)Sports nutrition veterans SIS launched REGO in 1995, and it has been a recovery staple ever since. With an extra shot of anti-oxidant vitamins to repair muscles, REGO combines a special mix of complex carbohydrates, fructose and protein to aid quick recovery from
We all know that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but it can be tricky to squeeze a nutritional meal into the hectic period between waking up and going to work. These 10 top breakfasts are tasty, simple and designed with runners
GETTY IMAGESThere are many reasons to eat seasonal and local food, from the environmental benefits of reducing the miles your food has travelled, to the simple fact that it is often cheaper to buy local food. It could even have an impact on your running. Most runners understand t...
temperature will drop after a run. The colder you are, the harder it is for blood to get to your muscles.Take A DipBoth ice baths and a relaxing hot tub can have recovery benefits. A quick cold dip immediately after your run will improve your circulation
, which release energy more slowly, are perfect nutrition in between sessions. Fibre is also a vital ingredient in a runner's diet. Soluble fibre is found in beans, oats, rye and fruit and slows the digestion of carbohydrate, producing a slower rise
known, is a persistent, unexplained dip in performance that continues even after you've had what you think is sufficient rest. The term 'overtraining' is, in truth, a little misleading - it's actually ineffective recovery and outside stresses that make
more vitamin C than carrots and four times more than spinach. Cook: Kale is versatile and easy to cook, making it the perfect ingredient when you're whipping up a post-run recovery meal. Sold in ready-prepared packs, it can be boiled, stir fried
most meat, but luckily it's so rich in taste and texture that a little goes a very long way. Why? Venison is an excellent protein source, perfect for recovery meals. It's also much lower in fat than other red meats such as beef. You'll also benefit from
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