Nutrition for Recovery with Amanda Turner: Episode 44

  • In this episode: We speak with Amanda Turner from Active Fueling on the role nutrition plays with recovery and what we can do to help ourselves out.

  • Chip Review: Private Selection (Kroger) – Sea Salt & Balsamic Vinegar

  • Trivia question of the week: Why are beans the magical fruit that make you toot?

  • Follow us on Instagram: 2pts_n_a_bagofchips and/or Twitter @2PTsNaBagOChips to see photos, video and get additional episode specific information throughout the week.

  • Thanks for listening!!

 

Timeline

00:00 – Intro
            – Amanda Turner from Activefueling Nutrition
            – Private Selection (Kroger) – Sea Salt & Balsamic Vinegar
00:37 – Probiotics vs Anti-probiotics
01:16 – Amanda Turner Resume
02:20 – 2x Boston Marathon Qualifier
02:50 – Active Fueling
            – Right in the heart of DTC
03:14 – Do we still call it a diet?
04:40 – Let’s start with Dixie State
05:28 – Is there something nutritional that everyone can benefit from during their
recovery?
06:12 – Food you love or hate from recovery?
07:05 – High sugar and high carb, the same thing?
07:29 – General guidelines to reduce the barrier to entry on proper nutrition?
08:16 – Food is not just a fuel source
10:07 – Weight is not a measure of health
11:14 – BMI (body mass index)
12:27 – Which is why I drink Coffee and are Eggs good for you or bad?
13:01 – Choline is great for the brain –
13:26 – Red wine
13:55 – How important is hydration to recovery?
            – 60% of our body weight is water
15:08 – Hydration options outside of H2O
15:42 – How about chocolate milk as a recovery aide?
17:05 – There is an upper limit on calcium
17:37 – Kids do the funniest stuff with their diets
18:46 – Protens, Carbs, Fats and sugars are needed for functions of the body
21:10 – That’s a big red flag
22:29 – Are there better times to eat? Is carb loading a real thing?
24:05 – Timing on eating for sports performance and recovery
25:06 – Consistent timing and context based
25:43 – Recovery is not just 1 meal
26:21 – What foods should people be eating during prolonged activity?
            – Sugar? Whole foods?
27:28 – When I’m hiking I eat Snickers
28:16 – One food everyone should avoid and one food people would eat more of?
30:30 – How about that kale train?
30:50 – I love how Brussels sprouts….
31:16 – I just finished watching Salt Fat Acid Heat
31:47 – Pizza Hut and Kale
32:40 – How much chocolate should I eat?
34:31 – On a side note – Buckler Beer
35:42 – Trivia Time!!
            – Last week: In what sport would you perform the Fosbury flop? High Jump
            – This weeks: Why are beans the magical fruit that make you toot?
37:01 – Chip Time!!
            – Private Selection (Kroger) Sea Salt & Balsamic Vinegar
39:25 – I could use a little more acid – I’d be interested to hear what you learned
40:25 – The first attempt at the Outro
40:32 – How to contact Amanda
            – ActiveFueling.com
            – Phone: 720-598-0018
            – Facebook – Active Fueling Nutrition
            – Twitter – @activefueling
            – Instagram – @activefuelingnurtrition
41:55 – Should we refrigerate chocolate? How about Butter? Eggs?
43:31 – E. coli
43:50 – Outro for real this time
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Intro to Rebound Therapy and Wellness Clinic: Episode 1

Dr. Mike Pascoe Interview: Episode 12

Hamstring Injury: Episode 42

  • In this episode: We discuss hamstring injuries. Typical causes, predisposition factors, treatment and prevention.

  • Chip Review: Ikea – Potatischips Saltade (Aidan Bosman)

  • Trivia question of the week: What is the driest place on Earth?

  • Follow us on Instagram: 2pts_n_a_bagofchips and/or Twitter @2PTsNaBagOChips to see photos, video and get additional episode specific information throughout the week.

  • Thanks for listening!!

Hamstring injury. Lets discuss our pet peeve right off the bat. If I hear one more announcer on TV say “ That looks like a hamstring” or “He’s got a hamstring”, i’m going to loose it. We all have hamstrings in fact each of use has 3 on both legs. It is so interesting that this way of talking about it has basically gotten a life of it’s own. Ok I feel better now.
The hamstring has three main parts. The biceps femoris which makes up the lateral portion and the semitendinosus and semimembranosus which make up the medial portion. When you bend your knee you will feel the tendons, almost like guitar strings. One on the outside, biceps femoris one on the inside, semitendinosus and semimembranosus.
The biggest injury you will see here is pull or strain. These are both names for some form of tear. The tear is typically small but you can have large tears. At times there can be a lot of black and blue (ecchymosis) as well swelling. The discoloration is not always indicative of the extent of the injury.
This is one of the tougher injuries because it is difficult to rest. The biggest risk factor for having a hamstring injury is a prior hamstring injury. So that means if you have injuried the hamstring before you are more likely to do it again.
Make sure you don’t try to race back. Once these become chronic they tend to stick with people for a long time. You see it in the professional athlete world. They return in a few weeks, their first real big movement back and they injury it again.
In most cases running is the number one cause. This is often a change in speed accelerating or decelerating. Kicking is not as often the cause but when it is there is typically a much more damaging injury and takes longer to come back from.

Other Podcasts you might be interested in:

Stretching

Pain: Episode 29

 

Iliotibial Band Syndrome (ITBS): Episode 9

 

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