Here is the thing. Eat the right things at the right times, and you’ll run better. In fact, if you’re serious about reaching your full potential, you must properly fuel your body both before and after training. Your daily energy intake is by far the most crucial part of your nutrition plan no matter what your fitness goal is (improving performance, building muscle, losing weight, you name it). If you stick to a healthy, balanced diet, making sure you are getting ample nutrients and calories, you should be set on the right path. Otherwise, if you ignore your fuel needs, you’re going to be setting the stage for training setbacks. And you don’t want that. The ideal diet is a lot like a good training regime. The right nutrition plan will improve your performance and deliver great results in the same manner a well-rounded running program gradually improves your power and conditioning. That’s why, dear reader, today I’m going to share with you some of the basic runner's diet and guidelines to help you properly fuel for your training. So are you excited? Then here we go. How to Properly Fuel For Your Training - Basic Runners Diet Advice
Running burns mad calories. But, if you don’t back your miles with the right diet, you are DOOMED to FAIL. There is no way around it. As a result, today I decided to share with you a list of the bad foods that you should avoid like the plague if you are serious about losing weight and running your best. These foods offer little nutritional value and can actually cause real damage, therefore, you would rather not eat them at all.
If you’re serious about becoming the best runner you can be, then you’re in the right place. In today’s post, dear reader, I’m sharing with you more than 100 running tips to help make your workout routine a complete success. Follow these practical, simple, and proven strategies, and you’ll reach your full running potential in no-time. In fact, today’s post is the ultimate checklist for a stronger, fitter and injury-proof you, whether you’re a complete beginner, a recreational athlete, or a veteran runner. The 101 Best Running Tips and Hacks of All Time So, are you excited? Then here we go…
I started running for one main reason: To lose weight. And truth be told, running is s one of the best exercises you can do to lose weight and get in shape. But during the winter, you can pile on the pounds—especially if you let things spiral out of control. In fact, winter gain is not an urban myth. It’s real, and research has shown that most people gain about one to five pounds, sometimes more, during the winter season. Therefore, today I’m sharing with you some of my best tips and strategies that can help you avoid winter weight gain. But before I do that, let’s first take a quick look at the causes of winter’s extra pounds.
Whether you are a runner, a biker, a Crossfitter, or just a fitness enthusiast, the quality of food you consume has a huge impact on your fitness gains and results. And as you might already know, there are mainly two categories of foods: natural foods and processed foods. So what’s the difference between these two? Which one is better for you? Why? Which one (s) should you avoid? These are some of the questions I will give a clear and jargon-free answer to. In today’s post, I will dive a little deeper into what makes (and defines) natural foods versus processed foods as there some to still be many misunderstandings regarding this topic. So are you excited? Then here we go… What is the Difference Between Natural & Processed Foods?
Do you find yourself starving after a run? Does your stomach screams for substance following a hard workout? Are you experiencing runner’s hunger, aka “runger”, more than often? If so, then you are not alone. In fact, this is pretty common and happens more often than you think. The Runger Phenomenon Runger, which is the hunger induced by running (Running + Hunger), is very common and can be handled without much trouble. However, this little issue can become a real problem to be taken seriously, especially if you are serious about reaching your fitness goals, be it losing weight, building healthier eating habits, or improving running performance.
Low-carb nutrition plans have been controversial for decades—the keto diet is no exception. Some experts warn that going high-fat raises cholesterol levels and is actually harmful. While others, backed by sound research, completely disagree....