How Much Protein Should Athletes Really Get?

For years, there has been a stigma associating a high protein intake with muscle building and athletic performance. While many sports nutritionists today would agree that optimal protein intake is of prime importance, the fact is that more protein in the diet does not necessarily mean you will build more muscle or see results at a faster rate.

2018-03-16T15:47:02+00:00 November 6th, 2015|Performance, Team Isagenix|

Recover Faster From Athletic Injury With Isagenix

Ever felt so sore after a workout that you can barely get yourself dressed, let alone hit the gym for another intense workout? While pushing your body to the max is important for achieving performance gains, overtraining can do more harm than good. Recovery is arguably the most important part of your training and can prevent detrimental injuries.

2018-04-12T16:12:39+00:00 September 21st, 2015|Athlete Nutrition, Multimedia, Science Talks|

Stuck in the Gym on the Treadmill?

Running is a great form of exercise, but too often gym-goers find themselves confined to the treadmill. Any exercise is beneficial, but there are established scientific benefits of getting outdoors and enjoying a run. The treadmill is simply not the same!

2018-03-19T14:33:28+00:00 August 5th, 2015|Energy|
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