In the second part of our conversation about optimal performance, I’m focused here on how the most valuable indicator and predictor of athletic performance might not be the latest wearable device, but instead our actual performance data.
Getting fitter means balancing the need to overload the athlete and drive new adaptation without negatively affecting recovery. Accurately finding that balance, though, is a challenge. I break down why that’s the case here.
Some things seem so obvious we don’t even question them, like whether organic food is healthier than not. But is it? To answer, we’re talking about what the label means, regulations around food supply, and what the research says. Referenced Episodes:On the Fear of Chemicals in FoodOn Artificial Sweeteners and… Read More »on the Belief That Eating Organic is Healthier
Do the chemicals used in conventional food production negatively affect health? To answer, I’m talking about how natural doesn’t always mean safe, presence doesn’t always equal danger, why science is messy, and more.