Cody Nance - professional bull rider

Cody Nance - professional bull rider

Reminiscing on what it takes to be successful in this sport, Cody says a bull rider needs to be strong pound for pound, but not too big. He weighs 162 pounds and is 5’ 8”, a typical size for riding bulls. His workouts consist mainly of cardio work to promote endurance, lifting light weights for strength and an emphasis on flexibility.

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Eat better, train harder, but can your body recover faster?

Eat better, train harder, but can your body recover faster?

If you’re like most athletes, the main limiting factor in achieving your goals is recovery time. After all, you can put mind over matter to eat better and train harder, but you can’t will your body to recover faster.

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Hatching a Way to Produce Better Eggs

Hatching a Way to Produce Better Eggs

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For athletes and fitness enthusiasts, liquid egg whites are their go-to dietary staple thanks to a compelling combination of high protein with no fat, cholesterol or carbs

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SWAT Fuel on a mission

SWAT Fuel on a mission

SWAT Fuel, a science-based supplement line to support occupational athletes. The combat physiology behind creator Dr. Dan Olesnicky, M.D.’s, products, is fighting the biological time cells in our bodies (telomeres).

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ILIMA-LEI MACFARLANE TO HEADLINE BELLATOR EVENT IN HAWAII

ILIMA-LEI MACFARLANE TO HEADLINE BELLATOR EVENT IN HAWAII

ILIMA-LEI MACFARLANE TO HEADLINE BELLATOR EVENT IN HAWAII WITH FLYWEIGHT TITLE DEFENSE AGAINST VALERIE LETOURNEAU DEC. 15

PLUS, LYOTO MACHIDA SET FOR BELLATOR DEBUT AGAINST FORMER MIDDLEWEIGHT CHAMP RAFAEL CARVALHO AND BELLATOR’S WELTERWEIGHT WORLD GRAND PRIX CONTINUES

Tickets on sale Friday

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Staying on your game with BioSil®

Staying on your game with BioSil®

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As long as our joints are working and not causing us pain, we don’t think much about them. Come to an injury, though, and that changes in a hurry. Suddenly, exercising pain-free is impossible

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A Publication for our times

A Publication for our times

The athletic challenges of wave-riding required peak fitness and a near ascetic ethos. Few compromises were possible in the face of objective challenges: the big waves of Hawaii and the chilly waters of California. To surf well required commitment, and training! So the sport’s early heroes were models of fitness and athleticism.

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