Tuesday, March 6, 2012

New DRoP IT Motivational Shirt!


Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Over Coming Obstacles

Your story of overcoming obstacles needs to be heard. Whether it was weight, substance abuse, relationships or whatever the case share your story. Our goal is to help provide inspiration to new members who bringing out their inner athletes, who are facing challenges of their own.

Your story does not need to be long, just a few words or paragraphs on what you overcame, how you drooped it. Nor does it need to be a written masterpiece – it just needs to be YOUR story. 

We encourage you to inspire others every chance you get! You never know when you might inspire someone to change their life and lead a more healthy, active lifestyle. Your words, your thought your overcoming will make a difference.

DRoP IT you are the change! Share your story in the comment bar below.

We gotta make it DRoP!

Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Endurance Functional Eating Habits

Functional Eating is not a complicated process. All you have to do is follow these seven simple principles:
  1. Never skip breakfast.  The ideal breakfast consists of about 80% carbs and 20% protein.  This ratio will not only reduce cortisol levels but also replenish muscle energy stores depleted while you were sleeping.
  2. Eat high-carbohydrate foods between 9:00 A.M. and 1:00 P.M. to ensure that the muscles and brain have sufficient energy.
  3. Decrease consumption of carbohydrate-rich foods dramatically throughout the afternoon and evening.
  4. Consume 55 percent of your daily calories by 1:00 P.M. to parallel the body’s energy needs. 
  5. Eat high-protein foods between 5:00 P.M. and 8:00 P.M. The protein turnover circuit is most active during this period because it is not competing with the pathways responsible for generating energy.
  6. Keep fat intake to a minimum in the morning and throughout most of the day, but increase your intake of healthy (mainly plant) fats in the evening. Since these fats are especially potent suppressors of hunger, this strategy helps keep you full in the period between dinner and bedtime.
  7. Whenever you work out, make sure you pay close attention to your fueling and recovery nutrition
Functional eating represents a dramatic change from conventional eating plans.  Conventional plans are based on the body’s 24-hour nutritional needs.  What we now know is that the body’s needs change over the course of the day because metabolism changes.  Functional eating is a powerful tool to improve endurance performance.
By Jeff Galloway: Nutrition Edge

Saturday, October 22, 2011


This is the "Race for the Cure" shirt. However the new pinks are lighter and made of the "DRi-Fit" material. This is a sports tek fabric, very comfortable as well! Low inventory on all shirts. Select from what left below. Thank, gotta make it DRoP!

"DRoP IT" DRI-FIT Workout shirt

Friday, October 14, 2011


Gotta Gotta Gotta .....
Make it DROP!!!
Gotta Gotta Gotta make it DRoP!!!!

Sunday, October 9, 2011

PINK "DRoP IT" DRi-Fit's Back in Stock!

The pink dri-fit tee's are
back for a limited time.
"DRoP IT" while its PINK!