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Are you getting that 1% extra? What if we told you we can stack holistic healthcare + pain free movement + sports specific science to make you faster?

Let’s talk about osteoporosis prevention, prescription medications, the legal dose of inhalers, anemia, concussion screening, recovery, protein, vitamin D, and what form of magnesium is best absorbed.  Our goal is to look at the details and find every possible advantage.  

Here are some of the projects we are working on to try to find your 1% advantage:

  • ProLon - a Fasting Mimicking Diet that is designed to: 
    Reduce Visceral Fat
    Preserve Lean Muscle Mass
    Removing damaged cells and tissues
    Activate Increased Stem-Cell Circulation

    For 5 days you will consume convenient gluten and dairy free meals that will put your body into a fasting state. This is safer than water-only cleanses and allows you to maintain energy levels.

  • CBD products - Let’s start by saying these are legal for athletes and driving. CBD interrupts pain signaling receptors via the Endocannabinoid System. Our products are long lasting, affordable, well absorbed and have a high concentration of only CBD.

  • Hematocrit (HCT) and Hemoglobin (HGB) monitoring in office. As training loads increase, both HCT and HGB decrease as does oxygen carrying capacity. We combat “sports anemia” by watching your levels and helping you monitor overtraining.

  • Anti-oxidant timing - Check back soon for more on this.

  • Concussion Baseline - We follow the direction of Steven Broglio, PhD and Jeffrey Kutcher, MD. Baseline assessment, recovery from concussion and return to sport guidelines vary from program to program. We are working to consolidate this information into a comprehensive approach for every athlete.

  • Protein - We have a spreadsheet looking at the amino acid content in Whey, Casein and vegan protein options. Then, add on the best timing for each type of protein consumption.  There is controversy and clarity around this topic. There is no such thing as “one size fits all” when it comes to protein intake. 

We will update this section as we continue to research more topics relevant to endurance athletes and their SPORTS WELLNESS.