Vegetarian Athletes: Are You Giving Your Body the Right Support?What It Means To Be An Elite AthleteBest Fat-Loss Tips for AthletesAMPED: The Next Level of Nutrient Timing in Sports Nutrition (Video)When Normal Shake Days Aren’t Enough
Vegetarian Athletes: Are You Giving Your Body the Right Support?
What It Means To Be An Elite Athlete
Best Fat-Loss Tips for Athletes
AMPED: The Next Level of Nutrient Timing in Sports Nutrition (Video)
When Normal Shake Days Aren’t Enough

Vegetarian Athletes: Are You Giving Your Body the Right Support?

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An increasing number of athletes are choosing plant-based nutrition to fuel their bodies. Their reasons can range from health concerns to taste preference. A few athletes even choose a vegetarian diet for performance, considering it a “cleaner” way to fuel their workouts. Continue reading

Nutritional Considerations for the Elite Athlete

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As an elite athlete, your nutritional demands separate you from others. In a majority of cases, elite athletes may require individualized dietary counseling to address their highly specific nutritional needs. But with a few considerations and the help of Isagenix products, you may find an advantage while making important nutritional choices for your sport. Continue reading

Cyclists, Don’t Ignore Your Core

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There’s no question that a cyclist’s legs are the driving force for performance on the bike. When cyclists hit the gym, the focus is generally on workouts that build strength and explosive power in the legs. But the legs can’t work in isolation from the rest of the body. Too often, cyclists fail to devote enough attention to other muscle groups, especially the abdominals. Continue reading

Vegetarian Athletes, You Might Be Missing a Key Amino Acid

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While vegetarians can greatly benefit from all of the AMPED™ products, AMPED Recover offers some special performance benefits due to one important amino acid.

In the United States, the dietary patterns and nutrient status of vegetarians is generally better than their meat-eating counterparts, yet there are some nutrients that vegetarians can benefit from like protein, omega-3 fatty acids, calcium, iron, zinc, niacin, and vitamin B-12 (1). Continue reading