Professional sports leagues pay trainers millions of dollars each year to study their teams’ nutrition. What these nutritionists agree upon holds up well for all levels of sport: we are what we eat.
An unorthodox and new contribution to Harvard’s success came from athletics professional Dan Boyne, who for 28 years has directed the recreational sculling program in Weld Boathouse.
In today’s world of athletics, the one thing that is preached over and over again in terms of nutrition is the P word: PROTEIN.
Recently, Alex Schmotter reached out to us to tell us about pHenOH 7.4, the world’s first alkaline sports drink, and its Indiegogo campaign. Schmotter, the founder and CEO of Phenoh, Inc., played four years of lacrosse at Cal Poly and was named a 2011 2nd-Team All-American.