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Experts are predicting a catastrophic flu season. Athletes have spent a lot of time away from their sports this year, so what can you do to avoid spending any more precious time away from your usual training?
Any athlete looking to improve their performance will need to focus on recovery to ensure they're getting the benefits from their training. Being able to show up to training and put in 100% over and over again is required if you're looking to become a stronger, faster, and more powerful athlete...Read More
Masters athletes, regardless of level, have many things in common. They share a commitment to discipline, they are determined, and they actively work at being better teammates. The other thing they have in common is similar concerns. After nearly ten years in the sports nutrition field we've had a lot of time to speak to and hang out with Masters athletes from age 24-88 and we understand how needs change as we age... Read More
There’s no question about it, teens are training harder, are experiencing fiercer levels of competition and are doing all of these in the face of new challenges. Parents are worried about their kids getting the right nutrition, not getting enough sleep, dealing with stress, recovering from an injury or illness or trying to avoid injuries. They’re worried about college, they’re weighing up whether supplements are the right choice... Read More
You’re not imagining it. Amidst all the headlines about prices plummeting, your grocery bills are rising at an alarming rate. A complicated and disrupted food supply chain is chasing food prices through the roof, but you don’t need to sacrifice your wallet or your health. You can get the right nutrition for you and...Read more
Nutrition for teen athletes is especially difficult because of competing demands from school, training, family, and friends. A teen swimmer is on a different schedule from the rest of the family, and may be limited by the food choices offered at school. Add in the temptations of fast food and sugary snacks when socializing with friends, and the chance to stay on track nutritionally takes a turn for the worse. Help your teen athlete make good choices that will give them a competitive edge in and out of the pool...Read more
Fueling your body within 30 minutes to one hour after exercise helps you perform better at your next session and avoid injuries. But what is the best thing to refuel your body with; low fat chocolate milk or NutriBoost? Here we take a look at Horizon Organic Lowfat chocolate milk and P2Life's NutriBoost and do a side by side comparison for you to be the judge of what's best for your performance...Read more
P2Life is excited to welcome Aaron Greenberg into the P2Life Athlete family, and we are proud to support him on his journey to 2020. The three-time Ivy League Champion and two-time NCAA Qualifier at Yale University currently swims and competes under 2016 U.S Olympic Coach, David Marsh, for Team Elite of San Diego. Aaron has been incorporating P2Life products as part of his training for the past 6 years...Read more