Nutrition Tips from a National Championship: Sports Performance and Healthy Travel

sports performance cross training and nutrition

I was setting in seminar this weekend and when one of the presenters, asked a quing questions along the lines of “what do you really like to do?” and without hesitation the answer sprung to mind….COMPETE

I love to compete, to test, emotion, will, mental and physical fortitude against another man or team of men.

Today I wanted to give a snap shot of one my recent endeavors to help insure that the result of the competitions that I so dearly love, end up in a result that I enjoy.

If you don’t want to or don’t have time to watch the video here are the major take home points, whether you are an athlete or not.

  1. If you are traveling or going to an athletic competition pre-plan and pre-pack all your supplements in zip-lock bags this will save you packing space and hassle when you don’t have a lot of time

  2. John Scott is the real deal and supports ‘real’ athlete(s) trying to achieve big things.  He knows his stuff and is very willing to share his depth of knowledge which also goes directly into his products

  3. If  you don’t use anything else get some celtic sea salt whether you are an athlete wanting to avoid cramping or just need to get critical minerals from a holistic source, celtic sea salt will help you every time.

  4. I never leave home for any kind of travel without packing my probiotics and digestive enzymes, you never know what, when and where your food is coming from on the road and these little insurance policies will help insure you don’t spend your whole trip in the bathroom if you get my drift.  John Scott’s product called Digest is a great all in one source .

Troy M Anderson

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