Tag: Recovery

The Art of Caffeine Consumption and Cycling by Lawson Aschenbach

O caffeine, my caffeine. No matter the vessel—coffee, tea, or even chocolate—millions of people crave your energy boost. There is no shortage of potential benefits to caffeine, and I’ve personally experienced the following: Increased energy Better focus Improved athletic performance But I’ll let you in on a little secret. Did

The Mindset To Overcome by Lawson Aschenbach

Do you have a disease or a chronic issue that you are willing to do whatever it takes to overcome? Too often, the answer is wrong. In this world of western medicine, self-diagnosing, self-prescribing, and the availability of millions of supplements and pharmaceuticals, many people would rather take the easy

How To Sleep by Lawson Aschenbach: Part 1

“I’ll sleep when I die.” Say what? You’ll sleep when you die? How are you supposed to sleep when you die? I’ve never understood this statement.  Did you know that the first five hours of sleep, especially between 10 p.m. to 3 a.m., is the most beneficial time?  Your body

Life After Crohn’s: How Racer Lawson Aschenbach Relies on Personalized Lifestyle Medicine (Part 2)

Seven-time professional sports car racing champion Lawson Aschenbach relies on personalized lifestyle medicine to manage his Crohn’s disease and keep up with a busy racing schedule. We asked Lawson for tips and tricks he’s devised for maintaining a healthy routine in today’s hectic world. In our previous conversation, you shared

Racing Past Crohn’s: How Personalized Lifestyle Medicine Changed My Life

Mental clarity, fitness, and good health are vital in racing, so a debilitating illness can threaten a professional racecar driver’s career as well as his health. We sat down with seven-time professional sports car racing champion Lawson Aschenbach to learn how he used personalized lifestyle medicine to help manage his

How To Sleep: A Health And Wellness Blog by Lawson Aschenbach

Let’s set a scene. It’s 12:34 AM, and you’ve been lying in bed for about two hours, wide awake. You tell yourself to relax and go to sleep, but it doesn’t happen. Your mind is racing. “What is wrong with me?” you ask yourself. Oh no! You forgot to put