Why Living in the Zone is Important
Peak performance requires consistent hormonal control
Hormones generated by the diet are the key to peak physical performance. In fact, to be truly successful as an athlete you have be more consistent in your diet than with your training.
Muscle building is done during rest
Intense exercise causes muscle damage. When you rest, that damaged is repaired and new muscle tissue is created. Without a consistent source of protein like PastaRx throughout the day and using the Zone Diet to stabilize insulin levels, it is difficult to rebuild damaged muscle at optimal rates. In addition, intense training causes extensive exercise-induced inflammation. The resolution of this inflammation allows you to repair damaged tissue more rapidly and recover at a faster rate using OmegaRx 2 and polyphenols as your primary dietary supplements.
Mental focus and improved reaction times start with the Zone Diet
Mental focus and reaction times can be enhanced by using the Zone Diet to stabilize blood sugar levels. Adult supplementation with OmegaRx 2 speeds nerve transmission from the brain to your muscle fibers. This combination has worked for the 25 Olympic Gold Medal winners that Dr. Sears has personally worked with, as well as world champion teams in World Cup soccer, Major League Baseball, the NFL, and the NBA.
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Elite athletes need an elite diet to reach full potential:
|Matthew Bach – Ironman Champ Aided by Fish Oil to Achieve a Perfect Score|
Matthew Bach is an Ironman Champion who experimented by testing his blood to see if he was taking the proper amount of omega-3 fish oil each day. The Zone Labs Cellular Inflammation Test Kit gave him the answers he needed for a perfect score. (Read More)
|Tom Cross – Zone Diet Pushes Triathlon Champ to Keep Going and Going|
Tom Cross is an endurance athlete who began following the Zone in 1992 preparing for his first marathon. Since then, he has completed the Hawaiian Ironman, won the Sea to Summit Triathlon 3 times, ran a 50-mile mountain-marathon in Colorado, and at the age of 58, will attempt his first 100-mile ultra-trail race in the mountains of Utah and Idaho. (Read More)
|Dean Karnazes – Zone Pushes One Athlete To New Heights|
In 1999 I read a book called “The Zone” by Dr. Barry Sears. As an athlete, I had experimented with all types of diets in the past in hopes of improving my performance. A friend of mine recommended that I read “The Zone” so I did. That one book profoundly influenced my life. I adopted the Zone Diet and found that not only was my performance improving, I was recovering more quickly. (Read More)