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P4 Interview Exclusive: Erik Beiser, Strength & Conditioning Coordinator, Minnesota Twins Talks Workouts, Diet & Supplement Safety

“There’s not much I don’t love about my job,” says Minnesota Twins Strength and Conditioning Coordinator Erik Beiser. “I wake up every day and I drive to a ballpark, and that’s my office. I train some of the best baseball athletes in the world. I walk outside to a manicured field and watch my athletes perform.”And that’s really why [...]

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8 Ways To Make Your Memorial Day BBQ Healthier

Don’t allow your Memorial Day barbecue to become your dietary downfall. First, skip the booze. Alcohol metabolizes before food, and those extra, empty calories are often stored as fat. Stick to water, or if you’re going to imbibe in an adult beverage, stick to wine (which has resveratrol, a plant compound, that has been known [...]

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How To Target The Outer Calves

Your calves — or gastrocnemius and soleus muscles — can be as stubborn as a, uh, mule when it comes to growth. The gastrocnemius is the heart-shaped muscle, while the soleus is located in the lower calf below the gastrocnemius; it works to flex the foot to point your does downward. The issue of growth or [...]

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5 Meatless Ways To Get Your Protein

A diet that’s high in protein is essential for rebuilding muscle and aiding recovery efforts. However, some athletes don't want to consume meat, possibly due to things such as moral conflicts or questionable farming practices. So, then, where do they turn for protein? Many opt for protein shakes that feature whey or casein, and there's [...]

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5 Training Tips For 5K Rookies

Whether you’re a novice runner or someone who is looking to up the ante by dominating their first Spartan Sprint, to become a better runner you have to — you guessed it — run!  Form comes first, so we’ll assume you’ve got that part nailed down. Otherwise, your risk of injury goes up. Bad form [...]

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Use Halfway Reps For Better Athletic Performance

Imagine throwing a baseball or softball but stopping midway through the motion; not only would you look foolish, your objective to get the ball where it needs to go wouldn’t be met. That’s why training with full range of motion when you exercise is a vital component to learning technique and remaining injury-free (otherwise, your [...]

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5 Steps To A Better Burpee

Burpees are a full-body blaster of a move. Whether you’re training for endurance or looking to hit the chest, triceps, quads, or core — burpees can deliver impressive results. Plus, they’re a low-maintenance exercise: to do them requires no equipment and a small amount of space.So why don’t a lot of people do them more [...]

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Boost Motivation With These 6 Tips

Whether your athletic goal is to make the team, be the MVP, become more dominant in the paint, or own the arm that leads your team to a title, natural talent won’t get you there. Determination and being goal-oriented will. That being said, even the most dedicated athlete can suffer from motivation depletion. When that [...]

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What’s in P4? Your Ingredients Spotlight.

What makes P4 so effective for serious athletes? Take American Track and Field Athlete David Verburg for instance. He says, "I like the combination of PRE GAME and ENERGY. If you’re feeling sluggish, it definitely puts pep in your step. You get more energy while you’re working out which enhances my practices and helps me get [...]

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5 REASONS TO ONLY CHOOSE NSF-CERTIFIED PRODUCTS

The Proven 4 brand began in professional baseball. With retired professional baseball player Frank Catalanotto as part of the driving force behind P4 products, P4 found its way into clubhouses across the country accompanied by a strong sense of trust (thanks to NSF Certification) and loyalty to the sport.  Why is that trust so important? [...]

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