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- The 3 Foundations to Your Nutrition: Macronutrients
by Nick Esposito on August 13, 2019 at 10:00 am
This blog will cover the macronutrients and the foundations needed to understand how carbs, proteins, and fats affect the body. It will provide a brief explanation of how each of the macronutrients is digested. Also, each macronutrient will include healthy foods that can be implemented into your diet.
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This Week’s Stuff You Should Read From Around the Web
Eccentric Hamstring Loading for Strength, Hypertrophy, and Injury Prevention
Eccentric hamstring training is an important component for many rehab and training programs. Dean Somerset demonstrates a bunch of great ways to incorporate.
Does Heart Rate Variability Predict Acute Athletic Performance?
Nice review of some recent HRV research, and background info, by Mike Nelson. There was some recent heat about HRV and acute performance, but Mike discusses how it can still be a valuable way to monitor stress over time.
Weight Training + Functional Training = Success
Nice comment by Bret Contreras here. It’s silly to say what is best, “weight training” vs “functional training.” Both have a purpose, and realistically both are needed in most people’s programs.