Changes in gluten free products

When I was diagnosed with Celiac in 2004, there were very limited options of gluten free food and a lack of knowledge of Celiac Disease and what it meant to be gluten free. I would travel to restaurants with my own pasta noodles and ask that they boil them in a...

Texas 70.3 Race Report

I was excited to start the season with this race. I developed some good off-season fitness and was looking forward to putting that to a test, along with everyone else! I had a year of racing the half distance under my belt, so I was much more comfortable with racing...

Recovery

Recovery is critical to both physical and mental performance. It’s not always easy to fit in, especially for the time-crunched athlete, but it should be a priority. I try to listen well to my body and always pay attention to its needs and whether it is properly...

Travel and training

I had the amazing opportunity last weekend to go see the beautiful natural Yosemite Firefall, Horsetail Falls with Brian. It happens once a year for no more than 10 days, just before sunset when the glowing sun aligns directly on the falls, illuminating it and making...

Gluten free snack ideas

Gluten free snack ideas Fueling is an essential part of being an athlete, and fueling correctly will help you get through your training and recovery well. Being gluten free, I have less options but I am thankful that companies like Udi’s and Glutino who have made it...