Sara is a journalist and ACE Certified Personal Trainer based in New York City. She has worked on staff at Shape and Self and at publications in Washington, D.C., Philadelphia, and Rome. You can usually find her in the pool, trying out the latest trend in fitness, or plotting out her next adventure.
Here's everything you need to know about electrolytes and how to best leverage the products that contain them for your body's specific needs.
Because protein is key to muscle building, most people focus on trying to get a quick hit right after a tough training session. While that's indeed key, the timing of when you eat the rest of your...
Incorporate these exercises to build your grip strength and see results in both performance and health.
We've often advised that you steer clear of supplements altogether, making the case that you can get proper nutrition on a well-balanced whole foods diet. But there's a more nuanced reality.
Every item on this list helps you fuel top-notch performance without sacrificing health and flavor, no matter where you are or how much time you have.
A routine including a combo of foam roller moves and souped-up classics will show you that this gym tool is anything but one-dimensional.
Changing up your nutrition can make a huge difference in your performance, but if you decide to try out a new popular method, there are some things to consider first.
Look closely enough and you'll find caffeine everywhere on the endurance circuit, popping up in a slew of products—powders, gels, drink, chews, gums, and even sprays.
As an athlete, chances are high that you'll need one at some point in your career. Be sure to ask these questions when before committing to a PT clinic.
It's no secret that athletes eat some weird shit.
When crafting meals, these muscle-building foods should rank high on your list.
The core is the absolute powerhouse of your body. It's the place from which most of your movement starts. But many forget that your back is an integral part of the core and often neglect those...
While most people pay attention to their macronutrient consumption (protein, carbohydrates, and fat), they often forget about watching micronutrients—things like vitamins and minerals.
We found the best pint-sized presents that will make any run-of-the-mill gym bag or trail pack feel like a tricked-out locker room.
Just a few items can turn the average kitchen into an athlete's dream, and these gifts are the perfect place to start.
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