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Huckin’ Eh: Nutrition in Ultimate with Daisy Lin & Elsa Chu, Tourneys in BC & Quebec
Get your diet right!
Sep 1, 2021 by Theo Wan and Danie Proby in Podcast with 0 comments
Tuesday Tips: Change Your Plate to Change Your Game
Use your activity levels to guide what you eat.
Jun 16, 2020 by Guest Author in Opinion with 0 comments
Tuesday Tips: How to Maximize the Offseason
The long winter months can lull you into a false sense of a security, but don't let the offseason get away from you.
Dec 4, 2019 by Meghan Bartlett in Analysis with 0 comments
Tuesday Tips: How An Aerobic Base And Nutrition Help Your Sprints On Sunday, Presented By Spin Ultimate
To play their best, ultimate athletes need a solid aerobic foundation, fueled by a smart diet.
Mar 20, 2018 by Bert Abbott in Opinion with 0 comments
Addressing A Calorie Deficit At Tournaments
Should you try to replace all the calories you burn over the course of a weekend of competition? Is it even possible?
Nov 22, 2017 by Kate Schlag in Analysis with 0 comments
The Truth Behind Carb Loading
How will this popular nutrition practice impact ultimate players' athletic performance?
Sep 22, 2016 by Kate Schlag in Opinion with 1 comments
3 Surprising Things I Learned In My Sports Nutrition Class
You might be surprised, too.
Jan 7, 2016 by Kate Schlag in Analysis with 4 comments
Sin The Fields: Miami Vice Recap, Fat Season, The Amazing Race [NSFW]
There was vice in Miami.
Nov 13, 2015 by Tad Wissel and Patrick Stegemoeller in Podcast with 0 comments
Tuesday Tips: The Foundation Of Nutritional Health For Improved Performance, Presented By Five Ultimate
Six pieces of advice for how to make the most of your offseason and enter next year with a strong nutritional base.
Oct 27, 2015 by Kate Schlag in Analysis with 0 comments
Tuesday Tips: How Ultimate’s New One Game Format Impacts Your Nutrition, Presented By Five Ultimate
What you should eat when prepping for a tournament isn't the same when you only have a single game in a day.
Sep 29, 2015 by Kate Schlag in Analysis with 1 comments