutrition Tip: Mesomorph – Eating for Your Body Type[…]

Nutrition Tip: Endomorph – Eating for Your Body Type

As we discussed in a previous post, everyone has a different body type. Today we’re talking more about endomorphs. Endomorphs generally have a larger frame and a slower metabolism. They often struggle with losing weight and tend to have to work harder than most when it comes to training. If you are an endomorph, here Read more about Nutrition Tip: Endomorph – Eating for Your Body Type[…]

Nutrition Tip: Ectomorph – Eating for Your Body Type

We all come in many shapes and forms. People who can eat just about everything in sight without gaining weight are classified as ectomorphs. They can be identified from their lean frame and thin/lanky limbs.  Ectomorphs looking to gain weight and muscle mass should follow these basic tips:  Quality Calories –Remember that you are what you Read more about Nutrition Tip: Ectomorph – Eating for Your Body Type[…]

Jumping: Unlocking Your Explosive Power

When training for power development, there are two big issues: Believing that a certain type of training with more weight is always better Athletes performing Olympic lifts such as cleans often do whatever they can to achieve the lift such as a jumping jack reverse curl movement. When broken down, it’s not a movement that Read more about Jumping: Unlocking Your Explosive Power[…]

Nutrition Tip: Maintaining Weight

When it comes to weight management, most people focus on losing or gaining weight while a few opt to maintain their current weight. For athletes, maintaining weight is vital to optimizing in-season performance. It’s important to maintain the progress you made in the off-season. If you start losing a lot of weight, your strength and Read more about Nutrition Tip: Maintaining Weight[…]

3 Tips for Keeping Your Resolution to Get in Shape

January is over, and that fresh “new year” feeling has passed. Have you kept all of your resolutions? Based on statistics from a survey on American New Year’s resolutions, 45 percent of resolutions are to lose weight or get in shape. According to U.S. News & World Report, 80 percent of New Year’s Resolutions fail Read more about 3 Tips for Keeping Your Resolution to Get in Shape[…]

The Most Underrated but Important Concept for Performance

It’s the Holiday season and New Year’s is right around the corner. During this time of year, many people are: Eating excessive amounts of food Not exercising or being active due to travel, get togethers, etc. Setting New Year’s resolutions There are many articles talking about things to focus on during this time of year, Read more about The Most Underrated but Important Concept for Performance[…]