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Are you looking for that competitive edge? You might consider ways of stimulating your

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Advertisers market their products to fight that 2:30 crash. Coffee chains promote their afternoon caffeinated happy hours to help get you through the day. Some cultures even have an after-lunch siesta to combat fatigue. What if there was a different way to help keep your mind efficient and alert all

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What is one of the best choices you can make to nourish, protect and boost brain power? A simple and easy to implement answer to this question is to eat more unprocessed whole foods, which are naturally full of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and phytochemicals. Read on to see what foods

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NutritionQ & ASports PerformanceThe Training Edge

Caffeine Boost A: Yes. Research shows that caffeine is ergogenic—it targets the brain and nervous system to resist fatigue during a workout. The key is using it correctly and not overdoing it, which can lead to jitters, anxiety, a racing heart, and trouble sleeping at night.

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The Training Edge

Friends told Ben Pulver, NASM-CPT and personal chef in the Detroit area, about the amazing banana smoothies they tried during a trip to Puerto Rico. Ben created this version to use on long-distance runs: “The balance of carbs, protein, and fats, along with the caffeine kick, really helps me on

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