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You thought protein powder was just something you gulped down post workout to feed those muscles? Here’s a great basic recipe for some delicious Gnarly Whey protein pancakes. Enjoy!
Today we’re going to give you a basic idea of why fiber is so important, the differences you’ll find in qualities of fiber and how you can include more of it in your diet.
One of our newest athletes here at Gnarly Nutrition is Seante Williams. We figured we’d introduce him to all you denizens and show you why we think he’s Gnarly.
Today I thought I’d throw out a few tips on how to avoid that holiday weight gain that plagues even the best and gnarliest of us.
Today I thought I’d take some space talking about a few good activities that can keep you active during the winter. Why? because we’re all in this season together. And it’s a great time to try out some new sports.
Our original article about the release of aspartame’s manufacturing patent into the public domain and the strong responses we’ve received from it has taught us that we need to be careful with how we present information.
Here are some basic things to understand about nutrition labels as well as a few “tricks” that some manufacturers use when listing ingredients.
Yesterday I started talking about why taking the time to figure out your calories and starting to look at the nutritional efficiency (the density) of what you’re eating is so important for new endurance athletes, especially ones who are trying to lose weight. Here’s part two of my tips:
A common problem for new endurance athletes -especially ones that are trying to lose weight as well – is not getting enough fuel. Today and tomorrow we’re going to talk about why taking the time to figure out your calories and starting to look at the nutritional efficiency (the density) of what you’re eating is so important, especially if you’re trying to lose weight. Let’s get started!
Turns out people in countries that are cleaner and generally more hygienic are actually are at a 9% higher risk for developing Alzheimer’s. So what does this have to do with our New Zealand whey?
Today’s blog entry is a continuation from yesterday’s by Lowery Johnson. Today, Lowery gives us two more ingredients to look out for when we shop and common foods they are found in.
Lowery Johnson takes some time to show us some ingredients in common foods that you may not have known were so damaging to your health.
Never done a tri before? Nervous as all get up that you’ll stumble into the transition area and lose valuable seconds if not minutes trying to get socks on wet feet or getting your bike helmet on without tripping over your bike? Well have we got a treat for you! Here’s a quick, no bull how to on how to set up your transition area so that you can move from swim to bike to run like a pro.
What an unbelievably tight community Prescott, Arizona and Captain Crossfit are lucky enough to be a part of. Heading into Prescott, I had no idea what to expect. I didn’t know how reverent and excited everyone would be to show their love for the event and the firefighters.
This Saturday, Aug 31st, Gnarly is honored to be headed down to Prescott Arizona to take place in a very special memorial WOD for the 19 fallen firefighters of the Granite Mountain Hotshots firefighting team.
Today’s blog comes from Craig Lloyd whose love for ultrarunning runs deep. Craig writes a blog, refuse2quit, which is filled with his musings and adventures -It’s a pretty damn decent read.
There’s a new iPhone app that will automatically adjust the speed of your music to fall in line with a cadence that will help you reach a specific pace you’ve entered into the App.
Professor Wayne Potts, senior author of a new study that tests the toxicity of sugar in lab mice, has this to say about what his study showed him, “ Sugar consumed at concentrations currently considered safe exerts dramatic adverse impacts on mammalian health. I have reduced refined sugar intake and encouraged my family to do the same.” Read on to find out what else the study showed Potts.
I had the chance to spend some quality kettlebell time with Kevin Rail of The Lean Berets this weekend. This guy eats, sleeps, and lives by his belief in truly treating the body like a temple. He’s also not one to be shy with his opinion on common foods found in the grocery aisles that may try to trick you into thinking they’re healthy