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  • Nighttime Recovery Trifecta

    By Sofia Marin | In Healthy Recipes, Recovery | on November 4, 2016

    What does your nighttime routine look like? And no, I’m not talking about Netflix and chill. If you’re an Achieve athlete, by now you know that there’s a lot more to being an athlete than focused training on the bike. Recovery and nutrition are foundational to achieving optimal performance, so why not give your body […]

  • O’Boy Egg Plant Lasagna

    By Dana Williams | In General, Healthy Recipes | on January 18, 2015

    This is a recipe I have recently been quite fond of. Ask my wife and she will probably say I’ve made it too many times in the last few weeks. That’s fine with me because I could eat it everyday. I can’t take all the credit for this recipe though. A fair amount has to go […]

  • Steak Tagliata with Roasted Tomatoes & Yams

    By Dana Williams | In General, Healthy Recipes | on October 12, 2014

    Red meat! There’s lots of benefits to eating it, but like anything, moderation is key. And with fall upon us, yams are not only a great seasonal vegetable but also a good choice of a ‘slow release’ carbohydrate. Ingredients: – 1 serving size of your favourite piece of red meat. I used sirloin. What’s 1 serving size […]

  • Easiest Pancakes Ever

    By Dana Williams | In Healthy Recipes, Nutrition Tips | on September 17, 2014

    Yes, it’s so simple. All you need is: – 2 eggs – 1 banana That’s it! Steps: 1. Put the banana in a bowl and mush with a fork until it’s like a soft paste.         2. Add the two eggs to the banana ‘mush’ and stir for about a minute, or until it’s […]

  • I’ll try to make this as straight forward and simple as possible. Here’s how I suggest each element of this dinner is prepared and cooked. Salmon – Pick your desired piece of salmon. 6-8 oz is a healthy serving size. As a gauge, this is a little bigger than your clinched fist. – I like […]

  • Pre-Race Breakfast

    By Dana Williams | In Healthy Recipes, Nutrition Tips, Optimal Performance, Race Tips | on April 11, 2014

    Achieving maximum performance involves stressing your body followed by resting, recovering and rebuilding in order to become stronger. We all know the old saying about how breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Just think about the last time you went for a long bike ride on an empty stomach. You may have […]

  • Simple Squash Soup

    By Dana Williams | In Healthy Recipes, Nutrition Tips | on November 26, 2013

    T’is the season to enjoy some delicious squash soup. There’s nothing like a warm bowl after a hard workout and it’s cold outside. Here’s how to make it: 1. Pre heat oven to 375F 2. Cut one squash (I prefer butternut or acorn) in halves or quarters and scrape out the seeds with a spoon. […]

  • Brown Rice & Chicken Goodness

    By Dana Williams | In Healthy Recipes | on October 30, 2013

    This is another one of my favourites to make for dinner. The purpose of the photo is to make it easy to see what’s in it: – Brown Rice: I have used long grain for the longest time, but recently switched to short grain and really like the texture. – Grilled chicken breast: Marinate in […]

  • Big Eyes at Breakfast

    By Dana Williams | In Healthy Recipes | on September 12, 2013

    Here’s a healthy breakfast (or lunch) option I like to make from time to time. It’s really quick, tastes great and a nice balance of nutrients. This is how I make it: 1. Take a bell pepper (red, green, orange or yellow….no discrimination needed) and cut a flew slices that are approximately 2 cm wide. […]

  • Salmon & Vegetable Dinner on the BBQ

    By Dana Williams | In Healthy Recipes, Nutrition Tips | on August 15, 2013

    This is one of my favourite dinner’s to make. Why? Well, it’s quick and healthy and there’s hardly any clean up. This is because the majority of cooking is done on a BBQ. Here’s how I do it: Salmon: squeeze fresh lemon juice and sprinkle some sea salt and pepper on your raw piece of […]

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