's lost 4.5kg over the last three to four months since starting a new job without changing his food intake or training. His ideal weight would be around 74 - 75kg. Rob's Profile | Rob's Training Schedule | Rob's Training ThreadAn Example Training Week
/a Rest Day 5 n/a Rest Day 6 n/a Rest Day 7 9am 50 minutes moderate-intensity running (hard during the last 10 minutes)Seven-day Food Diary Analysis Summary Nutrient Average daily intake (g/kg) Recommended amount per
When: March 27Where: SurreyFirst man: 1:20:46First woman: 1:37:42Last finisher: 4:03:00No. of finishers: 1,390Type of race: RoadRW rating 2011: 69%A school report of this race might read: 'Has potential but is falling short of its capabilities. Must try harder.'This event is one ...
-13 miles) Day 6 n/a Rest day (although shopping with wife can be intense and of long duration!) Day 7 7.30am 120 - 180 minutes of easy running getting progressively harder Seven-day Food Diary Analysis Summary Nutrient Average daily
going for longer. It's also great if you're trying to lose weight as it keeps you feeling full. Fruit and fibre In other words, fresh fruit and foods that are packed with fibre. A recent study in the International Journal of Sport Nutrition and Exercise
We all expect our waistbands to expand a little over the festive season – in fact, the average Briton eats more than 4,000 calories on Christmas Day alone.Flick through our slideshow to discover the healthiest seasonal nibbles - and how a standard portion should look. And if you’...
that suits a whole range of cooking methods, squashes are the perfect comfort food for chilly days and longer nights. Why? Squashes are high in carbs, but have a very low glycaemic load (GI) – making them the perfect slow-release fuel for endurance sport
long pit stop. But eating the same foods day in and day out – even healthy standbys like peanut butter or brown rice – isn't the best bet for your body. "Runners should try new foods for the flavour and the nutrients," says Monique Ryan, author
as your refrigerator. That’s right: the perfect mix of foods can boost your mood, strengthen your immune system and keep you energised no matter how miserable the weather.Beat the BluesThere’s something very wrong about going to work in the morning when
Forget energy bars, nutrient-enhanced drinks and other fortified foods. When it comes to fuel, ‘real’ foods, such as fruits, vegetables, whole grains and lean meats, are a far better option. Within the body, vitamins, minerals and other essential
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