Having enough energy is essential — especially for endurance athletes — but not all products marketed as sources of energy are actually beneficial. Even popular energy boosters like sports gels, also known as energy gels, have their drawbacks. Read on to learn more about sports gels and how they’re used, along with a clean energy alternative to try instead.
Netflix’s 2018 documentary, “The Game Changers” introduced a series of famous athletes who aren’t just making do in their respective games, they’re making huge strides — all without following a traditional meat-based diet. From bodybuilders to endurance runners, here are five famous athletes who are changing the game with clean eating.
College football season is in full swing, and so far, it hasn’t disappointed. From powerful defensive linemen to nimble wide receivers to quarterbacks with pinpoint accuracy, this season has seen college football players make brilliant moves both on and off the field. Here are 10 college football players to keep an eye on in the 2021 season!
How can you boost your energy to enhance your workout? For many endurance runners and athletes, the answer to a longer, harder workout is an energy gel. A convenient method for delivering quick bursts of energy, energy gels have seen their fair share of praise from athletes ranging from marathon Olympians to recreational runners. Here’s everything you need to know about energy gels, as well as some healthy, natural alternatives.
Hundreds of Olympians were thrilled to represent Team USA in 2020. Naturally, when the International Olympic Committee postponed the event due to the pandemic, athletes were crushed. Many women in sports, though, decided to use their newfound time to train even harder for the 2021 Olympics. With women dominating this year’s Olympics and winning over our hearts, here are four women in sports who stand out.