Athletes

Filling in the Gaps: Supporting Youth Athletes Where They Need It Most – Part 1

2018-05-25T16:08:11+00:00

By Jill Lane, Pro-Athlete Health and Nutrition Expert www.JillLane.com They are grasping at straws (pun intended). Sports drinks or not? Energy drinks or not? Carb loading or not? Protein shake or not? With varying sources reporting between 6.5-7.5 million high school athletes in the United States, we have a huge population ripe for empowerment [...]

Filling in the Gaps: Supporting Youth Athletes Where They Need It Most – Part 12018-05-25T16:08:11+00:00

Do You Have a Winning Game Plan?

2018-05-25T16:07:48+00:00

There is a great quote by business guru Jim Rome (no, not the same as sports television guru Jim Rhome!) that goes something like this “You are the average of the 5 people you hang around most.” I love that quote. I check in on my circle from time to time to see how [...]

Do You Have a Winning Game Plan?2018-05-25T16:07:48+00:00

My 2015 Quest

2018-05-25T16:06:15+00:00

I may be biased, I believe educated athletes make amazing leaders.* I’m concerned. With a record total of almost 7.8 million high school athletes in the US[1] and with the number of kids taking ADHD meds or digestive support meds on the rise[2]…I’m afraid that we are fleecing our pool of future leaders for [...]

My 2015 Quest2018-05-25T16:06:15+00:00

Shoelaces, Spirals and Spinach: Why Teaching Your Child to Cook is as Important as Teaching Them to Tie Their Shoe, or Throw a Spiral

2018-05-25T16:02:58+00:00

How else are they (your kiddos) going to be healthy unless they learn to both identify healthy food and then prepare it for themselves and eventually for their family and friends? I was nodding my head in agreement reading a Time Magazine article just recently entitled How To Eat Now with the tag line [...]

Shoelaces, Spirals and Spinach: Why Teaching Your Child to Cook is as Important as Teaching Them to Tie Their Shoe, or Throw a Spiral2018-05-25T16:02:58+00:00

Filling in the Gaps: Supporting Youth Athletes Where They Need It Most – Part 1

2018-04-23T23:11:28+00:00

By Jill Lane, Pro-Athlete Health and Nutrition Expert www.JillLane.com They are grasping at straws (pun intended). Sports drinks or not? Energy drinks or not? Carb loading or not? Protein shake or not? With varying sources reporting between 6.5-7.5 million high school athletes in the United States, we have a huge population ripe for empowerment [...]

Filling in the Gaps: Supporting Youth Athletes Where They Need It Most – Part 12018-04-23T23:11:28+00:00

3 Hidden Hurdles to Peak Athletic Performance

2018-04-13T19:25:09+00:00

Going Beyond the Obvious… As an athlete, you know the basics to become lean and toned. Eat plenty of protein, high-fiber foods, and healthy fat. Get the nutrients your body demands for peak performance. Incorporate the right exercise and constantly mix things up so you don’t stagnate, or increase your chance of injury. What [...]

3 Hidden Hurdles to Peak Athletic Performance2018-04-13T19:25:09+00:00

Shoelaces, Spirals and Spinach: Why Teaching Your Child to Cook is as Important as Teaching Them to Tie Their Shoe, or Throw a Spiral

2018-04-13T19:26:45+00:00

How else are they (your kiddos) going to be healthy unless they learn to both identify healthy food and then prepare it for themselves and eventually for their family and friends? I was nodding my head in agreement reading a Time Magazine article just recently entitled How To Eat Now with the tag line [...]

Shoelaces, Spirals and Spinach: Why Teaching Your Child to Cook is as Important as Teaching Them to Tie Their Shoe, or Throw a Spiral2018-04-13T19:26:45+00:00