Spartan Race Prep Diary

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,...

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5 Things You Need to Know About Weightlifting Shoes

Five Things You Need to Know About Weightlifting Shoes A person who participates in weightlifting, is a person who squats, cleans or snatches at least once a week and this article is devoted to you. 1-Shoes aren’t created equal  It is important...

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Fueling to Get the Most Out of Your Training

Are you  getting the most out of your training? Learn why pre-workout fueling is essential for an effective training session. A good training session allows your body to positively adapt to the training stimulus. Think better results, faster! How does...

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What makes a trainer a good trainer?

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...

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Post-Workout Fueling for Recovery

"Do I need a protein shake following a workout?" Sigh, if I had a dollar for every time I was asked this question, I might be a millionaire by now! This is one of the top questions I get asked most frequently,...

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An Interview with Sarah, an Elite Nutrition & Performance Athlete

1) What goals are you striving to accomplish in working with Elite Nutrition & Performance? During my time with Elite Nutrition & Performance, I hope to lose body fat, gain muscle definition, increase my strength and endurance, and learn how...

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Muscle Building Myths Debunked

If you're ready to leave muscle building myths behind, read on. Myth #1: “I thought I was only supposed to lift heavy for 1-2 reps?” Truth: More repetitions with lighter weights can build muscle as well as heavier weights; assuming they...

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