Even though I’ve been reading up on hyponatremia for almost 20 years, I was surprised last April by The New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM). Five days before the Boston Marathon, it published research showing 13 per cent of the 2002 field might have suffered hyponatremia, a da...
independent study, in the Journal of the American College of Nutrition, to show that dark chocolate allows the arteries to expand and carry more blood. RW magazine subscribers can see the article in full here. If you'd like to to subscribe and see them all
independent study, in the Journal of the American College of Nutrition, to show that dark chocolate allows the arteries to expand and carry more blood. The benefit is thought to be due to the chocolate’s flavonols – plant micronutrients, also found in tea
There’s no hotter issue in sports nutrition right now than the carbs versus carbs-plus-protein controversy. The battle pits scientist against scientist, small companies against behemoths, and new research against long-held beliefs. At one crucial
on hydration in the UK, agrees with Valtin. You hear this advice from magazines, but where is it actually coming from? Not the Department of Health. Tim Lawson, director of Science In Sport, a sports nutrition company, believes that the eight glasses rule
in the August 2006 issue of the International Journal of Sport Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism, experienced cyclists performed 3.1 per cent better in a 30K time trial after six weeks of FRS supplementation than after a placebo drink. That's not the only
again, I'd do speed drills and plyometrics to try to develop more raw speed." The way Scott looks at it, the tracks, the racing spikes, the workouts and the nutritional advances have gone about as far as they can. "Training shoes keep getting better
.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
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