Have there ever been days where you felt like you were dealt a less-than-ideal hand in the card game of life? No doubt that there have been; we all get dealt the joker once in a while. Some days it’s relatively easy to just shake the joker off and get back to life as usual. Other times, when the jokers start to pile up, they can take their toll. Taking care of your emotional well-being can help you rebalance and refocus. When you treat yourself to the little things in life, you will be boosting your longevity and creating a healthy balance in your life. To help, we’ve come up with a few ways to treat yourself to a healthy lifestyle.
Continue reading Treat Yourself to a Healthy Lifestyle
When most people think of arm strength, they think of biceps. However, targeting your triceps muscles is equally important. Understanding the anatomy of these muscles will help you train your triceps effectively. Learn how to target each head of the Triceps Brachii so you can hit your next arm day with the tools to build upper body size and strength. Continue reading How to Effectively Train Your Triceps
Planning your meals in advance may help save on stress, time, and calories. Olympians stick to a strict meal plan using healthy options during their athletic training to prevent impulse eating and to keep their energy at an optimum level. This blog, the fourth in a four-part series on how to eat like an Olympian, will cover the topic of dinner. Follow these tips to help plan well-balanced, nutritious meals to save on time, energy, and money.
Continue reading How to Eat Like an Olympian: Part 4 of 4
Elite Sports Clubs and the Bryon Riesch Paralysis Foundation (BRPF) have once again teamed up for the 2018 BRPF Team Challenge, a fundraising event dedicated to ending paralysis and promoting team building, health and fitness. Continue reading 2018 BRPF Team Challenge
Healthy snacks are just as important to Olympic athletes as their regularly scheduled meals. Snacks that combine two or three food groups ensure that athletes consume a variety of vitamins and minerals necessary for various muscle and nerve functions. This blog, the third in a four-part series on how to eat like an Olympian, will cover the topic of healthy snacks for athletic training. Follow these tips to fuel your workouts and keep you energized throughout your day.
Continue reading How to Eat Like an Olympian: Part 3 of 4