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Cooking with the Crew: 4 Vegetarian Recipes to Fuel Your Offseason Workouts
Food is Fuel!
Cooking with the Crew: 4 Vegetarian Recipes to Fuel Your Offseason Workouts

By Daesha Harper|July 01, 2022

Do you ever have trouble finding nutritious foods to fuel you up properly because of certain dietary restrictions? When you are unable to receive nutrients from foods that you can’t eat, it may feel discouraging to stay motivated to find new sources of fuel. On the Food For Fitness podcast, host Scott Baptie talked with...

College Recruiting Advice to Parents from Parents
advice to parents
College Recruiting Advice to Parents from Parents

By Matt Jenkins|July 01, 2022

The college recruiting process can be fun for the whole family as long as you start early, and getting a head start can relieve a lot of stress for the athlete as well as for the parents. 2aDays spoke with a parent whose son was being recruited for DI football.  Laurel Jenkins was willing to...

Recruiting FAQs: When Should I Respond to a Coach if They Tell Me They Need a Decision Right Away?
No rush?
Recruiting FAQs: When Should I Respond to a Coach if They Tell Me They Need a Decision Right Away?

By Jaileen Goncalves|July 01, 2022

Time is money, as the old saying goes, and this is especially true during the recruiting process. After all, your scholarship could be on the line! Coaches are also often in a hurry to solidify their roster and snag star recruits. But what about the recruit who is weighing options and wants time to think?...

Happy An-NIL-versary! Check Out These 4 Benefits of Name, Image, and Likeness for College Athletes
College Athletes Are Cashing In!
Happy An-NIL-versary! Check Out These 4 Benefits of Name, Image, and Likeness for College Athletes

By Katie Lever, M.A.|July 01, 2022

TGIF is especially significant today because name, image, and likeness rights for college athletes are officially a year old! In honor of the historic landmark, here are four key benefits of NIL for college athletes. Business Skills Although the immediate payout of NIL is cash in hand, the long-term benefits of NIL could be even...

Cooking with the Crew: 12 Options for Post-Workout Snacks
Snack Attack!
Cooking with the Crew: 12 Options for Post-Workout Snacks

By Daesha Harper|June 30, 2022

Have you ever been in a rush after your game and wanted something sweet, savory, and healthy to indulge in before rushing off somewhere else? Luckily, we have all the quick fixes to help you tackle your next snack attack! We recently sat down with Jenna Ramirez, an athletic trainer at San Francisco State, to...

Recruiting FAQs: When Should I Email a College Coach?
Communication is Key!
Recruiting FAQs: When Should I Email a College Coach?

By Jaileen Goncalves|June 30, 2022

Communicating with college coaches as a recruit can be tricky and there are a lot of questions attached. Here, we tackle the first question that usually arises when it’s time to reach out to a coach. Q: When should I email a college coach?  When coaches are asked “When should an athlete start reaching out...

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