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2 Essential Factors Athletes Cannot Ignore About Workout Recovery

Training is just one part of the formula for peak performance. Another critical component in that equation is recovery. Training creates a stimulus...

By: Erick Avila

Sleep and Sunlight: Why Athletes Need to Prioritize Both

Seeking that extra edge on and off the field? Improving dietary and exercise habits are common New Year's resolutions, but athletes and non-athletes s...

By: Jim Carpentier

Why Athletes Are at Greater Risk of Sleep Disorders (and How to Fix It)

It may seem counterintuitive, but many top athletes—people who are otherwise in great health—suffer from sleep disorders. Shouldn't an intense ...

By: Anna Johansson

How to Eat Healthy During the Holiday Season

Healthy Holiday Eating Are you spending too much time worrying about holiday weight gain, rather than taking the time to enjoy family traditions and...

By: Kait Fortunato

5 Tips to Become a Morning Workout Person

Finding the motivation to workout at any time in the day can be tough, but it can be especially terrible to do a morning workout when so many people...

By: Gary Moller

Latest Videos in Sleep

STACK Performance Nutrition: How to Get a Better Sleep

In this episode of STACK Performance Nutrition, Leslie Bonci discusses the importance of sleep.

Symptoms of Overtraining

Jennifer Rodriguez, long track speed skating Olympic bronze medalist, details the dangerous symptoms of overtraining.

How Elton Brand Takes Care of His Body

Philadelphia 76ers All-Star forward Elton Brand talks about how he trains smarter during the off-season, eats healthy and gets quality rest in the evening to help prepare his body for the rigors of an NBA season.

Alcohol: Sleepless Nights and Poor Performance

Sports nutritionist Leslie Bonci explains how alcohol consumption leads to restless sleep, which leaves you more fatigued and performing poorly on the field.

Liz Applegate on the Importance of Sleep

Liz Applegate, Oakland Raiders team nutritionist and director of sports nutrition at U.C., Davis, explains how sleep deprivation can lead to weight gain.