20 Best Foods to Eat Post-Workout
Whether your goal is to build strength, get healthy, or gain performance, the post-workout foods you consume can play a big part in helping you reach your potential. While everyone has their opinions, there is one solid, unchanging truth about post-workout food that applies to everyone: Ideal nutrient composition and timing is different for everyone. Profound, I know. But, the truth is—we're all cocktails of varying genetic and ethnic backgrounds. This means, we're all incredibly different…
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Nutrition in the NBA; Part I: Lessons learned in L.A. help Howard's career
In the first installment of CBSSports.com's three-part series on nutrition in the NBA, Ken Berger explores how the Lakers helped Dwight Howard correct a diet that was becoming an impediment to his health and career and how the Lakers hope real food yields real results by spreading the "grass-fed gospel."
Reduce Muscle Soreness after Workouts with these 9 Anti-Inflammatory Foods
While inflammation sounds like the horrendous source of all your post-workout soreness, inflammation is actually a natural response by your body to a stressful situation. While exercise (endurance or strength and conditioning) is a complementary stress—you are literally breaking down muscle tissue to build it back again stronger—it’s still a stress, and can increase inflammation in your body. The swelling, redness and pain that inflammation is known to cause is not your friend if you want to…
20 Foods an Athlete Would Never Eat
Top athletes wouldn't dare devour these diet disasters—and neither should you. Make sure to avoid these foods to ensure top performance on and off the field.
Want to Improve Your Gym Performance? Start in Your Gut
Digestive health has more of a bearing on our performance than it would first appear, so make sure yours is at its best.