(Cinnamon chicken) Rule 2: Eat meat, poultry or eggs from free-range or grass-fed animalsBy eating lean meats, poultry and eggs, along with dairy products, runners can easily meet their increased protein needs and take in crucial minerals that can be hard
store eager to spend their hard-earned cash on products whose unsubstantiated claims fail to guarantee to boost, improve or increase anything, except the burgeoning profits of supplement companies? Perhaps to find the elusive key yet to be discovered
by skin breakouts on their face, hairline, upper back, chest, upper arms and buttocks. Sweat production combined with hair follicles or friction caused from rubbing clothes is a formula for acne. Increased temperature and humidity exacerbate the problem
on the Play Hard Pyramid.In short, people who play hard need to eat smarter than the average couch potato. Keep the Play Hard Pyramid in mind when making your food choices each day. It should serve as a general guide, regardless of your age, gender, weight
whole-grain, rather than refined-grain products keeps waistlines trim. Research suggests that refined-grain eaters have larger waistlines possibly related to a lower fibre intake and its impact on controlling body fat. Easy on the alcohol Studies show
, running apparel hit the shelves of a leading supermarket, as well as an effective injury treatment sourced from a flightless bird. Here, then, is a purely subjective list of our favourite running products of 2003.Shoe Of The Year… Reebok Premier Road – £55
”? (Wouldn’t you think being so good might allow them to upgrade to some cleaner signs and menus?)What a food seller chooses to call his product or how he chooses to advertise it has always been as much a matter of fiction and marketing as anything else
you should try Salclear Sport. In our testing programme I used prototypes of the products on specs and sunglasses whilst mountainbiking and running in all sorts of weather, and they proved perfect. I ran an ultra mountain race recently with the defog
Heart-rate monitors vary hugely in price and functionality. For less than £20 you can pick up an HRM that simply measures your pulse, while parting with £150+ will give you a monitor that will set training zones for you, tell you how many calories you’ve burned and allow you to d...
As summer draws to a close – well, if you could call it summer – your early morning and late evening runs will start to get cooler, so you’ll need some in-between kit to see you through to hats-and-gloves weather. These long-sleeved tees are light enough to wear on your last summ...
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