If you look at the information presented in most exercise physiology and sports nutrition books, you will notice an obvious omission of discussions of muscle cramps.
Energy Every Day
Manage your diet, allowing yourself the foods you want and need, by controlling how much and how often you eat them.
Energy Every Day
It is important to take a step back and consider your overall mission and your specific goals for increased personal energy.
Sport Nutrition for Health and Performance eBook-2nd Edition
Because of the many potential risks associated with supplements, it is important to critically evaluate ergogenic substances prior to using or recommending them.
Fitness Nutrition for Special Dietary Needs eBook
Learn how the dietary needs of a pregnant body change through the trimesters and with exercise.
Performance Nutrition eBook
Ensuring that an athlete takes in adequate fuel and fluid during exercise in the heat is important to minimize injury and prevent premature fatigue.
Advanced Sports Nutrition 2nd Edition eBook
This chapter includes seven eating plans for intakes of 2,100, 2,300, 2,700, 3,100, 3,400, 3,700, and 4,600 calories.
"As to the taking of stimulants during the race, I will say that I know from actual experience that the full [marathon] race can be covered in creditable time without so much as a single drop of water being taken or even sponging of the head�I have done it myself. This of course is when in perfect trim."
Caffeine for Sports Performance
Around the world, coffee and tea have become the major sources of caffeine intake.
Endurance Sports Nutrition-3rd Edition
Our ability to run, bicycle, ski, swim, and row hinges on the capacity of the body to extract energy from ingested food.