UAN:249 Article type:RW+--You may know how to run, but what about the cocktail of spaghetti and sports drinks that puts the tiger in your tank? Here are some of the most frequently-asked questions about food – and how to use it to improve your runningQ: I know carbo-loading work...
), so often find I run quicker as I'm not carrying the weight!After runs >10miles, I also use SiS Rego to aid recovery. Again, I find this really does help and I am more able to put in another decent session the following day rather than needing a rest
that you could try is brisk walking up a hill. Hills provide a very good environment for high-intensity interval training, which involves short bursts of intense activity interspersed with recovery periods. High intensity exercise burns lots of calories, so
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...
to be long periods between meals."RecoveryYou will probably gain a little weight no matter how careful you are, and nutritionists say that's fine and perhaps even beneficial in the long run. "The combination of winter and the off-season represents a threat
- whether that's before training, during long races or in recovery - is crucial to racing success.The night before your run: prepareWhat to eat... pasta, rice, soup, wholegrain bread, vegetables...and why: The week before a race is a time to reduce your
for strong bones, which is great for your running, but animal milk, in particular, offers much more. Dairy food and drink supplies a runner’s hard-working muscles with an ample amount of protein to help speed recovery. But whey protein, the specific type
for ibuprofen....actually tho' I've got me own recovery stuff so I'm OK for the moment... Does it mention Birfday cake?? I used to be weally weally fat, but then i had slimfast and now i'm weally weally thin. slimfast is weally weally nice.then there was a
GETTY IMAGES1. WALK AND RUNRemember: miles are miles, as far as your belly's concerned. "Coming back from injury last year, I needed a plan to stop me piling on weight," says James Smith from Hemel Hempstead. "I stopped taking the bus and started walking to work and back instead....
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