I posted this delicious dish on Facebook and I had multiple requests for the recipe. It is very easy to make and you can substitute any of the vegetables used. I prefer making my own sausage mixture, and try to avoid unhealthy pre-packaged sausage. You can sub in a different meat too! Enjoy! I actually… Continue reading Butternut Squash Brussel Sprout Egg Casserole
Spring Sports are winding down, so this is the perfect opportunity to do some pre-season training! I will be starting up athletic training sessions for youth athletes (12 and older). The program will be designed to build strength, power, core strength, speed and agility. Perfect to prepare children for the Fall sports season. Prices are… Continue reading Youth Pre-season Athletic Training
One of the supplements that I recommend everyone take is Vitamin D. Most people think they are getting enough Vitamin D from their diet or from sun exposure, but, unfortunately, that is not the case, especially during the winter months. In addition, most sunscreens block vitamin D creating a very Vitamin D deficient world. How… Continue reading The Importance of Vitamin D
When I first created my website, I wasn’t able to fully invest my time into developing it. This was probably around the same time my mom was diagnosed with Metastatic Renal Cell Carcinoma (Kidney Cancer). The tumor on her kidney spread to the thoracic spine, which resulted in excruciating pain for months, which eventually lead… Continue reading I’m Back….
I will be offering the following services in August: Tuesday evenings – group endurance runs (free) Thursday evenings – Athletic Conditioning ($10/class) plus Nutrition tips for the athlete Group Runs: An athlete can run, on average, 5 miles in a soccer or field hockey game (depending on position, of course). Most children are not prepared for the endurance… Continue reading Preseason Athletic Training for Kids