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Oct 18

Hydration

Your body is 70% water, and with almost every chemical reaction that occurs in the body requiring H20, it’s a necessity to make hydration a priority. From person to person, all things nutrition look very different, even with water. One way to estimate your body’s needs is to weigh yourself before and after a workout and calculate how much weight you lost during that exercise. That weight loss in that period of time is loss of water, and to replenish that, you should drink about 20-24 ounces per pound lost. It is also recommended that per 15 minutes of exercise, you should drink 4- 6 ounces during the workout. Staying hydrated prior to your workout will lessen the amount you need to drink during, as well as take strain off of your heart by improving blood circulation.

 

For more info on staying hydrated here is a hockey specific hydration post from Pro Stock Hockey 


Oct 03

The Edina Team

Meet our awesome Edina Team! Rhondi, Colleen, Kathleen, and Caryn will all be there when we open in mid October!


Sep 26

Soccer Injury Facts

Sports specialization has become common into today’s athletic landscape – particularly in soccer.  The fact that athletes train and compete year-around can have significant consequences counterproductive to an athlete’s overall goal – athletic optimization.  


Sep 06

Announcement: New Team Members!

Viverant has been growing and so has our team! Meet our latest additions to the Viverant squad - Brad, Molly, Kathleen, and Caryn.


Aug 17

Post Workout Fueling - Protein

Workouts of all different intensities can cause damage to the body, particularly the muscle tissue. Protein is the macronutrient that our bodies use to repair these damaged tissues, and as soon as we can start rebuilding, the sooner that the body can recover and be prepared for the next bout of exercise. Foods that are comprised of proteins and carbohydrates together are excellent for giving the body energy as well as protein for recovery. Chocolate milk, whole wheat crackers with tuna or Greek yogurt with fruit are some ideas that bring together both. 

Post workout fueling is not a generalized cookie cutter approach so to learn about the specific protein amount that is needed for your body, meet with one of our registered dietitians


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