GETTY IMAGES The "season of mellow fruitfulness" really lives up to its name, so make the most of Britain's autumnal bounty of seasonal fruit and vegetables. Gluts of autumn fruit and veg are packed with nutrients and right on your doorstep - which is great for the env...
GETTY IMAGESThere are many reasons to eat seasonal and local food, from the environmental benefits of reducing the miles your food has travelled, to the simple fact that it is often cheaper to buy local food. It could even have an impact on your running. Most runners understand t...
avoid the detrimental effects of the glycogen depletion stage. What should I eat and when? In general, you need around 5-7g of carbohydrate per kilogram of body weight or 60 per cent of your daily calorie intake from carbohydrates. This usually works
Yoga for Runners blog, Bikram Yoga is a demanding (but highly rewarding!) series of 26 postures and breathing exercises practised in a heated room. Practising Bikram Yoga can help with injuries and weight loss, reduces blood pressure, improves posture
means I've piled on the weight and am embarrassingly unfit. I'm hoping that the Hyde Park race will be the impetus for me to kickstart my fitness routine and ditch the extra stone I'm carrying. If nothing else, I've seen how competitive James is, and he
.71 seconds) - the third-fastest 100m time in history - and thus nevertheless achieved a different aim: a sub-9.75 time (performance goal).If you're working towards long-term change (for example, weight loss), set yourself intermediate goals along the way
. Urban says, 'After dragging along in the last run of the day to make up the miles, I found it quite hard to sleep. My last run would be as late as 9 or 10pm sometimes and then I'd be hyper for hours.'Lack of appetite or weight loss You're training harder
of dietary fibre, which is essential for the health of important digestive bacteria. It also helps you feel more full for longer, so it's great if you're trying to lose weight. Cook: As well as being perfect snacking material, pears are a bright addition
.thethirdspace.com). Before you get going, remember to enter all your information so you get the most accurate results. The treadmill's pre-set stats aren't ‘neutral' – they assume a certain weight, gender, fat level and other information which could throw your results out
. For every kilogram of weight loss, you'll need to drink approximately one litre of fluid.Food For ThoughtEating for recovery is a long-term strategy, stretching from the first hour after a training session right through your rest days. The first hour
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