John Salley, basketball veteran, talk-show host, entrepreneur, health & wellness activist discusses athleticism, plant-based raw food and vegan wine.
A former Ms. Natural Olympia bodybuilding champion, avid tennis player and performance coach motivates us to increase energy, maximize health and have a lean body.
CNS Medical Director, marathon runner and physician on why you can’t outrun a bad diet.
Steph Davis, a wingsuit flier, sky diver, base jumper, and professional climber describes how eating plant-based ‘fuel’ keeps her lighter and more efficient.
For the past fifteen years, I have been closely involved with the bodybuilding industry. I have an intimate understanding of how the industry operates. In a nutshell, it is sustained by the supplement companies that sponsor the athletes who represent them. This in turn inspires fans who admire the athletes to purchase the products they represent, thus creating a cycle that drives record sales and profits, all the while potentially harming the health of many involved in the industry later on down the line.
They say pain is nothing but weakness leaving the body. I wholeheartedly agree and believe that every weak atom in my frame must have been jettisoned during a 26.2 mile journey through Richmond, Virginia on November 10, 2012 – one day after my 39th birthday.
Those who limit healthy carbohydrates for a prolonged period have been shown to demonstrate mental lethargy and increased general fatigue as the first symptoms.
It amazes me how little attention the value of balanced pH has garnered from the mainstream medical world. Positive acid/alkaline balance is one of the most important factors in athletic performance.
As a professional endurance athlete I have had to learn to deal with high levels of stress.