regular basis. You play hard, so you need more calories, more protein, and more nutrients than the average sedentary person. To know how much and what types of food you should eat, you need a different plan. Thats why I designed the Play Hard Pyramid
Cranking up the intensity is the best way to take your running to the next level. It’s also an effective way to burn extra calories and shed body fat. A 68kg runner who picks up the pace from eight and a half minutes per mile to seven minutes per mile, for example, burns about 1...
before the race so that you can get it right on the day." Mick Woods, GB athlete coachRun off-road pyramids "Beating your PB requires pure leg speed as well as endurance. You use more muscles running off-road, which teaches your body how to deal
When it comes to food, we usually end up following the USA’s lead even if the trends that make it across the Atlantic aren’t that healthy. Just think McDonalds, Krispy Kreme doughnuts or get-thin-quick diets such as Atkins and South Beach
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