Hockey may be a seasonal sport, but training and fitness is a year-round endeavor! Go into the locker room and hit the ice with the Predators in this special training tip with MMA great Big John McCarthy, Eric the Trainer and members of the Preds!
Celebrity Sweat presents another Food Fun Fact as boxer/actor Victor Ortiz discusses nutrition with Kevin Bieksa of the Anaheim Ducks. Kevin’s favorite protein source is Turkey, supplements help, but there is no substitute for healthy natural meal sources. Visit our recipe archive for more healthy eating tips and recipes.
Nothing exerts non-stop cardio and fitness challenges more than playing hockey. The Celebrity Sweat team, led by Hollywood Physique Expert Eric the Trainer and MMA Hall of Famer Big John McCarthy, catch up with Nashville Predator Filip Forsberg in this week’s Fun Food Fact. How do professional athletes, in particular NHL stars keep their body’s fueled for the rigors of a 60 minute hockey game, and a season that spans potentially over 8 months? Go into the locker room with the guys and get some great fitness tips and healthy eating ideas, then be sure to visit our extensive library of tips only at www.csweat.com – or checkout our youtube channel and #sweatitup! @PredsNHL #filipforsberg @ericthetrainer @JohnMcCarthyMMA
The Celebrity Sweat team led by MMA great Big John McCarthy take a time out with Nashville Predator Eric Nystrom to discuss nutrition. Eric follows a high protein gluten free diet, and with his hectic hockey schedule needs to keep his nutritional intake at optimal levels. Listen in and take notes! Working out is only HALF the story, eating right is vital to your whole fitness picture. Visit www.csweat.com for more tips and workout gear!
Hollywood Physique Expert Eric The Trainer is joined by Anaheim Ducks’ Clayton Stoner to explore some quick tips for staying in great shape. Catch up with Eric the Trainer and Clayton Stoner during the 2014 Celebrity Softball Challenge, as Stoner shares how he stays in shape both during and after the hockey season. Softball is a great way to maintain his conditioning, and a lot of fun, providing cardio, endurance and mental agility. Conditioning takes on many different forms, so you can stay at your peak performance year-round.