better with the chocolate milk drink recovery on my return. Although this is also designed as a fuelling meal replacement, it made an equally effective recovery drink and tasted like a real chocolate milkshake with only a fraction of the fat.
to the amount of fluid you need to replace. For example 0.5kg of weight loss = 500mls. As a guide, drinking around 150ml every 15-20 min should keep you topped up. Be careful not to over-drink.When you exercise your body loses electrolytes through your sweat
portions of breads, potatoes, pasta, rice, energy bars and cereals. It can be hard to achieve such high carb intakes from food alone and it is useful to consume drinks containing carbohydrates to further increase your intake. In recent years, dietary
When: Sunday 17 MarchWhere: Shifnal, ShropshireWhy: Enjoy the best of the spring in the countryside on this rural race and ramble across farm and historic parkland. An undulating race profile with hot food and drinks available. Check out more spring races
Trailblazer the ultimate family day out. The event has staggered starts so you and your partner can run separately if you have children to look after. Family entry also includes kids’ goodies – snacks, a small drink and some crayons2013 dates and venuesMay 18
performance.Hydration is important for a lot of reasons, including fighting off infection. Start to pay more attention to increasing the amount of water you are drinking in the lead up to the race. NutritionBy now you should have worked out what works for you
, as is your oily fish (oily fish also has vitamins D in it).Recovery foods post-run can be a bowl of cereal and milk - it's perfect as a recovery food. It has the protein & carbs. Drink water for fluid replacement as salt from food will help with the fluid
realised I could do it. And once I’d finished, in 5:12, I realised anyone can do it, if they set their mind to it.When I did the Great North Run 18 years ago, I had a curry and a few drinks the night before. And I did it in 1:50. These days, I may be slower
miles, but took my inhaler and tried to control my breathing. Like most runners with asthma, I tried to ignore it until I just couldn’t breathe. Then I stopped, took my inhaler, did some breathing exercises, had a drink and tried to get moving by walk
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