Monday, March 22, 2010


By Ryan Hutmacher


Spring is just around the corner. Those who've braved the seasonal elements and concentrated on staying strong over the winter look to showcase their commitment in the hopes of new PRs. On the other hand, the rest of us will reluctantly step onto that scale for the first time, only to cringe at what's been undone during the offseason. In either case, as the seasons change, our eating habits should too.

This is the time of year to let go of those heavy, stick-to-your-ribs types of foods and replace them with light, yet filling foods that help energize and fuel you for your workouts. Believe it or not, among all of the variables that effect optimal performance, nutition is the one we have the most control over. READ