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What Should Runners Eat to Feed-the-Post-Run?

The Feed-the-Run blog post series features a recipe each Friday geared to athletes—this week we look at what athletes should eat post training run. Does is need to be protein heavy, or carbohydrate rich? 815 more words

Marathon Training

Will the Paleo Diet Feed-the-Run for Athletes?

“The Paleolithic diet consists mainly of fish, grass-fed pasture raised meats, eggs, vegetables, fruit, fungi, roots, and nuts, and excludes grains, legumes, dairy products, potatoes, refined salt, refined sugar, and processed oils.” … 1,006 more words

Training

Food

It comes simply to me but it seems that other runners don’t understand what foods are good to run on and what can cause an upset stomach. 332 more words

The closest thing to DNF I have ever known

Easter crafts are coming a bit early as the last week of term beckons. As last year, Scott really enjoyed egg painting so I can foresee more of this happening over the Easter break. 748 more words

Feed-the-Run: Pasta Alternative...Tasty Zucchini Noodles

The Feed-the-Run blog post series features a recipe each Friday geared to athletes—either a nutritious post-workout snack, a breakfast to fuel the day, a healthy meal for dinner or a recipe to satisfy a runner’s sweet tooth. 314 more words

Morsels And Meals

Hamstring Rest Day

So since I’m still trying to rest up whatever is going on with my hamstring, I ran a really slow 3 miles yesterday.  I mean slow with walk and stretch breaks frequently.   281 more words

Running

Friday's Feed-the-Run with Banana-Oatmeal Energy Bites

The Feed-the-Run blog post series features a recipe each Friday geared to athletes, either a nutritious post workout snack, a breakfast to fuel the day, a healthy meal for dinner or a recipe to satisfy a runner’s sweet tooth. 412 more words

Morsels And Meals