Athletic Nutrition
Fuel the Machine

Part of every training program is athletic nutrition. There's tons of information regarding nutrition and how it applies to athletes. The problem with diets is that most people who use them don't even have a basic nutritional foundation to work off of. 

Within these articles we hope to help you find the information you seek regarding your nutritional needs. As every athlete has different goals, every nutritional program is different. We only aim to help guide you through all the "fluff" and find simple truths.

One of the biggest impacts good nutrition has on a training program is not just muscle growth or fat loss, but the ability to recover faster from training. This allows you to do MORE to achieve your goals FASTER, whatever they may be.

If writing a nutritional program doesn't sound like something you're into, James Bullock offers local and long distance personalized nutritional programs.

Nutrition Fundamentals

Change the Laws of Food

Change the Laws of Food

To plan for a successful diet, first you have to change how you perceive food. Most importantly, stop treating food like a reward! Changing the way you see food is the first step to getting control of your diet and meeting your goals.

Staying Hydrated

Staying Hydrated: Six Reasons to Drink More Water

Drinking plenty of water can actually solve a lot of health problems people face. The benefits are ten-fold if you train regularly with any sort of intensity. Water is THE foundation of nutrition that is often forgotten.

Protein & Carbohydrates

Types of Protein

Types of Protein: Choosing the Right Whey

Whey protein is the most popular supplement for strength athletes, but do you know the differences between the three common types of protein and which ones are the "cleanest"?

Post Workout Carbs

Post Workout Carbs: Supplements 101

Should you supplement with carbohydrates? In this article we explore the different types of carb supplements and how they can be used to improve your training capacity.

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