March 2014

I seem to be on a run of giving you information on the opposite of exercising. So far I’ve talked about rest during exercise sessions, burnout, and now…. rest days. But hear me out, this might be the most important one of all. You don’t get stronger at the gym, you get stronger on your […]

Chicken Spinach Bake

by Bethany Vessey, Registered Dietitian on March 17, 2014

Chicken and Spinach bake 6 Servings Ingredients 8 cups baby spinach, raw 1/4 cup chicken broth, ready to use, reduced salt 1 large tomato, diced 4 stalk green onion, tops only, sliced 3 tbsp cheese, parmesan, grated 6 /2 breast chicken breast, boneless, skinless (raw weight) Directions Preparation: Heat oven to 350°. Lightly grease a […]

Protein Series Post #2 – Supplementation

by Roberta MacPhee, RD on March 13, 2014

Disclaimer: this is a HUGE topic!  There are thousands of different brands and types of protein supplements on the market and new ones emerging daily. In this particular post I plan on discussing the heavy hitters in the protein supplement world: whey, casein, soy and other emerging plant proteins.  These are very brief discussions on […]

What We Can Learn from Pro Athletes

by Kris MacPhee on March 3, 2014 · 1 comment

Over the past number of years I have had the opportunity to work with a number of quality athletes including NHL Players, Olympic Medalists, and promising amateur athletes.  During this time I have also worked with many non-athletes or people with a non-athletic focus.  I constantly am asked by these people what type of workouts […]