Staying slim doesn’t have to mean a diet of lettuce. In fact, if you’re running and looking to stay trim, it’s essential you get the building blocks to rebuild your metabolism-boosting lean muscle. The main ingredient, protein, is packed into meat. The trick is to get maximum mus...
-loaded sports recovery drinks.It helps you hydrate faster than water and is perfect straight from the fridge after a run.ZICO, the newest brand on the UK market, comes in a durable (and recyclable) plastic bottle with a screw cap, making it ideal for sport
integrate repetition/interval work into your training, or even better, a mix of tempo and interval work. For example, 10 minutes tempo, then five-six x 800 at half PB speed, followed by a short recovery. Finish with another block of tempo work. You should
impact recovery and health. There is no harm in taking in a few sugars, treating yourself to confectionary or the odd cake in this scenario, it will simply aid refueling.Ideally however, you should aim for 80 per cent of your calories to be from 'healthy
ruin your race - master our five stretches to keep on running.Join The ChatNeed advice? Fancy meeting up with fellow RW members at the start? Pop on to the GNR thread for a healthy dose of pre-race banter. RecoveryEase any aches and restore tired
. As an athlete you do everything you can to help heal a bit faster and every percentage towards recovery counts.I do worry that injuries over the last couple of years will have hampered my chances in London 2012. A lot of girls that picked up injuries similar
+ exercise).Eating to win: How to fuel your training, racing and recoveryStart with a breakfast full of slow-release energy, says sports nutritionist Dr Sarah Schenker (sarahschenker.co.uk). “Have porridge with a chopped apple or dried apricots, plus apple
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