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Summer Marathon Hydration Tips

  

Running 26.2 miles in the heat requires some extra hydration planning, and these simple tips will help you stay topped up all the way to the finish line.


4 Hydration Tips for Cold Weather Endurance Training

  

Chilly outside? You’ve still got to keep those fluid levels up. Here are four tips for keeping hydrated during those cold weather training sessions.


Best of the Best Part 5: The Top Nutrition and Recovery Articles of 2016

  

Dial in your wellness knowledge heading into 2017 with our top nutrition and recovery-related content over the past year.


Simple Tips to Avoid Illness During The Off Season

  

The cold and flu season is upon us, but these simple training, recovery and nutrition tips will keep your immune system humming all winter long.


Lessons Learned From a Poor Performance In Kona

  

Triathletes that qualify for the IRONMAN World Championships often place an extra level of expectation and stress on themselves in the lead up to race day and on the day itself. Learn from the mistakes of Andy Blow how to manage your preparation and tactics for the race.


The Best Recovery Practices for Endurance Athletes

  

Triathletes, runners, and cyclists all like to push their bodies to the limit. However, it is how well you recover that determines how much quality training you can do. Coach Lynda Wallenfels explains the best recovery practices that will help you stay healthy and training hard.


5 Common Mistakes When Training for a Half or Full Marathon

  

Training for a full or half marathon takes dedication and discipline, but listening to advice from those who have been through it before can help you avoid mistakes that will hold you back. Allie Burdick has been running for almost 20 years and has her list of top five mistakes to avoid as you prepare to reach your goals.


Preparing for a Hot Race While Training in the Cold

  

Triathletes racing late season races in hot climates face the challenge of acclimating to the conditions. Coach Lance Watson offers his tips and advice on how you can prepare for warm weather race no matter where you live.


The Dangers of Hyponatremia

  

Low sodium levels, known as Hyponatremia, is more common that many athletes realize. The effects range from a decrease performance to potentially fatal if left uncontrolled. Learn more from hydration expert Andy Blow about this condition and simple steps you can take to avoid it.


Does Coffee Really Dehydrate You?

  

Coffee has long been known to help boost performance in endurance sports. However, many athletes worry that coffee will actually dehydrate them and cause more harm than good. Andy Blow, founder of Precision Hydration, digs into the facts about what coffee does, and does not do.


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