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H2O!!!

H2O!!!

BLUF: Stay hydrated for maximum wellness and performance in The Lab and Life! Many of us are fully-acquainted with the concept of “drinking enough water.” We won’t dive-in (pun intended) to the discussion of how much is enough/not enough/too much. Rather, let’s discuss what’s happening to us

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Simple Chicken Dinner Recipe

Simple Chicken Dinner Recipe

Hope everyone’s had a great week. While we’re all still digesting the quantity/quality quandary from the nutrinformational segment from last week, let’s see what we can cook up for a balanced meal for this weekend (also a relatively easy meal-prep dish): “Simple Chicken Dinner”: Protein: Palm(of your

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DCL Nutriformation Meal Idea

DCL Nutriformation Meal Idea

Morning Zone/Paleo Smoothie This simple smoothie can be mixed up and quickly chugged for a balanced burst of Paleo/Zone energy to start your day; it’s great for those of us who don’t prefer giant breakfasts, or those of us who simply find ourselves continuously rushing out the

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Nutritional Blog: Week 1 Sugar!!

Nutritional Blog: Week 1 Sugar!!

Hello DCL! This will be the first of an ongoing series of posts regarding nutrition… nutritional information… nutrinformation. We will seek to explore foundational concepts of the human diet, highlight burgeoning trends, dispel some myths, and share recipes for simple and healthy meals that facilitate our shared

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Why a 1RM Doesn’t always Mean a New personal record

  “Don’t have $100 shoes and a 10 cent squat”      Let’s face it, no one likes to do volume work.  No one likes to do heavy weights for multiple reps.  We all just want to get straight to the point and go for a new

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The Process

“Find your weaknesses, make friends with them, then beat them to death”      This is one of my favorite quotes.  Weaknesses are building blocks to our lives.  Every weakness defeated is one step closer to our goals.  That goal can be anything from a 700# back

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Kids Need to Get Out and Play

     Well it’s summertime again and just like in previous years, parents are racing around town trying to get from one child’s practice to the next.  This is a great thing, although maybe not for a parent’s sanity.  As we enter this summer my warning to

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Training against the Whiteboard

I can’t believe it has taken me this long to write a blog on this topic: the mentality of many CrossFit athletes.  I am not attacking the sport aspect of CrossFit, this is my sport after all.  Too often, however, we see athletes that will sacrifice everything

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More Volume Doesn’t Always Mean Better Results

More Volume Doesn't Always Mean Better Results

One of the best books I have ever read, when it comes to strength training, has been “Supertraining” from Mel Siff.   One of the quotes attributed to Dr. Siff  that really stuck out to me is, “You don’t train minimally, you don’t train maximally, you train

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Youth Athletes and Training for Sport

Youth Athletes and Training for Sport

Today’s blog is going to talk about youth athletes and how they should train for “sport”.  Let’s talk about what I mean by “sport”.  Sport is referring to any specific sport weather that be football, baseball, soccer, etc.  Now let’s talk about what I mean by “youth

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