There are simply no shortcuts when it come to seeing results via nutrition and exercise. When is the last time you heard someone say that they spend less time at anything and got better results? That’s right. Never!
Throughout my rowing career in college at on the national team we were constantly gauged on our power to weight ratio on the Concept 2 rowing machine and the effect it had while rowing on the water. Athletes and individuals alike must be aware of the negative consequences when dieting.
For centuries, caffeine has been the stimulant of choice among humans, and for good reason!
Throughout my entire life I have participated in all kinds of sports. It helps when you have a father (John Nunn) that was an Olympic bronze medalist and Olympic coach, however it was not everything.
Alcohol Eats Away at Muscle Mass
If increasing muscle mass and getting in better shape is one of your goals then think twice before you go out for a night of heavy drinking. Calories add up fast as 12 ounces of beer equals 150 calories, 5 ounces of wine equals 100 calories, and 1.5-ounces of distilled spirits equals 100 calories.
Don’t be fooled into thinking crash diets are effective– save yourself and know which diets to avoid!
Over the years I have taken many different kinds of supplements and I’m always looking for that natural edge to help push me beyond my limits.
Stress is everywhere and we hear about it constantly in our day to day lives. People seem to always be complaining about something. We really need and want to hear the happier things that life has to offer.
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‘Like Father, Like Son’ In South Bay Magazine Health Issue
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Written by Stefan Slater | Photographed by Jeff Berting