's easy to lose track of your water intake and if you're in a hot climate you'll be sweating even when you're doing nothing. Stay hydrated, and conserve your energy and glycogen stores by drinking fluids that contain electrolytes and natural sugars
One of the great joys of triathlon is that it gives you the perfect excuse to travel all over the world to take part in races. But if you don't make plans and take precautions you can easily fall victim to sickness or injury and all your hard work will have been in vain. Think ab...
protein into energy."Chill OutFinally, enjoy yourself! Barbeques are usually parties after all. If you're hosting, remember quality, not quantity will keep you healthy. And keep it simple - you can't go wrong with simple marinades, good quality meat
simple healthy adjustments to your diet, you can reduce your risk of developing cancer. These are the foods you should be sure to have in your cupboard and fridge.1. AvocadoReplace mayonnaise with a spread of ripe avocado to moisten dry sandwiches
they are working well, they allow us to love every step, so it’s a priority for all runners to keep them healthy. Feet and ankles are built tough, capable of sustaining two or three times our bodyweight. But when they are abused (overworked, overtrained
chances of staying healthy and happy – in running and in all other aspects of your busy life. Here are 11 strategies to help you on the way.Strike a balance between...Shorter & longerIf you always tend to run the same loop of the same distance, it’s time
Painful, paralysing and PB-unfriendly, cramps can strike at any time. "There's no one definitive cause," saysDr Steve Ingham, head of physiology at the English Institute of Sport (eis2win.co.uk). Research in the Muscle & Nerve Journal shows that genetics might be one factor, ye...
Runners know how to rank their body parts. Most vulnerable? It has to be the knees. Most tortured? Feet. Most powerful? When it comes to speed, endurance and holding the strength that gets us uphill, downhill and everywhere in between, most of us would find it hard to credit any...
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