-have mineralsThe two minerals that women runners need to pay the most attention to are calcium and iron. “You will need to up your iron levels, as menstruating women – and, in fact, athletes in general – can be prone to iron deficiency,” says nutritionist Shona
Runners know that the miles they log on the road, trail and treadmill are great for keeping them fit, and that running is an amazing weight-control tool. However, losing the weight in the first place is a different story. Runners often think they can eat whatever they want and st...
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with naturally occurring nitrates. Taken for three days before an event, the gels up the efficiency of your oxygen-delivery systems, boosting your endurance. So much so, you had plenty of energy left to cast your votes for thisBEST WOMEN’S APPARELNIKEThe Swoosh
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