health

  • Caffeine and Running Performance

    Posted March 1, 2020 by kyleetac
    By: Kylee Van Horn, RDN   Does caffeine hurt, or help when running?

    For most of us, our morning isn’t complete without our cup o’ delicious caffeinated beverage.  As far as running performance goes, whether it’s coffee, tea, or caffeinated gum, caffeine is a proven central nervous system stimulant.  In…

  • The Ketogenic Quandary

    Posted November 30, 2019 by kyleetac

    By: Kylee Van Horn, RDN

    Despite the high-carbohydrate tradition in running, some endurance athletes are going against the grain and choosing low-carbohydrate, high-fat (LCHF) diets in an attempt to change the way their bodies use energy—using fat stores first and reserving glycogen stores for later. LCHF

  • Sleep: The Foundation of Our Health

    Posted November 16, 2019 by kyleetac

    By: Sarah Bay

    I never set out to become a sleep coach.  In fact, sleep was never even on my radar and most certainlysomething I didn’t think twice about.

    Until I wasn’t getting any.

    Like many of you, I had a child and was

  • 5 Simple Exercises You Can Do at Work

    Posted November 4, 2019 by kyleetac

    Guest Blog by Julia Muskevich

    Forget about all the time you spend commuting, taking care of the kids, and running errands—working 40 hours alone makes it seem impossible to find time for a workout.

    Exercise offers numerous benefits in our everyday lives, including at work.

  • One TAClete's Journey with the FMS Screen

    Posted August 14, 2019 by kyleetac

    I recently had the pleasure of taking Missy Amato, dedicated T.A.C. Performance Center athlete and accomplished hiker, hockey player, AT skier and snowboarder, through the FMS screen. She was curious about her movement and wanted to know what little changes she could make to improve her athletic performance.