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
Drop a dress size. Double your energy. Two weeks to a better body. Or bad breath and gallons of cabbage soup… diets tend to promise one thing and deliver another. With new programmes being introduced all the time, sometimes it's difficult to sort the desirable from the disastrous...
nutritious foods, including nuts, berries, green vegetables and lean-protein foods. "These types of foods should form the cornerstone of a runner's diet," says RW nutrition editor Anita Bean. "They provide all the vitamins and antioxidants you need to combat
of triathlon.Whether you’re tackling your first triathlon or returning to racing this summer, you’ll find the newsletters packed with training tips, gear and gadget suggestions and nutrition advice.To ensure you’ve covered the basics, we’ve linked
bike so I had to resort to nutrition on the course and developed stomach problems - so my main goal is to finish. Top 10 would be a dream. Everyone will be so close though, and even top 20 would be great.TW: What will you eat and drink during the race
the race you should back off.How do you approach race nutrition? I practise in training. There’s a big over- reliance on sports nutrition as a shortcut to a faster time. Sometimes I go hungry and occasionally become dehydrated so I now know how it feels
the pull is so great that a spur of bone forms under the heel. "Tight calves or hamstrings, overpronation and poor nutrition particularly a lack of vitamin C and omega-3 oils, which are important in ligament integrity may also contribute," he adds
with a sneaky hill up Palani Road. These guys might ride super-light aerodynamic carbon bikes, but most of them were loaded with litres of water and nutrition, forcing people out of the saddle as they powered uphill.It wasn't long before the USA's Chris
A camel can survive for up to two weeks without a drink in desert conditions. When they do have a chance to drink, they can devour as much as 200 litres of water a day and a third of their body weight inside 10 minutes. Unlike humans, though, camels don't pant, they perspire very...
burns about 100 per cent more calories than usual when it's trying to repair an injury. "It's important that you feed your body what it needs to mend," says Dr Liz Applegate, author of Nutrition Basics for Better Performance. She recommends boosting
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