Making the Most of Your Offseason Nutrition

The most common questions we get about nutrition in ultimate revolve around playing the game. What should I eat before I play? Should I carbo-load? How do I recover effectively after a tournament day? That's all for good reason. Ultimate tournaments are very taxing on the body and require a lot of fuel to maintain a high level of performance throughout a weekend. But, in many ways, the diet you maintain on a regular basis is even more important. So, today, let's talk about some general nutritional guidelines for the offseason, a time when you may be thinking about body composition changes: putting on muscle, lowering body fat, or simply developing a stronger athletic base.

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Eating Healthy During Coronavirus Lockdown (And Three Recipes)

I wasn't exactly expecting to be writing about nutrition amidst stay-at-home orders. However, besides work and school routines, food habits may be one of the most heavily affected parts of daily life during the coronavirus lockdowns. Restaurants are shutting down. Grocery stores are running out of weird things. Everyone is home all the time so normal food routines are out of wack, and you may find that you're eating at weird hours, snacking too much, or simply struggling to figure out what to eat at all. On top of all that, your overall physical activity is probably way down. So let's talk about some things that can help keep your diet in good shape even as you're stuck at home.

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