Meal prep is crucial component to staying on track with your nutrition. Finding the time to prep during a busy week can be stressful, but when you block off as little as 15 minutes to prepare a healthy meal or snack, it can help you stay on track with your nutrition for the week. One… Continue reading How to Prep Vegetables That You Actually Want to Eat
Shout out to CDSF Member Dustin Alexander. During the day Dustin works hard to make sure we can all drink as much Death Wish Coffee Company as we want, and also co-hosts the company’s podcast Fueled By Death Cast. In September he began training at CDSF and has already set new PR’s in the bench, squat, and deadlift;lifting more… Continue reading CDSF Member Shout Out: Dustin I.
Breakfast can be an important meal whether you’re working towards mass gain or weight loss. But, busy and rushed mornings can often make it difficult to consistently get a nutritious breakfast in. In today’s post Capital District Sport and Fitness Registered Dietitian and Precision Nutrition Level 2 Coach Samantha Jill shows you how to make overnight oats, a simple and nutrient… Continue reading How to Make Overnight Oats
The use of supplemental exercises is a great way to get stronger with your big three lifts (squat, bench, deadlift). As their name implies, a supplemental exercise supplements one of the big three lifts, and because they'll be a close variation to your main they'll help you: ✅Improve Technique ✅Add Volume to Your Training Program… Continue reading 4 Supplemental Exercises for a Stronger Deadlift
Every Wednesday the CDSF Staff meets or gets together with other practitioners and coaches in the Capital District to talk about what they've been learning, give brief presentations, or have discussions about different topics in the health and fitness field. We'll be occasionally giving you all an inside look at what goes down during our weekly… Continue reading CDSF In-Service: Periodization for the General Fitness Client
In today's post Capital District Sport and Fitness Registered Dietitian and Precision Nutrition Level 2 Coach Samantha Jill shows you how to make a Mass Gain Shake. When looking to gain mass shakes are an excellent way to consume additional calories during the day, outside of your regular meals and snacks, and increase your protein intake to aid in muscle… Continue reading How to Make a Mass Gain Shake
In today's post we're going to talk about how to progress the inverted row. The inverted row is an exercise that we commonly use at Capital District Sport and Fitness to train your upper back and anterior core. To initially progress the inverted row you'll simply walk your feet lower on the floor, requiring you… Continue reading How to Progress Inverted Rows