Plenty of athletes rely on caffeine to help power them through their busy schedules. Studies show that coffee can have positive health benefits, but there are caveats to just how much and how often you should hit that Starbucks.
When you are in heavy training, you need to pay extra attention to your fluid and sodium intake post-exercise in order to recover properly and prepare for your next workout.
For many endurance athletes, calories in do not equal calories out. If you have trouble losing weight despite heavy training and a restricted diet, the problem may be in what and when you’re eating and not how much.
While a restricted-carbohydrate diet can have training adaptation benefits, a periodized approach to carbohydrate intake allows you to fuel for the work required, optimizing both fat metabolism during training and your race-day performance.
Whatever race you’re about to take on— loading and refueling with carbohydrate is key for performance.
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.
Most endurance athletes have heard at one point or another the importance of replacing their glycogen stores after a workout. Here's what glycogen is, and its role in performance and recovery.
Now is the right time to shed some weight slowly and smartly so you can hit race season in peak condition.
Take into consideration the type of run you have ahead of you when planning your pre-workout nutrition.
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