Training on a low-carb diet? Learn the science behind why high-fat / low-carb diets fail to support endurance athletes. Let’s review on a more scientific level about the effects of low-carbohydrate diets in endurance athletes. Also, check out this post by Guest Blogger, Hannah Giangaspro, Exercise Science and Nutrition Intern, where she shares how a […]
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Guest Blogger, Hannah Giangaspro, Exercise Science and Nutrition Intern shares how a low-carb diet impacted her performance as an endurance athlete. As an endurance athlete and Exercise Science major, I started hearing quite a bit about this high-fat, low-carb diet within the past few years. The theory behind it is strong: eat as little carbs
Want to maximize fat-burn with less time and more results when working out? Learn the power of EPOC with Guest Blogger, Hannah Giangaspro, Exercise Science and Nutrition Intern Ever heard of EPOC? Yeah, neither had I until I started taking graduate-level Exercise Science courses. Now that I’ve learned quite a bit about it, I just
Hey everyone! A little late on posting the Week #2 training blog (we had some technical difficulties) but here it is in all its’ glory! Starting to feel stronger and see some progress, I won’t give to much away though, so click on the screenshot of the video below to watch. Hope you enjoy! Matt
Hello Everyone, I’ve started this weekly video blog that will highlight the training/prep leading up to a Spartan Race we will be running in on November 14th. It is also for anyone interested in training here at ENP in general, not just for a race or competition. Hope you enjoy it!
For the last few years I have had the pleasure of talking to, meeting and working with trainers from many different places. Every single trainer I have met seems to have some personal style and opinion that shows in their work and the training prescriptions given to their clients. But what is the difference between