the blood rapidly, and provide water, energy and electrolytes. It’s the incessant drumroll – drink more, drink still more – that rankles.In Noakes’s view, short-term dehydration isn’t an illness or health threat, but a condition of human existence. He
than the riders with the traditional sports drink,” he says. “And yet they performed just as well with fewer carbs. To me, that means something is going on with the protein that’s allowing them to use it as an energy source.”The verdict...As runners
compared to two other sports-specific recovery drinks," says Dr Emma Stevenson, Lecturer in Sport and Exercise Nutrition at Northumbria University.On three separate days, nine male cyclists did an energy-depleting exercise session, followed by four hours
FRS (Free Radical Scavenger) antioxidant energy drink, with quercetin as the primary ingredient, produced impressive results in an endurance bicycling study conducted at Pepperdine University. In a randomised, double-blind, crossover study published
.Inspiration | Nutrition | Injury Prevention | Gear | TrainingINSPIRATIONMake all the excuses you want. Then get on with it You don't have time; you don't have the energy; it's too cold/hot/rainy; the dog ate your shoelaces. Uh-huh. Now go out and run. Online running coach
, enjoyable (and effective) way to run. It’s worth a try, isn’t it? Amby Burfoot is Editor of Runner's World US.
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