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Free Radicals, Aging, and Performance

Free Radicals, Aging, and Performance

by Coach Seiji
Posted in: Coach Seiji Says, Nutrition & Hydration, General
Current research to extend both lifespan and performance curves. Read more…

Food for Performance

Food for Performance

by Robb Beams
Posted in: Nutrition & Hydration, General
Learn three ways to offset the negative effects of fatigue with proper nutrition. Read more…

How Caffeine Effects Performance

How Caffeine Effects Performance

by Kim Wathen, M.S. Exercise Phys/Dietitian
Posted in: Nutrition & Hydration, General
Is caffeine a drug that you should use to enhance your performance? Read more…

Adapting to Hot Motos

Adapting to Hot Motos

by Editor
Posted in: Nutrition & Hydration, General
Learn how riders adapt to the heat and why some athletes struggle to cope with high temperatures. Read more…

Three Myths about Post Workout Protein

Three Myths about Post Workout Protein

by Editor
Posted in: Nutrition & Hydration, General
Are you using protein incorrectly for post-workout recovery? Read more…

Muscle Cramps

Muscle Cramps

by Editor
Posted in: Nutrition & Hydration, General
Suffer from cramps? Find out the real cause. Read more…

Smart Food Choices

Smart Food Choices

by Racer X Virtual Trainer
Posted in: Nutrition & Hydration
Simple guide to help you make better choices while traveling to races. Read more…

Hydration 101

Hydration 101

by UPMC
Posted in: Nutrition & Hydration
Staying hydrated for motocross is crucial. Let the folks at UPMC show you how. Read more…

Heat Related Illness in Motocross

Heat Related Illness in Motocross

by Kirk Layfield, PhD EMT-P
Posted in: Nutrition & Hydration
With summer in full swing learn the signs and treatment for heat illness at the race track. Read more…

How to Acclimate to the Heat

How to Acclimate to the Heat

by Coach Seiji
Posted in: Coach Seiji Says, Nutrition & Hydration
If you travel to a race that has a much different climate or altitude than where you live, you will need to acclimate to the Read more…