Tagged: pre-workout

What to Eat Before Your Workout

If you want to optimize the results of working out, consuming a small snack or pre-workout meal is ideal. However, every body digests food differently. Let’s go over what to eat and when to eat it before you begin your workout.

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The Difference Between Static and Dynamic Stretching

Do you start your workout by stretching? If not, you should be in order to prevent injury. If you do, are you doing effective stretches and are you doing them correctly? There are two different types of stretches: static streching and dynamic stretching. In this blog, we will define, describe, and explain some common differences […]

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Finding Your Perfect Elite Smoothie

These newly redeveloped cream smoothies were reintroduced recently at all Elite Sports Clubs. Not long ago, I shared a favorite Elite smoothie of most members at the Mequon club, the Chocolate Peanut Butter Smoothie. Since then, I have done quite a bit more reading about the Elite smoothies and their reformulation. Not often are companies able […]

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To Snack or Not to Snack, That is the Question

Are you pro-snack or against snacking all together? The discussion of snacking has gone through many changes over the years. In some years, snacking has been considered a good idea to keep the calorie intake stable. Other years, it was a point of hesitation because most people got enough good calories and nutrients at meals and experts did not feel […]

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Member Stories: The 3 Dietitians – Christine, Mary, and Annie

We’re extremely proud of our members. Over the years their work out agendas and sporting endeavors serve as healthy examples of how it feels to be “Elite,” and how exercise not only adds years to your life, but life to your years! Today we’d like to highlight another member’s experience: March is National Nutrition Month […]

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Pre-Workout Foods: What Should I Eat Before I Hit the Gym?

It’s really tempting to skip the calories, but the food you eat before you exercise fuels your workout and maximizes your efforts and results. If you eat correctly you’ll be able to work out harder! Eating before a workout also prevents low blood sugar, which can cause lightheadedness and fatigue while you’re active. That being […]

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